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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 16




Seltzer vs Mineral vs Soda , & Gerolsteiner

Posted By: Dudley (0+,Secretor)
Date: Sunday, 27 May 2001, at 1:50 p.m.

In Response To: Seltzer Water for Os (DUDLEY)

Thanks for all the great responses.
Now that we have that settled,
I had thought:

seltzer water is carbonated water of
any kind, but with no added salt.

Soda water is like the above,
but with added salt. Soda water is
not seltzer water.

Mineral water is water a spring with no added
salt-- but one of the minerals in the mineral
water may be the natural salt of the spring water.
Mineral water comes flat or carbonated, so that
carbonated mineral water is seltzer water made
from spring water.

Personally, I do not care for Gerolsteiner due
to the high natual salt content, which I can taste.
Also the PH of Gerolseiner is very high (put a PH
strip in it, and you will see) and I am not sure
that a steady diet of G. would necessarily be
a good thing for An O who needs his stomach acids.

By the way, Whole Foods has a tasty Italian
carbonated Mineral water which comes from Italy
in green glass bottles, and it is cheap.

-- DUDLEY


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