PS on Lemon Water

Someone recently told me that lemon water can be hard on the teeth enamel. (My water is pretty alkaline spring water I think, so maybe that helps, maybe not.) Anyhow, the suggestions are:

Drink quickly rather than sip, to minimize contact with teeth.

Or, use a straw.

Do not brush teeth immediately after drinking lemon water, as tooth enamel is more vulnerable at that point.

So far I have not noticed any effects on my teeth, but (in case it makes a difference), I do not use toothpaste.


Christa Upton  Black Hills Picture Books   Edgemont, SD  57735

About Christa Upton

I am a wife and mother of three children ages 11, 14, and 18. I used to be a stay-at-home mom (teaching piano & dance, volunteering, etc). From 2007 to 2010, I suffered accidental Toxic Injury (also called Multiple Chemical Sensitivity or MCS). MCS has had major impact on our family, but the forced time in bed has given me time to write. So far, I have published 4 children's books (2 in e-book format on Kindle, one in Print-on-Demand at CreateSpace, and one printed by a local printer). Sometimes I miss my old life, but I love writing for children!
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