Yep! Use it daily - just a quick swig will help so much. Like the idea of the baking soda though.....hadnt thought of that. No real enamel issues yet but only doing this for 2 months.... hope that helps!
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ACV is so good for so many things that I just wanted to incorporate it into my health routine. But I didn't want to sacrifice something like teeth enamel to do it. Just trying to get a handle on the pros and cons.
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Good idea, Live, using the straw. That's just terrible about the enamel on your teeth!
Another idea is to give your mouth a baking soda rinse... baking soda is alkaline and will counter the acidity of the vinegar.. don't need much just put a pinch in a glass of warm water, swish, spit out, then follow with plain water and you're good.
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* To your teeth. Even when diluted it will graduall - or not so gradually - strip the enamel off your teeth. I used it (very diluted) for only 2 or 3 months, and it really stripped the enamel off my teeth, and now they are yellow due to exposing the underlayer. I did already have poor enamel, but this finished off my enamel and gave me yellow teeth that will never ever go away.
* For persons who are allergic to molds this can be a mild to serious risk (used either internally or externally). * Some people get a burning stomach from it. Don't use it if you've had ulcers.
If you do use it dilute it well, and drink it through a straw to lessen the damage (though it still gets around in your mouth, and even rinsing your mouth still leaves some vinegar on your teeth.
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