Use what you store. Store what you use is a good rule of thumb for storing supplies.
BYU university has had a scientific study performed on the retention and quality of food stored past their expiration date, they found all products tested to be good for years beyond their “use before” date. Don’t store less than wholesome products just because they’re cheaper. During crises times your good health becomes even more crucial. The question as to what toothpaste I buy for my household is simply answered by saying: I spend time (5am) researching potential products and I buy the best I can get.
7 Side Effects of Consuming Fluoride You Should Know About
• Tooth Discoloration. Consumption of too much fluoride leads to yellowed or browned teeth.
• Tooth Decay. High intake of fluoridated water can lead to the weakening of enamel.
• Skeletal Weakness.
• Neurological Problems.
• High Blood Pressure.
Swallowing fluoride toothpaste can lead to fluorosis, which interferes with the development of tooth enamel and can result in white streaks on the teeth, and gastrointestinal problems if the amount is large enough.
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