Rush to Brush

Here’s a quick trick that has worked for me and many others. If you feel as if you’re about to eat something on your “Not Worth It List,” immediately brush your teeth. The fluoride taste and thought of having to brush your teeth again often squelches the desire. I travel with a toothbrush in my backpack since I don’t ever want to be caught with food in my teeth while I’m performing on stage. After I finish my main course, I quickly go to the washroom to brush my teeth before they bring out the dessert menu. It gives me a fighting chance to say “no” to dessert.





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