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Do you ever get dry mouth?

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

Here is what you should know about dry mouth:

A lot of people suffer from dry mouth. Over 75% of medications that are routinely prescribed in America have a dry mouth side effect. If you take prescription medication, chances are you sometimes have uncomfortable dry mouth.

Dry mouth is bad for you. Your saliva is there to stop germs from getting into your system. Think about it – the easiest place for germs to get into your body are through your nose and mouth. Spit and snot are there to trap and kill those germs before they get in. When your nose and mouth are dry, there is nothing there to stop various bacteria from making themselves at home – and making you sick.

TheraBreath Mouthwash and Toothpaste stop dry mouth instantly. You probably know TheraBreath products for their fresh breath benefits. But if you are among the millions of Americans with uncomfortable and unhealthy dry mouth, you should also remember to use TheraBreath as an effective dry mouth treatment. All TheraBreath formulas (our regular, gum health, and extra strength product lines) have special active ingredients designed to target and knock out dry mouth.

Many of our users report that nothing works as well as TheraBreath on dry mouth and we guarantee that you will agree! If for any reason you’re not satisfied with how well TheraBreath works on dry mouth, let us know and we’ll promptly refund your product cost.

P.S.: If you are looking to try TheraBreath products for yourself, now is a great time because we are having a huge sale. The TheraBreath Bonus Pak Sale takes place two to three times per year and is by far our most popular promotion. During the TheraBreath Bonus Pak Sale you can save up to 65% on America’s #1 selling fresh breath and dry mouth products. Plus, shipping on all Bonus Pak orders is free. But this sale is over in just a few days, so don’t miss it.

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For personal help, call 1-800-973-7374 TODAY and mention code BPAPR14EM4
(Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm PDT)

* $25 additional surcharge per Bonus Pak on orders shipped to Mexico.
† BONUS PAK items are available while in-stock only. There are no rain checks available. First come, first served.

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Have plans after dinner?

Thursday, April 24th, 2014

So let’s say you have some hot plans for after dinner, but dinner included a caesar salad and a plate of pasta. Maybe even a little red wine? Face it – your breath is not going to do you any favors in the romance department. It’s not exactly rocket science. Most romantic dinners will give anyone serious halitosis.

The thing is, bad breath is really easy to stop before it takes control of that after-dinner situation. Just use TheraBreath in the morning and again before bedtime for 24 hours of bad breath protection. That way you can enjoy your dinner – not smell like it all night.

By the way, if you happen to be out of TheraBreath there is a huge sale going on right now.

Click here for TheraBreath's Bonus Pak Sale

For personal help, call 1-800-973-7374 TODAY and mention code BPAPR14EM3
(Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm PDT)

* $25 additional surcharge per Bonus Pak on orders shipped to Mexico.
† BONUS PAK items are available while in-stock only. There are no rain checks available. First come, first served.

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It’s Time to Save BIG on TheraBreath!!

Monday, April 14th, 2014

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The TheraBreath Bonus Pak Sale takes place two to three times per year and is by far our most popular promotion. During the Bonus Pak Sale you can get as much as 65% OFF what you usually spend for TheraBreath premium fresh breath, gum health, and dry mouth products.

Our Bonus Paks are designed to stretch your dollar on the TheraBreath items you use the most:

Bonus Pak A features our most popular TheraBreath products that millions of people use to prevent bad breath and relieve unpleasant dry mouth.

Bonus Pak C includes our most powerful TheraBreath PLUS extra strength formula to treat stubborn or persistent halitosis (bad breath).

Bonus Pak E features our PerioTherapy Gum Health formula to heal and prevent painful, irritated, or bleeding gums.

Bonus Pak L includes a selection of our advanced Probiotic products designed to maintain your oral health and strenghten your body’s natural defenses to certain germs.

PLUS:
During the Bonus Pak Sale, shipping is on us — you don’t pay a cent.
We will get it to you at no charge even if you live in Canada or Mexico!

