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Our weather has been a bit of a roller coaster lately – cool one day and hot the next. Late last week we suddenly hit upper 70s/low 80s and were digging out our shorts to wear. I’m guilty of indulging in ice cream quite frequently on days like this. A nice, cool treat.
Last year I was pregnant the entire summer and really couldn’t fight off the craving for chocolate ice cream. But I didn’t want all the calories and I still don’t. Thankfully, I found a way around them by making what I call the ‘fake’ shake.
While I cut the calories, I still had one problem – sensitivity to cold foods & beverages. In recent months I’ve noticed that anything too cold will give a couple of my teeth pain which makes it difficult for me to enjoy several of my favorite treats including shakes.
In search of long-lasting relief for my sensitive teeth, I purchased a Colgate Sensitive Toothbrush and Sensitivity Pen. I found it at Kroger in the toothpaste aisle near the pharmacy. (Tip: check Kroger’s website before you shop as many Kroger and Kroger banner stores have a digital coupon right now for Colgate Sensitive Toothbrush and Sensitivity Pen.)
I started using it and noticed an improvement in my teeth sensitivity in about 3 days. The Actis Enamel Pen blocks sensitivity at the source of pain. Simply: Brush, Apply, Go. And, since the pen stores inside the included toothbrush, there is no losing it or forgetting to use it. It’s there and ready every time I brush my teeth.
With my tooth sensitivity finally under control, I was excited to whip up a quick chocolate ‘fake’ shake to enjoy without the fear of pain.
1 cup of crushed Ice
1-1/2 tbsp unsweetened Cocoa Powder
1/2 tsp of Vanilla Extract
1/2 cup of Milk
Add crushed ice, banana, cocoa powder, and vanilla to blender. Pour milk over. Blend until smooth. Pour into cup and enjoy!
Do you battle with sensitive teeth too? What’s your favorite warm weather treat?