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  1. Diet soda affects teeth

    The Deccan Herald Tuesday, March 2, 2004

    The sugar in a regular soft drink/soda feeds the bacteria
    that cause tooth decay, while the acidity from carbonation
    and citric or phosphoric acids in the recipe can erode
    teeth enamel.

    Diet soft drinks are no better for teeth, warns The Consumer
    from Singapore Consumer Association. They contain the same
    kind of enamel-eroding acids, although in a lower degree.
    Pineapple and citrus juices can also produce the same acidic
    effect. So, some dentists recommend drinking water to
    cleanse your mouth.

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