Does Stevia cause tooth decay like sugar and honey does and therefore require timely oral hygiene?
Well, I would say it is best to keep oral hygiene to a high standard at all times anyway. But to answer your question there was a laboratory test done on rats that showed that stevia did not cause tooth decay, and its definitely better for your teeth than sugar.
I don't know if Stevia directly causes it, but proper dental hygiene is the best way to avoid tooth decay at all.
I just read an interesting blog regarding this at:
http://everythingaboutstevia.blogspot.c … decay.html
Hope this helps!
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