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June 2016 Issue

Safety of Carbonated Water; Moringa Health Bonus

The tingle on your tongue and the slight “bite” you feel when sipping a carbonated beverage is not only fun, it can enhance the perception of flavor (because bubbles lift aromatic molecules to the nose). This bubbly taste from carbonation is simply a solution of carbon dioxide gas suspended in water under high pressure.

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