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Foods For Whiter Teeth

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Foods Teeth Whiter

Unless you were blessed with the world's most perfect set of nashers or, you know, you have a REALLY good dentist who gave you free check ups on the sly, chances are you wouldn't mind your teeth being at least a couple of shades whiter. Simon Cowell, we advise stop reading from this point on.

While there are toothpastes that claim to give you a whiter smile in 'just one use*' (*but not really), and, of course, there's always the option of getting your teeth professionally lasered by a dental professional, chances are you don't have the money or the patience to get that gleaming tooth look. 

However, we're here to tell you that there are foods we guarantee you're already eating that are scientifically proven to give you whiter teeth as you chow down on them. Yes, you have our permission to fist pump. 

We've done our homework and found the best treats that'll enhance the natural white undertones of your teeth, and help drive away the stains we're all guilty of building up over the years. 

So, put down that coffee (or glass of red wine, depending on your beverage preference and where you are in the world at this point in time), and grab yourself one of these foods to gnaw on instead...

Apples
Thanks to their crisp skin and firm inner texture, biting into an apple helps to remove any plaque build up on your teeth. Try eating one after lunch if you don't fancy brushing your teeth in the office loos (shudders). 

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Cheese
Now that you've picked yourself up off the floor, we're happy to deliver the best news ever. A protein in milk used in hard cheeses has been shown to reduce the loss of tooth enamel, which you need to keep your teeth looking their gleamiest.

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