4EverMints Blog

  • ​Ways to Care for Your Dry Mouth

    Dry mouth – medically known as xerostomia – is more than just uncomfortable; left untreated, chronic dry mouth can affect your oral health. Luckily, there are a number of at-home remedies that can help alleviate the symptoms of dry mouth.

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  • How to Prevent Bad Breath

    More than 80 million people worldwide suffer from chronic halitosis, the scientific term for bad breath. While many are quick to blame stinky foods or strong drinks for bad breath, the condition most often originates from the tongue and gums. Despite how common it is, bad breath can be extremely embarrassing. Luckily, there are a number of ways to both treat and prevent bad breath. The following tips can help fight bad breath as well as improve your overall mouth health.

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  • What is Xylitol?

    Refined sugars are increasingly recognized as being both unhealthy and harmful to the modern diet. Because of this, consumers are looking for healthy, sugar-free alternatives to add to foods, drinks, candies, and gum. Xylitol has become popular for having fewer calories and less of an effect on blood sugar levels than refined sugar. In addition, xylitol also has a number of surprising benefits for oral health.

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  • How Vitamin B12 Can Help You Stay Alert

    When it comes to getting extra energy, most of us turn to coffee, energy drinks, or caffeinated beverages to stay awake and alert. While it may work in the short term, caffeine over consumption is associated with a number of unpleasant side effects including heart palpitations, indigestion, and insomnia. Instead of reaching for a cup of coffee, try natural energy supplements such as vitamin B12 to stay alert.

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  • Your dentist will love this.

    4everMints use Xylitol as a natural sweetener. We liked that is tasted like sugar, but with fewer calories and no impact on blood sugar levels. But it turns out Xylitol does even more. It is also a natural plaque fighter. And by simply placing a ForeverMInt up along the gum line and letting it slowly...

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  • Proven by science.

    There’s this thing called the Paddle Test. It’s used to measure how long a mint will last, how long it takes it to break down and dissolve completely. We took the Paddle Test. And we also gave it to four of the biggest selling mints, the ones everybody looks to for fresh breath. And they all did pretty...

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