Consuming carbonated beverages
is associated with a higher incidence of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCAs) of cardiac origin, according to a study presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in September 2015.
Prof Saku added: "The acid in carbonated beverages
might play an important role in the association.
Scope : HCCBPL will invest Rs 600 crore in setting up a facility that will make carbonated beverages
, juice and fruits-based drinks.
com)-- An innovative new product designed to prevent a common annoyance related to the enjoyment of carbonated beverages
, the Fizzy Soda Saver, has been developed by Michael Blankenship of Santa Fe, Texas.
But what a lot of people seem to forget is carbonated beverages
still hold enormous market share--one out of two consumers is still purchasing a carbonated beverage
--and that's not going away anytime soon.
With this in mind, scientists at the University of Illinois measured brix, viscosity, water activity, carbonation, titratable acidity and the pH of 14 commercial carbonated beverages
Some studies over the years have linked carbonated beverages
with bone loss, but now researchers from Tufts University say cola, but not other sodas, may be associated with lower bone mineral density (BMD) in older women.
A gourmet-centric discussion contemplating the proliferation of beers, teas, coffees, wines, spirits, and the relatively recent invention of carbonated beverages
, and their involvement in everything from wars to the slave trade, colonization, and the rise and fall of empires, A History of the World in especially engaging for lay readers but also deserves the attention of scholars for its esoteric and unique perspective.
The report mentions several segments with growth potential, namely domestic mineral water products, imported mineral water products, transparent carbonated beverages
, vegetable juices, health drinks and Japanese tea.
If suffering from nighttime reflux, "I would definitely avoid carbonated beverages
in the evening [and] not have benzodiazepines as sleeping pills," Fass says.
If you suffer from any condition where bloating occurs, such as irritable bowel disease, indigestion, heartburn or lactose intolerance, carbonated beverages
can worsen your symptoms, says Byron Cryer, M.
are the staff of life in the United States.