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8 Warning Signs That You’re Eating Too Much Sugar

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3. Tooth decay 

Sweet foods are one of the primary causes of tooth cavities and tooth decay. However, it is not the food itself but the lingering sugar in your mouth after eating, causing your teeth to decay. Not clearing the food debris in your mouth, either by properly brushing or digestion can cause the destructive bacteria in your mouth to release acids that erode the hard surface, resulting in cavities. 

Sugary foods like candy, dry cereal, and breath mints can speed up these processes and cause decay when stuck in between your teeth. You can avoid tooth decay by maintaining the right oral hygiene.


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