Is sparkling water making you bloated?

You'd think a glass of Perrier would be pretty safe as far as digestion goes—I mean, mineral water is about as close to regular H2O as you can get.

But according to Go With Your Gut author and nutritional eating coach Robyn Youkilis, it can be a sneaky cause of bloat. "Anything carbonated can do it," she says.

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Fortunately, you don't have to sacrifice fizzy drinks for good if you want to live a bloat-free life. (Your LaCroix stash is safe!) Youkilis is pretty passionate about belly issues, so she knows exactly how to avoid that balloon feeling brought on by sparkling bevs.

Here, she breaks down the differences between sparkling water, mineral water, club soda, and kombucha. Warning: She very well might burst your health-minded bubble.

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To be clear, none of this means sparkling drinks are bad for you. In fact, Youkilis is all for them. "They're a great choice, especially for people who are trying to cut out soda or sweet treats," she says. "And the good news about all of this is that your body will tell you if sparkling water is making you bloated. If you drink it regularly and then cut it out, you'll notice a difference if it's affecting your gut."

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Youkilis says people with IBS or Crohn's disease are a bit more susceptible to digestive probs, so they should pay extra close attention. But, really, it all comes down to listening to your body. So if you down cans of Spindrift on the reg and feel awesome, sip away!

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Just like sparkling water, not all kombucha is created the same either. Here's how to know if you're sipping on a good one. Even if you consider yourself a healthy person, you could be sabotaging your diet without even knowing it.

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