No. In the early 90s, some health studies indicated carbonation might be unhealthy for bones and teeth, but subsequent research showed the sugar, phosphoric acid and caffeine in many sodas to be the culprit of poor bone and teeth health.
It’s not the carbonation in drinks that makes them unhealthy but the sugar that often comes with it. Because juice is better for you than soda, try mixing it with some tonic water for that carbonated taste.
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