But what really makes this sale so insanely popular is THIS ADDITIONAL BONUS: Every Bonus Pak you buy during the sale comes with up to $177 in additional BONUS ITEMS — It’s an unbelievable offer! But dont wait to take advantage of it today — it is here for an extremely limited time. Make sure you don’t miss this chance to get up to 65% on everything you need for oral health from TheraBreath.

Shop our Bonus Pak Sale now

For personal help, call 1-800-973-7374 TODAY and mention code BPAPR14EM1
(Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm PDT)

* $25 additional surcharge per Bonus Pak on orders shipped to Mexico.
† BONUS PAK items are available while in-stock only. There are no rain checks available. First come, first served.

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Human Nose can Distinguish 1 Trillion Smells

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

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We’ve long known that a human’s sense of smell triggers the strongest memories. But recently, scientists figured out exactly how impressive our nostrils really are. According to researchers, the human nose can distinguish at least one trillion different odors, which is millions more than previously estimated.

The findings, published in Science Magazine, debunk the widely-accepted figure that humans can only detect 10,000 scents, putting the sense of smell well below the capabilities of hearing and sight. This number dated back to the 1920s and was not supported by data.

Scientists have estimated that the human ear can distinguish between 340,000 sounds, and the eye and its mere three receptors can differentiate between several million colors. The nose’s abilities, meanwhile, are carried out with the help of 400 olfactory receptors – it’s the largest gene family in the human genome. It makes sense that we would be able to discern many more smells – everything from roses to bad breath - than we can colors.

“Our analysis shows that the human capacity for discriminating smells is much larger than anyone anticipated,” study co-author Leslie Vosshall, head of Rockefeller University’s Laboratory of Neurogenetics and Behavior, said in the report. “For smell, nobody ever took the time to test.”

In the study, 26 volunteers were instructed to distinguish between odor mixtures made with 128 different odorant molecules that came from common flavor and fragrance ingredients such as vanilla, mint, apple as well as less pleasant aromas. However, these were combined in groups of up to 30, creating a sort of olfactory white noise.

“When we started mixing them together, we mixed them at equal intensity so all the smells were diluted to the same intensity,” lead author Dr. Andreas Keller from Rockefeller University explained to ABC News.

Participants sampled three vials of scents at a time, two of which were identical, the other having different smell. The test was to see if they could discern which was the outlier, completing 264 comparisons.

Results
While volunteers’ abilities varied greatly, they could, on average, tell the difference between vials with up to 51 percent of the same components. Researchers then extrapolated how many odors the average person could smell if all possible combinations of the 128 odors were sampled, coming to their estimate of at least one trillion.

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World Health Organization Cuts Recommended Sugar Intake

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

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It’s been long known that sugar is bad for the mouth. The tasty treat can cause tooth decay and cavities, and can even lead to pungent, bad breath. That’s why the World Health Organization is putting its foot down on the sweet substance. The United Nations agency has altered its sugar intake recommendation, cutting the amount in half.

On March 5, the organization published new draft guidelines that addressed concerns surrounding the negative effects that sugar has on one’s health. It reduced the recommended amount of sugar from 10 percent of your daily caloric intake to 5 percent. For an average-sized adult, that comes to around six teaspoons of the sweet stuff each day. However, that doesn’t mean a person can eat six spoonfuls of granulated sugar on a daily basis.

People often don’t realize that sugar is present in many foods they commonly eat – especially processed options. A 12-ounce can of soda, for instance, might have as many as 10 teaspoons of the substance, while a slice of bread may have around 5. While this amount includes sugars in processed foods as well as honey, juices and syrups, it does not include those that occur naturally, such as sugars in fruits.

Sugar, which is a known culprit of bad breath, was targeted for its role in dental diseases. As the most common noncommunicable diseases on earth, the World Health Organization hopes to decrease their prevalence and help people prevent the pain, tooth loss and gum disease other symptoms that come with dental issues. The guidelines also note the soaring expense of treating oral conditions – it can cost 5 to 10 percent of a person’s health budget. Not such a sweet way to spend your salary.

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