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But Miss, she started it!!!!Pianimo now, you come on here where we are all happily forgetting out dental woe's and being naughty, in secret hid away here and BANG bring us down to earth. Shame on you.
I mean, seriously. Choco has been proven to have heart-benefits.
And, you know, whatever is good in moderation must be even better in excess, right?
(Says Jaylah with her chocolate smeared face and absolutely blotto on red wine. )
Anyway, if my dentist ever told me I couldn't eat chocolate anymore, I'd tell him that, given the choice of giving up him or giving up choco, I wished him well.
As long as you brush and floss well after eating sweets, I doubt any dentist would insist you not eat chocolate. Given that you did (brush and floss), I would think the sugar in chocolate would have much more of an effect on other health issues (pre-diabetes, high cholesterol, etc.) than on your teeth. You can get the sugar off your teeth easily by brushing and flossing. Unfortunately there isn't a way to get it out of your digestive tract.
But it was me who said it...!Jaylah, I'm surprised you don't get that tattooed on your forehead, to save having to repeat it in numerous situations......'but she started it'
Genuine question: do you mean Maltesers??A couple of years ago a dear friend in UK sent me a parcel at Eastertime and inside were some new chocs I had never had before,called Malteasters. I really loved those.
You can't.I want one, I will have to give it a go sometime.