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Is Spa red healthy?

  1. Spa red, also called Spa Barisart, is mineral water with carbonic acid. Carbon dioxide is known to be bad for your teeth and the digestive tract, but is this really the case? And is Spa red healthier or Spa blue? In addition, where does the Spa mineral water actually come from? Finally, what is the difference between mineral and tap water and how much do they make a difference in price?

What is Spa red?

  1. Spa red, or rather Spa Barisart, is a carbonated drink from the Spa brand. It is available in different sizes.

Is Spa red healthy?

  1. Carbon dioxide in Spa red Spa red contains carbon dioxide and carbon dioxide is known to be bad for the teeth and digestive tract, but is it really? Carbonic acid is a weak acid, or it is bad for your teeth is therefore negligible. Soda is bad for your teeth, this is not due to carbon dioxide, but to other acids such as lemon, apple and phosphoric acid. In addition, soft drinks contain a lot of sugar. Bacteria convert the sugar into acid, which then attacks your teeth.

The Spa water

  1. The Spa water comes from the High Fens in Belgium. Here it is extracted up to 50 meters underground. The water has already traveled a journey of 3 to 5 years until it is used as drinking water. In this journey, it encounters few elements that can resolve. The Spa water therefore has few mineral salts. This is a good sign because one often gets too much of salt, and in particular sodium - part of salt. With only 47 mg of dry residue (total mineral salt content), Spa red is very slightly mineral-containing water. Just for comparison, 1000 mg dry residue per liter is regarded as an average mineral water.

Spa red vs Spa blue

  1. Spa red Calcium Magnesium Sodium Potassium Chloride Sulphate Nitrate Hydrogen carbonate Silicon dioxide Dry residue mg / l 5.5 1.9 5 0.5 4.5 7.5 1.5 18 10 47

Spa blue

  1. Calcium Magnesium Sodium Potassium Chloride Sulphate Nitrate Hydrogen carbonate Silicon dioxide Dry residue mg / l 4.5 1.7 3 0.5 5 4 1.5 15 7 33

Mineral water vs tap water

  1. What is the difference between mineral water and tap water?

Price of Spa red against tap water

  1. 1 liter of Spa blue: 59 cents 1 liter Spa red: 0.62 cents (supermarket) 1 liter tap water: 0.0015 (tap water) Even though you can see the mineral water and tap water as two completely different products, they still have the same function, namely moisturizing. One is no better at this than the other. However, the price is very different. Tap water is considerably cheaper in the above situations.

Conclusion

  1. Spa red mineral water is healthy because it contains few heavy metals. Yet more substances are being tested with tap water, so it cannot be said that mineral water is healthier than tap water. You also get the extra minerals in Spa red through the food. In addition, tap water is much cheaper and you don't have to buy water bottles that only pollute the environment. However, if you want to drink carbonated water, Spa red is a good solution.



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