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Is Vinegar Bad for Your Teeth?

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Vinegar can be bad for your teeth, as it can erode the enamel, especially in teenagers. However, apple cider vinegar contains potassium, which your body needs to prevent tooth decay. It can also help take care of plaque that builds up on teeth.
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