English to Spanish: Could Healthy Eating Damage Your Teeth?
Source text - English
Could Healthy Eating Damage Your Teeth?
Are you suddenly getting cavities and can't figure out what's causing them? Dentists can, and they say the culprits could be things you think are improving your health.
Suzanne Walters is a self-proclaimed antacid addict. "I was using six or eight a day, two at a time." "I never realized what it was doing to me," she adds.
During a recent trip to her dentist, Suzanne discovered to her dismay that the heartburn-soothing tablets had damaged her teeth. However, she wasn't alone. Her doctor, Dr. Vincent Chiara, had several patients who suddenly developed cavities. To find the cause, he took a hard look at his patients' daily eating habits.
"What we found is that a lot of things have sugar in them, and people don't realize it, and they are using quite a bit of this stuff," says Dr. Chiara.
Antacids, breath mints, sore throat lozenges and cough drops all contain sugar in one form or another. "What it will generally say is sucrose or dextrose. It doesn't usually say sugar. We saw one that said corn syrup on the label, and these are all just sugar," Chiara continues.
Translation - Spanish Comiendo Sanamente Podria Danar Sus Dentes?
¿Consigue usted repentinamente tiene caries y no tiene claro qué lo causo? Los dentistas pueden, y dicen que los culpables podrían ser cosas que usted piensa mejoran su salud.
Suzanne Walters es una adicta antiácida autoproclamada. " estaba usando seis u ocho un día, dos a la vez". " nunca me di cuenta de lo que estaba desempeñándose a mí," ella suma.
Durante un viaje reciente para su dentista, Suzanne descubrió su súbita desilusión que las tabletas que serenan acidez gástrica tenían, dañó sus dientes. Sin embargo, ella no estaba sola. Su doctor, Dr. Vincent Chiara, si tuvieran a varios pacientes que repentinamente desarrollaron caries. Para encontrar la causa, él tomó una mirada dura en los hábitos cuando comen los pacientes diariamente.
"Lo que encontramos es ese un montón de cosas que tiene azúcar en ellos, y las personas no se dan cuenta de eso, y están usando demasiado de esto," Dice Dr. Chiara.
Antiácidos, mentas del aliento, pastillas de dolor de garganta y pastillas para la tos todos contienen azúcar en una forma u otro. " Lo que generalmente dirá es sacarosa o dextrosa. Eso usualmente digamos no se granula. Vimos que un ese dicho miel de maíz en la etiqueta, " Chiara continúa.
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