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Foods You Didn't Know Were Bad For Your Teeth


Me: I really like your smile

The girl I’ve had a crush on since the third grade: Aww! Really! *shining eyes with a broad smile*

Me: Yellow is my favorite color!

Another person: *Immediately stop smiling*

Yellow is one of the favorite colors of many people. Yellow dress, footwear, trees, banana, handbags, teeth… 


Wait! What? Teeth? 

When it comes to pale, yellow teeth, Yellow is a dirty fellow! Many people even don’t know the reason for their golden teeth. 


Luckily, these pale teeth are not god gifted. It means your deviled egg look is a result of many foods you eat.


To avoid embarrassment and to smile confidently like you won a lottery, you need to give up a few foods that are staining your white teeth! 


Note: Please don’t shoot me if your favorite food is on the list as I have a solution for you to keep eating these foods!

Curry

Fewer calories, No carbs, healthy fat- Forget dieting, it’s Friday! 

It’s time to have some mouth-watering curry with all ingredients that take you to the seven heavens! 


Curry is a Friday night takeaway, especially when you crave for something spicy and full of taste. But the mouth-watering spices in it can be brutal on your teeth because of strong pigmentation that turns your teeth so yellow that it slows down the traffic when you smile. 

Berries

Blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries are super healthy because they are rich in antioxidants. Sadly, these small, petite berries can be harsh on your teeth. It doesn’t matter if you consume them as jam, juice or whole, they still stain. They might look cute and are healthy for your body, but for teeth, they are not cuter and are evil.

Coffee

Sorry, Coffee junkies, your favorite remedy for a tiring day contains tannins (acidic polyphenols) that cause teeth discoloration and staining. You may seem like you have more gold than Fort Knox. Because caffeine is acidic, it alters the pH balance of the mouth that damages the teeth more quickly. 

Tea

Just like coffee, tea contains tannins as well. Feeling happy somewhere deep inside because you recently replaced your daily cup of tea with green or black tea? Here is one more shot for you- Green tea stains teeth grey while black tea stains teeth yellow!  A good rule of thumb is to remember that the darker the beverage, the more likely your teeth are going to get stained. 

Red Pasta Sauce

Eating pasta is a Sunday staple for many families. But did you know it can be destructive to your smile? The vigorous color in the sauce is highly acidic and tends to stick to your teeth. These factors make your teeth prone to stains, in addition to eradicating your enamel. 


Perhaps, there are many foods that are harmful to your teeth and cause staining and discoloration. But keeping a distance from your favorite tea/coffee is just like listening to soup song in a happy mood. 


Can you imagine a Sunday dinner without red pasta sauce? What about Friday evening without Curry? Just the thought of those two is starting to make me tear up.


But here comes a cupid that will mend your heart and make you fall in love! Okay, don’t stretch your imagination as here I am talking about a small tool. Whether you are 18 years old or 68 years old, when you use this little device, you can keep eating your favorite foods/drinks and keep perfectly white teeth. The definition of the best of both worlds 


Wondering what it is? 


It’s the Bunny Care Teeth Whitening Pen. This is one of the most effective devices to get rid of yellow teeth and bid adieu to anxiety, depression, and self-esteem. Enjoy your favorite beverage, berries, curry, without getting concerned about yellow teeth. 


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