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From: miriam (2.97.249.67)
Subject:         Teeth sensitivity
Date: February 12, 2014 at 5:46 am PST

I am very excited about 80/10/10, but after one day of eating a lot of fruit,
some of my teeth started to feel sensitive and painful. I am 38 and have had no
problems with my teeth so far (no dental work needed).

I was disappointed to see on another post that going to the dentist was the
solution to someone else's queries about teeth problems. Research in Germany
has shown that raw-foodists have more problems with their teeth than people
on a standard western diet, so I really feel this should be discussed more
openly. Sugar and acid cause decay, so how can eating so much sweet and
acidic fruit not be causing damage to enamel?

If this high fruit is not damaging my teeth, why would they start to feel sensitive
and sore after so little time on this diet? I would so love to try this diet, but not
at the expense of my teeth.

Does anyone have any helpful advice or experience around this, apart from 'go
to the dentist'?

Thanks,

Miriam

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