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Sparkling Natural Mineral Water – refreshing, revitalising & so good for you ðŸ’™

June 8, 2016

Last Summer I tried pretty much every drink available to cool down. It was extremely humid in Antalya and eating took second priority, liquids were definitely our best friend!

Juices are far too sweet, iced coffee is nice but to a limit, iced tea was a nice choice for a while, then I found a super refreshing drink at my local Starbucks made with lime juice which was so scrumptious but they ran out! Yes, a nationwide shortage of my favourite lime drink at Starbucks!

  

Then the other day I was out with my dear mother and the waiter recommened ‘Sparkling Mineral Water with freshly squeezed lemon juice & lots of ice,’ and after one sip I was sold! Such a refreshing, cooling drink. 

The waiter continued to tell us about the benefits of mineral water. Not just sparkling water however, it has to be Mineral Water.

So I looked into this later that day and ge was correct. Sparkling mineral water such as Perrier or San Pellegrino is water that contains naturally occurring carbonation and minerals, and because it’s bottled directly from a natural source, it tends to be pricier and has a more delicate effervescence than other carbonated waters. Carbonated waters which are not ‘mineral waters’ tend to be cheaper because they are artificially produced by passing pressurized carbon dioxide through water.

So what are the benefits of drinking sparkling mineral water? Here are a few I found online-

– The magnesium found in carbonated mineral water helps to regulate your blood pressure.

– It contains essential minerals such as iron, calcium and magnesium.

– Mineral water is also a great source of sulfates which help promote digestion.

A beauty tip from my mother, who has amazing skin, for you all. Pour sparkling mineral water into an ice cube tray. Freeze overnight and in the morning rub a cube all over your face and neck. It will reduce pores, refresh skin and brighten your complexion. 😃😘

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