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Wondering what you can do to help your pearly whites shine bright? No need to fork out oodles of $$ at the dentist for teeth whitening just yet, follow these natural solutions to sparkle up those chompers in no time!

How to get whiter teeth

1. Whiten your teeth naturally with Morlife’s Certified Organic Turmeric Powder
We absolutely swear by this natural method, after 1 week you wont stop smiling and showing off those pearly whites! Mix 1 tbsp coconut oil with 1 tsp Morlife Certified Organic Turmeric Powder until it forms a paste. With a separate toothbrush to your regular one, brush the paste onto your teeth and allow it to sit for 5 minutes. Rinse your mouth out and clean your teeth with toothpaste using your regular toothbrush. Do this up to 5x a week.

2. Swap coffee for tea
Unfortunately, coffee tends to stain teeth, but fortunately, Morlife has an extensive range of functional naturopathically formulated teas that are teeth friendly! Our 16 tea range feature herbs, spices and extracts with delicious natural flavours. They are also made with organic ingredients and use unbleached paper for the tea bags. If you’re in need of an energy hit, our Guarana Spirit tea is the tea for you!

3. Brush your tongue
Yes tongue brushing is actually a thing, and it will become your new breath friend! Scraping the tongue gets rid of excess bacteria to help reduce the build-up in your mouth. This can easily be done using a tongue scraper.

4. Cut out soft drinks
Many soft drinks on the market contain artificial colours which are doing no favours for your teeth, not to mention their high sugar content! Instead, try adding Morlife’s Coconut Water Powder to water for a subtle sweet coconut taste and beneficial electrolytes.

5. Prebiotics & Probiotics
You will be smiling from the inside out with the addition of pre & probiotics in your diet which promotes healthy functioning bowels. Morlife has both Certified Organic Inulin Powder as well as Inulin Plus which contains the benefits of prebiotic fibres; Inulin & Fructooligosaccarides.