The answer may surprise you.
The beverage is known to contain an extremely high amount of carbonated water, which is thought to cause the toxic effects that some scientists believe are associated with drinking distilled waters.
“This is something that’s been studied, and it has been linked to various health effects, so it’s a bit of a controversial topic,” said Dr. Michael Trenberth, a professor of environmental health at the University of New South Wales in Sydney.
“And so it really depends on what you’re drinking, what you consider to be a safe level of carbonation and how much carbonation you’re willing to tolerate.”
If you drink very little carbonation, then carbonation might not be an issue at all, but if you have a lot of carbonations and you are sensitive to carbonation then it might be.
“Dr. Trenberg says it’s unlikely that carbonation alone would be responsible for the toxic effect of drinking distilled drinking water.”
You would have to consider all the other potential pathways of exposure, including other contaminants, including chemicals, from the water itself, from any of the other compounds in the water, including microorganisms,” he said.”
So that’s the next question.
“Drinking distilled water for more than 10 minutes, or even just drinking water for a few hours, may cause an acute inflammatory response, which can lead to a range of other health problems, including: