If you like to consume coffee for the caffeine effects in brings but are tired of stained teeth in the process, you might be wondering what other ways are there to get your caffeine fix without ruining your hard-earned smile. There are plenty of alternatives to coffee for those looking for a boost and today we will be going over some of these options available to you.
Water is the best thing to drink when staying hydrated and it is very versatile with the ways you can fortify it without ruining the original benefits. Caffeinated water is what it sounds like- caffeine and water. These products can come unflavored and free of sugar/artificial sweeteners. As caffeinated beverages go, this is undoubtedly the purest for your body.
Dark Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans
If you don't want to give up the taste of coffee but want to avoid stains. Going straight to the source and eating the beans that create the popular beverage is a viable option. Dark chocolate coated coffee beans are tasty and pack a huge kick. It may technically be candy, but when it comes to candy, it is at the top of the list of options that aren't horrible for your teeth and health within reason. We recommend looking for beans coated in 72 percent cocoa to minimize the sugar while maximizing dark chocolate's health benefits.
If you really want to get to the source as efficiently as possible, there is no better way than taking caffeine supplements. These pills are simply caffeine in an oral tablet and are extremely affordable- usually, you can find a package containing 80-90 200mg pills for under five dollars if you go with the store brand. These, of course, have little to no effect on your teeth.
If you would like to know how your oral health is doing, call our office with your questions or schedule an appointment with us.
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