It is the content of the munchies, otherwise the entire country of Spain should be toothless since the dine very late.
Said another way, it’s the sweeteners and HFCS, stupido.
~ Uncle Russ
Sneaking out of bed to grab a midnight snack might translate into more missing teeth later in life, according to a new study.
The research marks the first to show that nocturnal eating can predict tooth loss among both men and women over time, even when controlling for factors such as age, education, smoking, diabetes, body mass, binge eating and carbohydrate consumption. The study focused specifically on adults over the age of 30.