Sparkling Mineral Water

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  1. Staffdieter

    Staffdieter Full Member

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    My weight loss has slowed recently, and it occurred to me that I have been drinking sparkling mineral water (ice - no lemon), could this be a reason?
     
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    i shouldnt think so, but im no expert. as long as it it calorie less and has no citric acid
     
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    Shouldn't cause any issues I drink sparkling most of the time with no effects here's a LINK to the allowable fluids on SS
     
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    No, sparkling water is just flat water with gas added...and gas contains no calories, carbs etc....:p

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