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How Big Sugar Influences Nutrition Science: A First Glimpse at Sugar Industry Documents

thank you thanks everyone and thanks to Greg and the CrossFit team for inviting me and being so interested in my work really pleased to be here see if I can make this work so yes I want to give you a little bit of my personal backstory to begin with and I was working…

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Does SUGAR really cause CAVITIES or Dental Decay?…..Maybe NOT! Have the best oral health!

– What’s up, guys? This is Dr. O, and if you stay tuned to this one, I’m gonna give you an idea of how to stay out of the dental chair and basically avoid seeing me. Isn’t that weird? Why would I give an idea of how to avoid seeing me? I don’t know, I’m…

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How does sugar damage teeth?

In simple terms, sugar is converted to acid by the bacteria in the mouth, and the acid will demineralise, or remove the calcium from the enamel, which weakens it. Eventually the enamel can’t sustain itself and collapses, which exposes the soft underbelly of the tooth – i.e. the dentine. Similar bacteria will then move into…

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