Grapefruit and lemon juice, in particular, are highly acidic and can damage teeth enamel over time.
Bacteria burns candy sugar to make acid, which dissolves the protective layer of tooth enamel and causes cavities.
Alcohol and wine contains substances known as chromogens that produce tooth-discoloring pigments.
The tannic acids in coffee and tea dissolves enamel and can even stain brown.
Pickles their sour, salty taste and it’s also what makes them a potential hazard to enamel.
Acids found in carbonated soft drinks appear to harm even more than the sugar.
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