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Rabu, 20 Juni 2012

Benefits and disadvantages of chewing gum


 Chewing gum is a food that is very appreciated by the public. Chewing gum from America, made ​​from tree sap or resin plus glycerin solution of sugar, peppermint and other ingredients, then stirred and pressed. 



Benefits of chewing gum:
A. Freshen bad breath, especially for those who like hard-flavored foods such as onion and garlic. Chewing gum is very effective to neutralize the odor. 
2. Chewing gum can be firmly attached, so it can clean up the remnants of food on the tooth surface. Often chewed to increase saliva production, which can cleanse the mouth and teeth better, so the risk of dental plaque formation can be reduced. 
3. When chewing gum, oral cavity repeatedly biting movement, this increase blood flow in the face, and also train the muscles for chewing and biting. 
The results of an expert study of American, chewing gum for 15 minutes every day can be beneficial for beauty. 

Loss of chewing gum 
A. At that time chewing gum, sugar remain in the oral cavity for a prolonged period, then the bacteria in the oral cavity will change the sugar into acid calcium which will parse the tooth (enamel) causing tooth decay. 
The experts recommend that chose xylitol chewing gum instead of sugar, because xylitol has the taste and nutritional value similar to sugar, but can not be fermented into acids that are safe for teeth. 
2. Results of research at the Swiss show, often chewing gum may damage dental fillings materials. Therefore, for someone who uses dental fillings with mercury materials should not chew gum. 
Because chewing gum can parse these mercury compounds, which can increase the amount of mercury content in blood and urine. Excess of these substances can be overly negative influence on the brain, central nervous system and kidneys. 
3. Children who chew gum for a long time, will likely be in the habit of gnashing teeth during sleep because the muscles of the mouth in a state of tension, so that it can affect the quality of their sleep. 
Experts recommend that children do not chew gum more than 3-4 times a day and do not exceed 10-15 minutes. 
4. Often chew gum for adolescents at risk can have a square face shape, because the muscles of the jaw may be too well trained so that the very rapid growth.

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