Don’t Drink Morning OJ Alone

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Eat something with your morning juice to prevent tooth enamel erosion.

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While most doctors advise eating plenty of fresh fruit, dentists have other motives. The acids in citrus fruit (oranges, grapefruit, lemons, limes, etc.) wear down enamel, leaving teeth susceptible to cavities and other tooth troubles. If you’re dedicated to OJ in the morning, make sure to drink it with food, so there is a buffer between teeth and citric acid. READ MORE...

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