Bump Club and Beyond asked our Instagram audience this week, and 66% of you experienced morning sickness while pregnant. Just under half of you didn’t know the negative effects that morning sickness could have on your body, including how stomach acid can affect teeth enamel. Yet, 87% of you are interested in solution to help with this potential problem.
We have one of the simplest solutions for helping you combat the negative effects of morning sickness. Specifically how your stomach acid may affect your tooth enamel.
Arm & Hammer Bright & Strong Toothpaste can help get you through the next 40 or so weeks. It is the only toothpaste with Triple Enamel Protection (fluoride, Arm & Hammer Baking Soda, plus Liquid Calcium technology!)—helping you to get over the morning sickness hump + armed to protect your pearly whites. Most of us are hypersensitive to the products we are putting on or in our body at this time. With Arm & Hammer Bright & Strong, you don’t have to worry. It is made of 35% natural baking soda and is free from many ingredients that may be cause for concern among those expecting.
Morning sickness can lead to acidic pH levels in your mouth, eroding the enamel on your teeth. Arm & Hammer Bright & Strong 1) strengthens enamel with fluoride, 2) neutralizes enamel-eroding acids with baking soda, and 3) repairs enamel surface with Liquid Calcium Technology. The bonus is that it is free of triclosan, parabens, artificial preservatives, and microbeads.
For best results after an episode of morning sickness:
Continue to use Arm & Hammer Bright & Strong post pregnancy for continued dental health. Registered dietitian and celebrity nutritionist, Keri Glassman, MS, RDN, is a huge fan. In a recent article, Glassman notes that one of the main issues when it comes to dental hygiene is that, every day, your mouth goes through hundreds of “acid attacks,” due to eating and drinking that can weaken tooth enamel, Glassman tells Elite Daily. The acid-neutralizing power of baking soda, aka an ingredient found in Arm & Hammer toothpastes, can help combat this. “Baking soda helps neutralize acids, while gently cleaning and removing plaque,” Glassman explains. “So your teeth and gums stay healthy and strong.”
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This blog post is sponsored by Arm & Hammer.