Monday, 30 March 2015

                                                CLASSIC MORNING MISMATCH

                                            ORANGE JUICE &TOOTHPASTE!!

Ever felt a bitter taste after consumption of orange juice soon after brushing??

Who would have thought your early morning source of vitamin c had your taste buds turning your mouth sour .
Basically the sodium lauryl sulphate of the toothpaste suppresses your sweet
receptors&has a dampening effect on the generally sweet taste of orange
This sulphate destroys the phospholipids in our body which enhance our
sweet receptors, Thereby the sls inhibits the sweet receptors and this is how
your sweet taste of orange turns sour.

So next time when you consume your vitamin c source see that you have given a gap of half hour after you have brushed.