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Be it fashion or fitness, Bollywood stars never back down from experimenting with the latest trend. From Pilates to the Keto diet, one cannot miss giving credit to the celebrities for popularising these fitness trends. Black alkaline water is just another addition to the long list of fancy trends, which have left fans in frenzy. Malika Arora, Shruti Hasana, Urvashi Rautela and even the Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli sip on black water regularly, to reap its amazing health benefits. Let’s find out what exactly black alkaline water is and why stars are going gaga over it.
Water is the basic necessity of life. Our body is made up of 60 per cent water, which is why it is important to drink a sufficient amount of fluids in a day to keep the internal system in a working state. Water helps to flush out toxins from the body, maintain the core temperature, transport minerals to different organs and assist in digesting the food we consume. In addition to all these, black water provides you with some extra health benefits.
Switching to black water is said to have several health benefits. The only seller of black alkaline water in India claims that plain water lacks several essential minerals, which are crucial for the body. Plain RO water has a low pH value, is acidic, corrosive and bitter. This is hard for the body to absorb. Alkaline water is nothing like plain water. It is more nutrient-rich and beneficial for all those suffering from high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol. Some health benefits of alkaline water include:

Hydration: As the water molecules in the alkaline drink are smaller, they are more readily absorbed by your cells and are extra hydrating than plain water. It helps contract the muscles in a better way, lubricate the joints and improve the functioning of the kidneys.
Reduce acidity: Taking alkaline water also helps to reduce the acidity and balance the pH level of the body. It helps to neutralise the excess acid produced by the organs.
Boosts immunity: Alkaline water works wonders for our digestive health and helps absorb the nutrients from the food we eat. This improves immune health and reduces the risk of falling sick.
Boosts metabolism: When your digestive system works fine, your metabolism also improves. This helps you burn more calories and keeps you active throughout the day.
Anti-ageing properties: Rich in antioxidants and minerals, the alkaline drink is believed to reduce the free radicals in your body. This eventually can slow down the ageing process and improve the quality of your skin and hair.
The pH level of any food or drink helps to determine how acidic or alkaline it is. On a scale of 0 to 14, normal drinking water has a pH between 6 to 7, which is considered neutral. But the pH of an alkaline drink is generally above 7. This means that they are more alkaline than plain water.

The higher pH of water can either be naturally occurring or can be achieved through ionizing it.
Moreover, black water is enriched with more than 70 minerals, which is said to have long term health benefits.
Sipping on black alkaline water is the latest trend among fitness enthusiasts. However, experts are still unsure about its health benefits and long term usage.

As per many researchers, there isn’t enough research carried out on it to support the many health claims made by sellers. Only a few studies suggest alkaline water might be helpful for certain conditions. The opinion of the experts on the field is still divided on the consumption of this kind of water.
Due to the lack of many pieces of evidence, it is hard to state if alkaline water is safe to consume or not. However, some people may experience negative side effects after consuming it. Excess of alkalinity in the body may lead to the following health issues:

Gastrointestinal problem
Skin irritations
Muscle twitching
Tingling in the extremities or face
Drinking plain water is the best way to hydrate yourself. If you are planning to try black alkaline water, we would recommend you to consult your nutritionist or physician.
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