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It’s almost the end of the year with holiday parties in full swing. While you may be careful about watching what you put in your mouth because of your diet, are you as careful about what those foods can do to your teeth? According to Burlington dentist Dr. Mike Morris, so-called healthy foods may be great for your waistline, but not so good for your teeth. Below is a list of foods that you may want to avoid this holiday season. Starchy Goodies for Teeth Your grandmother’s favorite Christmas cookies are probably just as bad for your waistline as they are for your oral health. Just like bread, chips, crackers and bagels, cookies are full of starch. Starch stays on your teeth and converts to acid and bacteria, which eats away at the enamel on your teeth. Candy Canes and other Hard Candies Your favorite

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