As teeth get older, they start to lose some enamel which affects whiteness, shine and luster. Those of us that are more vain are thrilled that scientists are diligently working on a cure for losing tooth luster. Apparently chocolate has the same compounds that green tea does to help prevent enamel loss. Or, you could just skip the chocolate and use a flouride toothpaste. You’d probably harness more of those green tea weight loss benefits if you skipped the chocolate.
My favorite green tea is Pink Grapefruit infused Green Tea from Republic of Tea. It never seems to get bitter, even when I forget to take it out of the cup. Even better is that this tea is affliated with the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and Republic of Tea, thus far, has donated $556,000 to the cause just from sales of this yummy tea.
Do something good for yourself and buy some green tea. And, if you’re feeling charitable, make it a Sip for the Cure tea and help others while improving your life.
Harry Bronson says
Yup, green tea’s wonderful stuff! With regard to teeth, it helps you keep them strong daily; but be sure to remember to brush and floss daily, for maximum effect. Go and see the dentist regularly to check on your teeth. You should have healthy, happy teeth all year round!