In the coming month we will be focusing on sugar in the practice
As Chelsea was convinced that she could tell the difference between all the Irn Bru types ??? it was decided that we would all do a blind taste test between the 4 main varieties sold in the local Tesco. ?????
The results were interesting!
Most of the practice (including Chelsea) failed ❌ to identify any of the types correctly! Although everyone could detect the subtle difference between the sugar containing and sugar free varieties. ??
The preferred variety was the “new” regular version of the brand so maybe the controversial reduction of the sugar content wasn’t a bad thing after all! ??
The nutritional facts
although as a dental practice we obviously don’t advise fizzy drinks at all, as Sugar-free juice is still bad for teeth as the fizz in sugar-free drinks is still acidic, and can cause tooth erosion, so it’s much better to switch to tooth friendly alternatives like water or milk. However if you need an occasional treat, please choose your drinks carefully and be more mindful of advertising