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Promoted 08-13-2016 by longmanj9 at 05:52 PM View Original Post
Amazon has 10-Pack 15-Count Extra Peppermint Sugarfree Gum for $5.15 after 'clipped' 20% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks SaltyOne

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Edited August 13, 2016 at 04:41 PM by Shorted
Price is $4.47 @ 15% S&S

Link : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...&s=grocery

Clip the 20% off Coupon on the listing or from here : https://www.amazon.com/gp/coupon/...69E3I7ER01

Also available :

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Extra Polar Ice Sugarfree Gum, 15 Piece Packages (Pack of 10) for $6.74 or Less : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...&s=grocery

Extra Smooth Mint Sugarfree Gum, 15 Stick Slim Pack (Pack of 10) for $6.74 or Less : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...&s=grocery
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Could someone explain what's the fascination with "Sugar Free" gum?
Why not get good old real sugar gum? If I recall correctly the chemical sweeteners and artificial flavors in these sugar-free gums are much worse for your health than the sugar that might cause tooth decay, which is preventable by brushing your teeth, but the amount of crap that gets stuck in your body with "sugar-free" gum is supposed to be much worse, especially the toll it takes on your intestines.
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Got polar ice which is my favorite... I usually get these at Costco but they never go on sale!
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Quote from Ride_The_Sky View Post :
Could someone explain what's the fascination with "Sugar Free" gum?
Why not get good old real sugar gum? If I recall correctly the chemical sweeteners and artificial flavors in these sugar-free gums are much worse for your health than the sugar that might cause tooth decay, which is preventable by brushing your teeth, but the amount of crap that gets stuck in your body with "sugar-free" gum is supposed to be much worse, especially the toll it takes on your intestines.
It's more about what sugar does to teeth than overall health. sugar free can help dental health vs sugar.
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Quote from Ride_The_Sky View Post :
Could someone explain what's the fascination with "Sugar Free" gum?
Why not get good old real sugar gum? If I recall correctly the chemical sweeteners and artificial flavors in these sugar-free gums are much worse for your health than the sugar that might cause tooth decay, which is preventable by brushing your teeth, but the amount of crap that gets stuck in your body with "sugar-free" gum is supposed to be much worse, especially the toll it takes on your intestines.
Sugar free gum is better for bad breath. Real sugar in gum just feeds the bad breath bacteria.
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How about a gum made with stevia?
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How about a gum made with stevia?
How about no!
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How about no!
"That's enough out of you or I'll sick the leaches on you..." Smilie
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These are great to make your teef fall out. Right Zeek?
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Quote from xboxchick311 View Post :
Sugar free gum is better for bad breath. Real sugar in gum just feeds the bad breath bacteria.
Interesting, I never knew that. Where does bad breath originate from? I always thought it was the tooth since breath is coming from lungs and lungs don't get the food/sugar.
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Quote from Spree4272 View Post :
It's more about what sugar does to teeth than overall health. sugar free can help dental health vs sugar.
But you are sacrificing other parts for potentially minor impact of sugar from chewing real sugar gum. During the day you swallow and with each swallow new saliva comes in washing things away. The main problem is at night/when sleeping. You just brush your teeth twice a day and problem is gone.

What I would love to see is true Sugar-less gum. If you guys want to enjoy real gum (not plastic/artifical stuff) try damla or mastic.


I usually chew this if I really want to chew something to get the lingering food away from teeth after a big meal, and the menthol version helps with digestion:

https://www.amazon.com/Falim-100-...B005GR1WO0

https://www.amazon.com/Falim-Suga...WQK78BDP4C
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Quote from Ride_The_Sky View Post :
Interesting, I never knew that. Where does bad breath originate from? I always thought it was the tooth since breath is coming from lungs and lungs don't get the food/sugar.
It's usually from bacteria in the mouth. It's actually pretty gross when you read about it. Lol. http://patient.info/health/bad-breath-halitosis
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