Gum that is Actually Good for You
Posted: December 2, 2010
According to www.bigsiteofamazingfacts.com, about 35 billion sticks of gum are chewed by Americans each year. That’s twenty-five packets per year for each person (men, women and children) just in the United States. An article by Science News for Kids states that gum chewing has been going on for thousands of years. The Greeks, Mayas and Native Americans chewed on sap and resin from certain types of trees. We all know that dentists recommend chewing sugar-free gum to avoid tooth decay. But why not chew a gum that can actually attack your bad breath instead of just covering it up? Therabreath’s Chewing Gum actually increases saliva production that is ideal for occasional or situation bad breath. This gum lasts much longer than regular chewing gum because the taste isn’t what is responsible for breath control – it’s the formula of the gum itself. Want to be kissable 24/7? Then try our French Kiss Chewing Gum to immediately blast away bad breath and never have to give a second thought before you move in close to smooch your honey. If gum isn’t your thing, then try our new TheraBreath Mouth Wetting Lozenges to maintain great breath without all the chewing.