Science Says Cheese Prevents Cavities, Proves Cheese Can Do No Wrong
We’ve always believed that cheese can solve any problem. Didn’t get that job you wanted? Cheese. The love of your life dumped you? Cheese. You keep waking up from nightmares where all of your teeth have fallen out? Cheese, cheese, cheese.
But actually though, cheese will save your teeth and prevent you from turning into this:
A new study published in the Journal of the Academy of General Dentistry suggests that stuffing your face with cheese (and other dairy products) can help protect your tooth enamel and cut down on cavities. This is super good news for those of us who like our teeth to be in nice, shiny good health instead of riddled with the acid-induced cavities that happen when you eat too many other delicious things (sugar, for example). And because the universe is a wonderful place, turns out that drinking red wine also kills the bacteria that cause cavities.
So basically, every wine and cheese party you have is a battle against enamel erosion and eventual toothlessness. Tell your dentist to thank us later.
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