If you rinse your mouth with water or a mouthwash after sucking, then everything will be fine (at least in the mouth), nevertheless, too much nastiness may be contained in them and everything goes into the body. And so the main thing is that the sugars do not linger in the oral cavity for a long time, because it is nutrition for microorganisms and a cariogenic factor, in other words,
No, not really.
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