Nutrition & Gastronomy



Nutritional information and calories in non-dairy drinks

Know the nutritional properties of a large group of beverages, excluding dairy drinks (see Milk and eggs). Calculate how many calories are contained in each drink, as well as the nature of these calories. Juices, alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, nectars, milk substitutes, infusions, among other


Sparkling water

Soda water contains carbonic acid that produces its characteristics bubbles. In addition to several mineral micronutrients also contains traces of fat (with a residual presence and zero calories). The consumption of carbonated water is quite widespread in the countries of central Europe, although in the case of Spain, barely represents 10% of the bottled water that is marketed.

Agua con gas