Sport drinks cause tooth erosion

@hushi22 (4941)
September 28, 2010 11:14am CST
well, i have read an article about health from a newspaper today and it talked about the pH of these sport drinks that would cause erosion on our teeth. hmmmm...well, i guess not all people know this and it's worthwhile to share. =)
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@his0yir (258)
28 Sep 10
Sports drink is high in glucose in order to give the quickest boost in energy and replenish bloody sugar in short time. It is not actually necessary in our daily life unless you are an athlete training regularly (like over 10 hours a week, then you will need such drink to help you to recover before next training session.) If someone only visits the gym 3 times a week there's no need of such drink. You will just take in more sugar than your body needs. But shops always sell sports drinks together with coke and juice, as if they are ordinary refreshment. I wonder if people really understand what they are drinking?
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@chiyosan (29388)
• Philippines
30 Sep 10
i have not heard about this too.. but i guess there are chemicals -- but they could be safe at certain levels. remember they said these in sodas too? Where is that health article? would you share a link to us?
@hushi22 (4941)
4 Oct 10
sorry for the late response. i've read it from a newspaper.
@IoanaBI (494)
• Romania
28 Sep 10
Hello Hushi I did not know about this information so thank you for sharing it with me. I can not drink this kind of energy drinks because the make my heart pump too fast, but i will tell my friend to avoid it in the future!