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|WebMD has great tips for low calorie cocktails:In place of club soda (which contains sodium) or tonic water (which contains quinine, sugar or artificial sweeteners), mix your cocktail with sodium and sugar free Syfo Original Seltzer. Our Syfo Original and all our Naturally Flavored Sparkling Waters make terrific “mocktails” (non-alcoholic, zero-calorie beverages).
We’re betting our SyfoNatics will use their imagination and creativity to create the perfect, “pureiffic” drink. Whether it be a “shot of your favorite” with orange juice, cranberry juice, grapefruit juice, lemonade or limeade, we have you covered. Just add a combination of our Naturally Flavored Sparkling Waters and you have the most refreshing, delicious cocktail or mocktail.
|This from: Industrial Safety & Hygiene News, July 2009:Water is the single largest component of the human body, accounting for about 50 to 60 percent of body mass. Water replenishment is important to everyone and is an underestimated performance enhancer. This article makes it readily apparent that any level of dehydration is not conducive to optimal physical or mental functioning.
You can find the full article here.
|You can be assured that there is absolutely no phosphorus or phosphoric acid, citric acid, tartaric, acid or malic acid in any Syfo Carbonated Beverage.Phosphoric acid is deliberately added in some carbonated soft drinks to give them a sharper flavor and keep the bubbles from going flat. It also slows the growth of molds and bacteria, which would otherwise multiply rapidly in the sugary solution.Many studies have been done linking the phosphoric acid in sodas to osteoporosis. The phosphorus in the acid upsets the body’s calcium-phosphorus ratio and dissolves calcium out of the bones. Eventually the phosphoric acid is secreted taking with it the released calcium. This can eventually result in the weakening of the skeletal structure, which can make one susceptible to broken bones. Phosphoric acid is also known to neutralize the hydrochloric acid in our stomachs. Hydrochloric acid is essential in the digestion of our food and the utilization of nutrients.
In some recent newscasts, healthy carbonated beverages including seltzers and flavored sparkling waters such as SYFO, which contain absolutely no harmful additives, have been lumped into the same category as soft drinks.
To make our beverages the most effervescent and bubbly on the market today, we inject our highly purified water with naturally occurring carbon dioxide gas which creates the carbonation.
In order to make our products, the purest and most refreshing seltzer and sparkling waters, we forgo the use of any additives including sugars, artificial sweeteners, flavors and colors and chemical ingredients or preservatives. Our flavorings are derived from the oil selectively extracted from the peel of fruits and are PG (propylene glycol) free. For additional information on phosphoric acid and it’s health implications click here.
|Here’s a great article from AOL Health that offers up some alternatives to sugar-laden soft drinks. While it’s common knowledge that sodas are bad, many of the so-called healthier options may not be all that healthy either. Note that the article recommends water and seltzer as two of the best alternatives.|
A BODY’S BACTERIAL MIX COULD BE A KEY TO HEALTH
Several years ago researchers discovered that blood type played a significant role in how the body adapted to certain conditions, especially diet. New research indicates that the same now may be true for the kind of bacteria you have in your body.
It seems that different classifications of people have different kinds of bacterial microbes in their bodies. The patterns could have an effect on how you digest foods, absorb vitamins or even how you’re treated for certain kinds of disorders.
To read more on this discovery, check out this New York Times article.