Benefits and harms of chewing gum

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Benefits and harms of chewing gum

Benefits:
- Eliminates bad breath, makes the breath fragrant;
- Prevents caries;
- contains xylitol in many gums, kills pathogenic microflora;
- Increases the secretion of gastric juice and improves digestion.

Damage:
- on an empty stomach or excessive chewing leads to an excess of gastric juice, which leads to gastritis and ulcers;
- Chewing gum overloads the teeth, so it is better not to chew cavities;
- Chewing gum contains artificial dyes (krasiteli) and flavorings, which have a harmful effect on the body.

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