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This product is hardly helpful. Get some fluoride rinse instead
Fluoride literally does nothing for bad breath and accumulates in your body over time
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i like the original flavor more, but that doesnt go on sale as often as this flavor.
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Search the word gluten in pubmed and you'll get 16,129 matches. Some people can't actually tolerate gluten because it worsens their autoimmune conditions for example.
GF is not from a fad diet or developed by a clever marketer. Rather, it's clinically proven that staying GF is healthier and necessary to being and feeling wholesome.
Search for the word "water" in pubmed and you'll also find tens of thousands of matches.
It is NOT "clinically proven that staying GF is healthier and necessary to being and feeling wholesome."

(I work in healthtech, my sis is a scientist, my dad is a retired science professor)

I normally don't partake in internet arguments about nutrition, but the whole GF fad (and yes, it's very, very largely a fad) is *dangerous* to folks' health and well-being.
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Search the word gluten in pubmed and you'll get 16,129 matches. Some people can't actually tolerate gluten because it worsens their autoimmune conditions for example.
GF is not from a fad diet or developed by a clever marketer. Rather, it's clinically proven that staying GF is healthier and necessary to being and feeling wholesome.
I believe his point was manufactured are making GF on items that naturally do not have gluten. It is like saying popcorn is GF...well yeah, so is water, neither has gluten,

Something that naturally has gluten, but is re-made or done differently so it doesn't warrants a GF logo.
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Fluoride literally does nothing for bad breath and accumulates in your body over time
Okay then a Colgate mouthwash is similar to this. Don't swallow either .
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Okay then a Colgate mouthwash is similar to this. Don't swallow either .
They all treat bad breath but not all kill bacteria. This does both and has no fluoride which is cool. You don't have to swallow it, chemicals abthrough the narrow blood vessels in your cheeks and under the tongue.
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Because your digestion begins not in your stomach as many would like to believe, it starts the moment food or liquid is in your mouth. Go and check in the mirror, see those tastebuds, extremely receptive part of your mouth that helps traverse whatever in your mouth to your bloodstream in no time.
My wife is gluten sensitive, I know all about it. Read my comment more carefully. I don't know of any mouthwash that does contain gluten or see any reason why one could possibly contain gluten.
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Search the word gluten in pubmed and you'll get 16,129 matches. Some people can't actually tolerate gluten because it worsens their autoimmune conditions for example.
GF is not from a fad diet or developed by a clever marketer. Rather, it's clinically proven that staying GF is healthier and necessary to being and feeling wholesome.
Do you know what gluten is? I do. It's not something with any kind of likelihood to be found in a mouth rinse product.
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I believe his point was manufactured are making GF on items that naturally do not have gluten. It is like saying popcorn is GF...well yeah, so is water, neither has gluten,

Something that naturally has gluten, but is re-made or done differently so it doesn't warrants a GF logo.
This guy gets it. Applause
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For what it's worth. I used this to get rid of tonsil stones and it worked, but it's expensive. I found that brushing further back on my toungue... way back, and rinsing my mouth a few times a day had the same result.
Same. Had tonsil stones forever and this got rid of them.
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Search for the word "water" in pubmed and you'll also find tens of thousands of matches.
It is NOT "clinically proven that staying GF is healthier and necessary to being and feeling wholesome."

(I work in healthtech, my sis is a scientist, my dad is a retired science professor)

I normally don't partake in internet arguments about nutrition, but the whole GF fad (and yes, it's very, very largely a fad) is *dangerous* to folks' health and well-being.
"Experts suffer even more from the overconfidence effect than laypeople do."

https://www.psychologytoday.com/u...nce-effect
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How does this compare to CloSYS?

I've been using SmartMouth DDS, which I like, but it's not as available online as these or CloSYS. So any comparison between the two will be helpful.
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If you intermittently fast or follow the keto diet, or do both like I do; your breath ends up smelling awful. I floss twice a day, brush twice a day, and use this mouthwash and I don't have those problems anymore. This is the BEST mouthwash I've ever used. I've tried the green one (might be spearmint, I don't remember) and it was great. I'll try this icy mint and see what's up.
Thanks for posting that. I fast and had been looking for something like this.
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How is this compares to smart mouth? Been using smart mouth for over 5 years now and it works wonders.
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Is this better than Clorox?
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