Tonight’s topic is an either/or that is going to BLOW YOUR MIND.
Even more so, because it’s to do with a simple, everyday occurrence, and yet the discussion of this will have people passionately defending their position.
In the morning, when do you brush your teeth? Before, or after breakfast?
I’ll just pause for a moment and let you get really defiant about your stance…
Ok, so to give some perspective, firstly, I do both, depending on circumstance.
If I get up for work really early, I’ll brush my teeth first, because I end up eating on the drive in or when I get in work.
If it’s a non-work day, I eat, and then brush my teeth afterwards.
Hubbie on the other hand, will brush his teeth FIRST, no matter whether he is working or not!
Dr Oz said on one of his eps (TV doctor) that because of the bacteria that develop while we sleep, it’s actually better to brush our teeth before we eat in the morning.
But before this whole coronavirus hit, when baby girl was going to school, I made sure she always brushed her teeth AFTER eating, because honestly, I’d rather my daughter went to school with minty breath rather than weetbix breath.
Some may argue that you could do both, brush your teeth before and after breakfast… my question to them is: WHO HAS TIME FOR THAT?
(All credit to you if you do).
So, that is us in our household… What do you like to do, and is it the same as what you actually do?
Do you brush before or after?
If I had to choose, I’d still say after breakfast… I like to have my mouth as fresh as possible for as long as possible before my next meal.
Your turn. 🙂