Does adding salt to sugary things prevent tooth decay
I am thinking of things like Chinese preserved plums and sweet and sour sauce
To prevent tooth decay, I think your best bet would still be to brush and floss your teeth regularly, and gargle some water after sugary things.
What you ask makes no sense at all.
First you need to know what causes tooth decay.
If the fuel to feed the bacteria is present it makes no difference if you were to ad salt unless salt could kill every bacteria that caused decay.
You say that what I say makes no sense, and then you go on to explain why it does make sense.Salt is a powerful destroyer of bacteria and it may be that it destroys the bacteria that cause decay, if you take it at the same time that you take sugar. P
I am sorry to say that does not work. Developing good dental hygiene would be the best recommendation.
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