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What are the acids and alkalis in toothpaste?

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Ammonium Carbonic Dioxide.
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According to Trans4Mind, a great portion of our food is naturally alkaline-producing. However, when manufactured into processed food, it converts into acid-producing. It is suggested
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In terms of volume, bases are actually far more common than acids. The ocean, is slightly basic. So is your blood, and cytoplasm in your cells. You could say that acids stand out
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