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BANANA PEEL FOR WHITER TEETH

BANANA PEEL FOR WHITER TEETH
Ankit Gupta

If you believe bananas are only for monkeys, we advise you to think again. Most of us are familiar with the benefits of eating bananas. The weird looking fruit is a great source of calcium, potassium and vitamin B-6. They help fighting depression, bone diseases, diabetes, anemia and high blood pressure. Bananas are cheap and they are available all throughout the year. And now, add another lesser known, but a fantastic benefit of eating bananas to your knowledge – they can help you in getting whiter, shinier teeth.

After absorbing the nutritional contents of a banana, save its peel for whiter teeth. You can use the banana peel in order to get rid of discoloration and stains. The peel of this fruit is also rich in natural minerals like the fruit itself. Simply take a piece of the peel and rub it’s inner soft part on your teeth for around 2 minutes, every night before going to the bed. Continue doing so, for 2-3 weeks and you will notice your teeth have regained their whiter, healthier form. Such a safe, affordable and easy way of getting healthier, better looking teeth!

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