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What Does Your Saliva Say About Your Health?

August 27, 20159 min
If you're producing too much or too little saliva, your body could be trying to tell you something.Even though your body produces around 50 ounces of saliva on a daily basis, you may not realize how important it is to your health. Not only does it help fight off diseases and infections in your mouth, but it can also help your gums stay healthy and prevent tooth decay.Your saliva can be an indication of a much larger problem going on with your health. According to an article on Fox Health, here are seven warning signs you should pay attention to: If you're running low Your saliva is white and clumpy It has certain RNA molecules It's too acidic You have too much salvia It's bitter and sour It tastes tacky on your tongue Listen in as Michelle and Dr. Peeke share the seven things your saliva says about your health.

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