Using Mouthwash Putting Us In Danger Of Diabetes?
I happened to see a snippet on this in the June 2018 issue of “The Reader’s Digest” in their compulsory section on “Health News”.
I was shocked and disappointed.
I am a great believer and practitioner of mouth washing though I probably could get away with not doing so because I have good teeth & gums. Until I read this in the RD, I would wash my mouth at least 4 times a day! Yes, at least 4 times. Twice in the morning, and twice at night — at a minimum; first with hydrogen peroxide and then with a commercial, alcohol-based mouthwash. I haven’t used mouthwash in the last week. It bothers me — mainly because I am so used to it.
Not sure whether this is true? Do YOU know? I need to find out.
This might have been why I am constantly told I am pre-diabetic.
Well, now you know. You can decide if you want to continue using mouthwash.
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