Step 38: I Want You To Try Brushing Your Teeth When You’re Hungry
Most of us brush our teeth in the morning and evening as a matter of routine. However, your toothbrush can be used for more than just cleaning your teeth.
Brushing is a good way of suppressing appetite, as we’re less likely to enjoy the taste of food when it tastes strongly of mint.
Additionally, sodium laureth sulphate, one of the main ingredients in toothpaste, suppresses certain taste bud receptors. This is the main reason foods like orange juice and other sweet snacks taste strange immediately after brushing.
I’d like you to search the internet and find 5 reasons (excluding the 2 above) why brushing your teeth can help you lose weight. Record your results in the attached PDF worksheet.
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