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There’s Chemistry in Why Your Toothpaste Sucks All the Joy out of Delicious Food

Gee thanks, chemistry.

At least trading in your sense of taste has an important function like… creating bubbles. Making your food and drink taste awful is just another helpful way toothpaste assures you that it’s working.

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