A mouthwash you can swallow: Red wine fights cavities!
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Most emergency room “frequent fliers” have a substance abuse addiction.
Alcohol triggers junk food cravings.
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Red wine fights cavities! and Alcohol triggers junk food cravings.
This sounds like a vicious cycle. You drink wine hoping it will kill germs that cause cavities. But that triggers a junk food binge that can cause cavities. So you drink more wine…
In vino cavitas…
Red wine fights cavities? Like I needed another reason to drink it.
Right? I know what I’m adding to my grocery list.
Pro Tip: Don’t brush your teeth then drink wine, though. I made that mistake once. And only once.
“Alcohol triggers junk food cravings”
I’m so glad science finally got involved to tell us all what we already know.
Hey, don’t complain. Now you can justify all your 4 am Whataburger trips.
“I don’t have a junk food problem! I’ve just been drinking.”
That’ll go over well at the holidays.
That’s insane. 77 percent of frequent visitors have a substance abuse problem? That’s a big number.
I prefer to call it slow suicide.
More useless information! Next, scientists will inform us marijuana triggers junk food cravings!
RE the breakfast/lunch & skip dinner report – it only reaffirms the old saying: You should breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and eat dinner like a pauper to be healthy.
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