Why do a lot of vegans and vegetarians have yellow/stained teeth (don;t take offense)?

Asked: Why do a lot of vegans and vegetarians have yellow/stained teeth (don;t take offense)?

It's just an observation.

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my friend's teeth were yellow before she became a vegetarian!! (she said it so don't worry, i'm not being mean!) but anyway… i haven't noticed this to be true.



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People have stained teeth for a number of reasons; coffee, smoking, tea, poor brushing habits. It has nothing to do with eating a vegan diet. Now, teeth aren't supposed to be white either. Having a tan helps make your teeth look brighter too.



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my teeth are beautiful, my dentist told me so =D

fresh fruit and vegetables don't make you teeth yellow! i have never seen a vegan with yellow teeth but maybe the ones you know drink a lot of tea and coffee.



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I haven't noticed any correlation between veg*nism and yellow teeth, and you won't convince me that one exists without actual scientific evidence; personal anecdotes won't do.



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I don't brush often enough and I drink too much coffee. Do you work at a grocery store? How do you know peoples eating habits?



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I'm not offended, but curious as to what your "a lot" is based off.I meet many more animal killers with yellow ugly teeth than I do vegetarians.

I guess there are those non-hygeine focused veg*ns who may have crappy teeth and BO, but I used to live in the South where every guntoting redneck smelled like BO, cigarettes, diesel, and rotting bacon.



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