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Raymon
Sunday, February 23, 2014, 11:40pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hello,

I have a question concerning the three water-types on D'Adamo's Website:

There are "Seltzer Water" (beneficial), "Soda / Carbonated Water" (avoid), and "Soda / Club"(beneficial), but what are the differences? I couldn't find a proper german translation or the exact difference between them (when i look for it in the internet i find a lot of sources saying that they're the same)? The description of Seltzer water just says "carbonaed water" but "soda / carbonated water" is an avoid; so what exactly does soda mean? On the other side "Soda / Club" is a beneficial so I'm really confused

I hope someone can explain this to me since I would be happy to add another beneficial product to my diet

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one is the water
the other are the soft drinks with sweetener

this has already been discussed


http://www.bing.com/search?cp=.....q1=site%3Adadamo.com


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Thank you, Lola

So I think I almost got it now: Seltzer water is just Water with added CO2 while "Soda / Carbonated" is referring to Cola, Fanta, and the likes. Is that right? Soda / Club is basically Seltzer water with added sodium bicarbonate. He's mentioning that "soda water is combined with sweeteners and various flavorings to produce a wide variety of SOFT DRINKS", but I assume these sweeteners aren't allowed, right (I'm not gonna use them anyways, just want to be sure)?

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Club soda is also known as seltzer water, and how exactly it's labeled on a container probably depends on the manufacturer. Carbonated soda is another name for cola, soft drinks, or what many of us americans call "pop". It is not good for any blood types or secretors and many contain other ingredients that are harmful.

I believe there are some soft drink companies that are trying to improve their products by replacing high fructose corn syrup with cane syrup which is more digestible. If you look hard enough, you may find a "natural" soft drink that you like. But just make sure you avoid artificial sweeteners such as aspartame or sucralose as they are even more harmful than regularly sweetened soft drinks.


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raymond,

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How far is Zurich from Bern?


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Around 100Km, Switzerland isn't that big^^ Do you know Bern?
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Hiya, I asked a similar question a while back here:

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1376214946/s-2/#num2

hope that helps!
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Club soda is also known as seltzer water, and how exactly it's labeled on a container probably depends on the manufacturer. Carbonated soda is another name for cola, soft drinks, or what many of us americans call "pop". It is not good for any blood types or secretors and many contain other ingredients that are harmful.

I believe there are some soft drink companies that are trying to improve their products by replacing high fructose corn syrup with cane syrup which is more digestible. If you look hard enough, you may find a "natural" soft drink that you like. But just make sure you avoid artificial sweeteners such as aspartame or sucralose as they are even more harmful than regularly sweetened soft drinks.


"Pop" seems to be a term dependent on region or area.  In our state, if you went "Up North" or the country, Pop was a more common term.  But once I moved to a bigger city I never heard anyone call it Pop.  Just soda.  Down in Alabama and Georgia they call any kind of soda, "Coke".  


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