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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Does Gum clean Teeth? Why is Gum bad? Fruit Mint Cinnamon Gum Flavor Impact Bacteria Statistics +25% Increase of wind energy usage per year, over the past decade +2.5% 2010 wind energy production was over 2.5% worldwide Chewing Gum with sugar in it can ruin teeth,it wears of the enamel and eventually completely destroys the tooth.It's basically grinding sugar into your teeth with every single chewsome ingredients that make gum chewyand make gum sweet, are not so sweet to your teeth. double click to change this header text! Asparteme in Gum In the end the Cinnamon gum grew the least amount of bacteria outof all the flavors tested. The Fruit gum grewthe most amount of bacteria after beingchewed and the Mint grew the middle amount outof all three flavors tested. The mint flavoringin things such as toothpaste, and candiescan have a long lastingeffect on the taste ofmany foods such asFruit, and Choclate Cinnamon is known to have multiple usesfor cleaning and flavoring, it is usedin toothpastes and many other mouth cleansers Fruit cannot help cleanse teeth oranything else, really. Fruit can actually cause bacteria growth tospeed up and even multiply Aspartame is metabolized inside your body into both wood alcohol (a poison) and formaldehyde (which is a carcinogen used as embalming fluid and is not eliminated from your body through the normal waste filtering done by your liver and kidneys). It's been linked to birth defects, cancers, brain tumors, and weight gain. Overall Results Overall, the Cinnamon Gum was provento have grown less bacteriaon the petri dish, and therefore being the best and most effective atcleaning teeth and killing bacteria on the gum line. The fruit and mint gum grew an astounding amount more bacteria than theCinnamon gum did. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 Cinnamon Fruit Mint Out of 100(Percent of petridish with bacteria growth)
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