Yes San Pellegrino doesn't meet the criteria for being high in Silica. My husband also tested San Pellegrino as it is my favorite sparkling water and it has aluminum.McGido wrote:I'm sad that I don't see San Pellegrino in there!! Will have to start stocking up on Gerolsteiner
Jafa wrote:Thanks Laurie, I drink ‘Water in a box’ which has 93.4 mg of silica per litre. Ten litres for $10. This is in New Zealand. Is this one okay?
Nikki2019 wrote:Also- Do you drink coffee from a tin travel mug? I have been wondering if that is a bad idea due to metals seeping into my coffee?
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