Sugar-Free Drinks May Not be ‘Tooth-Friendly’: Study


MELBOURNE:  If you thought your teeth were safe since you switched to sugar-free drinks, think again! Scientists have warned that such drinks can cause measurable damage to the tooth enamel.

Researchers at the University of Melbourne’s Oral Health Cooperative Research Centre tested 23 different types of drink, including soft drinks and sports drinks, and found drinks that contain acidic additives and with low pH levels cause measurable damage to dental enamel, even if the drink is sugar-free.



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