I love fresh spinach salads but I hate the way my teeth feel afterwards. I thought I was the only one that had this problem but then I decided to ‘Google’ the question and found out why.
Why do your teeth feel funny after eating spinach?
Although it does not appear to be 100% proven, the main thought is that it is due to spinach’s acid levels. Spinach is high (in relative terms) in oxalic acid. From what I can gather, the acid causes some crystals to form on your teeth making them feel ‘fuzzy’ or ‘gritty’.
I’m just glad I’m not alone in this one!!
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Leave it to Melissa to research and answer this question for us. Love the Tech girl! -Denise