Bubble Gum House

Pass down the street, chew gum, you are boring. Gum you bother mouth and tongue, your teeth ache from the strong chewing, preparing to spit, because of course you are taught as children that should not swallow gum. Just when is preparing to curled in a sticky and discard in the trash cart at once master something unprecedented. House, the whole house of bubble gum. Where now created a miracle here? The story goes like this: Someone smart was the hard to throw gum cart or on the street so the paste on the house. For him, pass second, third, fifty, sixty, hundredth, thousandth, millionth smart and so there was a house of the bubble man.


Chewing gum is a type of confection traditionally made of chicle, a natural latex product, or synthetic rubber known as polyisobutylene, which is a non-vulcanisable form of the butyl rubber used for inner tubes or to line tubeless tires. For reasons of economy and quality, many modern chewing gums use rubber instead of chicle. Chicle is nonetheless still the base of choice for some regional markets, such as in Japan. Sugar-free gum sweetened with hylitol has been shown to reduce cavities and plaque by starving microorganisms in the mouth. The same effect has not been shown for the sweetener sorbitol. The addition of calcium lactate has been shown to increase recalcification. Chewing gum sweetened with sugar can have a negative effect on oral health, because it can degrade the enamel on teeth.








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