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08-06-14, 02:56 PM
Elizabeth Renter (http://naturalsociety.com/author/elizabeth-renter/)

It’s common knowledge that drinking too much coffee can stain your teeth and possibly even damage them. But could this common knowledge be flawed? Rather, what does ‘too much’ really mean? A new study suggests moderate consumption of black coffee could protect your teeth (http://www.ueso.org/could-coffee-actually-be-good-for-your-teeth/) from decay and actually help fight plaque.

Researchers with Federal University in Rio de Janeiro tested the effects of (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/10889313/Want-clean-teeth-Drink-strong-coffee.html) coffee on donated baby teeth. The scientists used an extract from Coffeea canephora, a bean that makes up about 30 percent of the world’s coffee.

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