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Tooth decay is a process which softens and destroys the hard tissues of the tooth. These tissues are called enamel and dentine. Bacteria, feeding on sugar, produce the acid that fuels this process! Therefore increased frequency of sugar in the diet can lead to tooth decay.

It is true that there are many other factors in tooth decay, but this is the major factor and one over which we have direct control!

The good news is that you do not need to give up everything!

The simple secret is to make the decision to have your sugary foods with your main meals. Immediately the frequency is reduced to 3-4 maximum per day. This means that the teeth have the time in between your main meals to recover from the effects of acid produced by sugars.

The teeth are then fully recovered before the next acid attack.




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