Scientists have found that drinking coffee can actually help clean your teeth.
A study has found that coffee with a very high caffeine content destroys the bacteria which causes dental plaque.
However, there is a catch. The coffee must be drunk without milk, cream or sugar as these will have a counterproductive effect.
The research was carried out by Rio de Janeiro’s Federal University and published in the journal of Applied Microbiology.
The scientists found that Robusta, a coffee bean grown in Brazil and Vietnam, is perfect. It has a higher caffeine level than most other varieties of coffee.
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