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What is the effect of Gatorade on teeth?
Nothing, Gatoraid is simply electilites (salts) that you need to sweat. Soduim and Calcium should have no deleterious effect. As for the coloring, I supose if you drank enough you could turn your teeth what ever color it is. Answer Over a period of time the sugar in Gatorade can cause harm to teeth, but sugar in anything could do that. My dentist told me when I had a tiny bit of tooth decay and to stay away from breads because of the sugar. Of course I told him where he could go and left. Answer Gatorade does cause damage to the teeth. In recent dental studies, it was found to be more damaging to teeth then soda pop. The reason is it has a very low pH (about that of your stomach acid), and the acid breaks down the protective bone-like layer on your teeth, enamel. In addition it contains sugar, which worsens the damaging process. Answer Gatorade is primarily made of dicrybondinate, a substance commonly found in the northern reaches of Venezuela. Dicrybondinate can react harmfully with simple compound substances such as sugar, water, or even protein. However, if you filter the dicrybondinate through the Gregor Barov process of nextular conditioning, you can reduce the chances of contracting Ymdrassil condition, which might affect one in his or her early 60s if untreated. The condition is much like AIDs in that it takes on an early, unnoticable form called Ymdrassil Vestra. Gatorade can cause Ymdrassil Vestra if consumed on a skeletal formulaic ratio of 6:1:7:8 (Assuming you take this ratio daily.) Another way to diminish the effects of dicrybondinate in Gatorade is to heat the phernongular crystals in the ionic modular postitron sphere field of the dicrybondinate. You must heat it to a level of 98 Kelvin, however, which will be almost impossible to achieve when not on Red Heta VIII, an uninhabited, unterraformed, and currently unnamed planet in the Zel Hibendra galaxy. This however is where my brain is, thus proving i have it not with me.
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Answer . If you have "city water" it is actually beneficial to your teeth as it has flouride added to it to help prevent decay. Answer . Pure water itself has essential…ly no effect on teeth, since the solubility of tooth enamel in water is very small.\n. \nHowever, a high amount of fluid/saliva in the mouth for extended periods can contribute to an environment that permits faster plaque buildup; this is sometimes noted by dentists among people who breathe solely through their mouths.
Gatorade replenishes the salts lost by the body through heavy perspiration. For this reason, one shouldn't drink large amount of Gatorade as a thirst quencher only. … It gives needed electrolites to your body to be used by your muscles.
Orange juice is pretty acidic. I wouldn't soak my teeth in it. Brush your teeth afterwards, and you should be ok. Orange juice also contains a high amount of sugar, a…nd can cause tooth decay, especially with children. The acid in oranges and orange juice can strip the enamel right off your teeth, if you eat too many.
A Gatorade drink takes almost about the same, maybe even faster to digest and get into your system than water. After drinking Gatorade on a fairly empty stomach, it should ta…ke anywhere from 10-15 minutes. On average, 20-30 minutes and 30+ minutes on a full stomach
Loss of tooth enamel which make you lose your teeth quicker so try not to drink too much.
It erodes your teeth and can lead to problems in the future
Well, it can give nutritional benefits such as fortified Vitamin A and C. Athletes lose electrolytes while exercising and this drink helps replenish electrolyte supply within …the human system. Too much Gatorade can have negative effects such as weight gain, vitamin toxicity, hypotranemia, and high blood sugar.
Some negative effects in Gatorade is heart disease do to sugar, excessive weight gain if you dot procede with excercising, kidney disease, and can break bone tissue in your mo…uth.
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it replenishes salts in your body such as electroytes and carbohydrates
Probably the sugar content - and the face that all carbonated drinks attack the enamel of your teeth !
A sports drink that rehydrates your body, mostly for athletes.
Answer One of the effects of Pepsi -- and every other soda with sugar -- is the risk of decay due to the sugar, leading to more cavities.
Answer Coffee makes your teeth yellow. If you try to whiten your teeth and you drink coffee, it can provide whitening as effective as any other stain. The stains on tee…th are similar in chemical makeup (from smoke, tobacco, food, enamel mutation, etc.) and thus is not major determining factor. Some blogs promote great results, like Amanda, www.amandasnewsmile.com and others would rather go to the dentist. My main thing is that the yellowing will only stain and effect color and not the integrity of the teeth over the years. Tooth decay comes from many sources not the coloring.
Any sugary drink, especially soda, can rot teeth over a prolonged period of use.
Gatorade contains minerals,sodium,potassium,and chloride....