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  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Chewing gum
Chewing gum comes in a variety of flavors, depending on location, and is most often chewed for the flavor.
Chewing gum is a combination of a water-insoluble phase, known as gum base, and a water-soluble phase of sweeteners, flavoring and sometimes food coloring.
Chewing gum is popular with American football coaches; the stereotypical image is of the ruminating coach standing at the sidelines with his arms crossed, motionless except for the regular rhythm of the jaw as he chews.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Chewing_gum   (2394 words)

  
 Vegetarian Frequently Asked Questions - Ingredients
Most chewing gums innocuously list "gum base" as one of their ingredients, masking the fact that petroleum, lanolin, glycerin, polyethylene, polyvinyl acetate, petroleum wax, stearic acid, and latex (a possible allergen) may be among the components.
According to Dertoline, a French chemical manufacturer, their adhesive "dercolytes" are used as a label and tape adhesive, as well as a chewing gum base.
BHT is a preservative and antioxidant used as a chewing gum base for potato and sweet potato flakes and dry breakfast cereals.
www.ivu.org /faq/ingredients.html   (1510 words)

  
  Bubblegum Summary
Bubble gum tends to be less viscous than standard chewing gum in order to facilitate bubble blowing.
In the United States, bubble gum is often dispensed by gumball machines.
To blow bigger bubbles, the gum is chewed for at least five or ten minutes before starting to blow in order to remove as much sugar as possible from the gum.
www.bookrags.com /Bubblegum   (1126 words)

  
 Chewing gum
Chewing gum is like confectionery, but it is made to be chewed, not swallowed.
Unsweetened (sugar free) chewing gum stimulates saliva production, and helps to clean the surface of the teeth (even sugary gum may be helpful, since the sugar dissolves out very quickly).
An old wives' tale states that chewing gum, if swallowed may take up to seven years to become fully digested, and that swallowing gum could also result in the substance becoming lodged in the oesophagus.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/c/ch/chewing_gum.html   (251 words)

  
 History of Chewing Gum
Gum comes in a variety of flavors, depending on location and is most often chewed for the flavor.
Bubblegum is a type of chewing gum that is especially designed for blowing bubbles.
This is untrue, and although chewing gum does resist complete digestion by the body, it is expelled like other foods, though relatively unchanged.
www.edinformatics.com /inventions_inventors/chewing_gum.htm   (499 words)

  
 Glee Gum - News - All natural chewing gum and make your own candy science educational kits
Gum is America's favorite snack, according to a survey released last week by the NPD Group, a market research company.
Bubble gum, even brands that do not add to the family dental bill, has been in a slump that started after the glory days of the late 1980's and early 1990's, when flavored versions were introduced.
Do I chew gum on a business meeting or on a date?" Despite the innovation, classic Wrigley flavors like Doublemint and spearmint are still growing, particularly among some immigrant groups who look to iconic American brands as a way to assimilate, Mr.
www.gleegum.com /news-ny-times.htm   (1243 words)

  
 physics - Chewing gum
Chewing gum is a type of confectionery which is designed to be chewed, not swallowed.
Chicle is nonetheless still the base of choice for some "upscale" gum brands, as well as some regional markets, such as that of Japan.
Unusually for a confectionery, chewing gum has some health benefits; unsweetened (sugar free) chewing gum stimulates saliva production, and helps to clean the surface of the teeth, whilst even sugary gum may be helpful, as the sugar dissolves out very quickly.
www.physicsdaily.com /physics/Chewing_gum   (261 words)

  
 Definition of List of Chewing gum brands
This is a list of chewing gum manufacturers.
For a list of popular brand names, go back to the article on chewing gum.
The list of authors can be found here.
www.wordiq.com /definition/List_of_Chewing_gum_brands   (98 words)

  
 Gum makers gnashing teeth for flavors that will keep adults chewing | The San Diego Union-Tribune
Gum chewers are a fickle lot, with 60 percent changing flavors and brands regularly.
There were novelties aimed at children, like 6-foot rolls of sour bubble gum and ABC gum, which is sold in lumps that look like the already-been-chewed gum that brothers often tease their younger siblings with.
Chewing gum analysts – and there are such people – wonder just how much hotter and icier Americans can go.
www.signonsandiego.com /uniontrib/20050619/news_1n19gum.html   (1008 words)

  
 Researchers, companies chew over popularity of gum
"You're not going to see the commissioner chewing gum, but I have noticed a lot of people within the administration, fairly highly placed, who are chewing gum now," she said.
Gum is America's favorite snack, according to a survey released recently by the NPD Group, a market research company.
To keep adults chewing longer, gum makers are introducing an ever-expanding line of flavors and textures, and experimenting with gums that give chewers a jolt of caffeine, vitamins or cholesterol-reducing drugs.
www.azcentral.com /arizonarepublic/local/articles/0619gum19.html   (518 words)

  
 Diamond Dentistry - Use of Tobacco & Dentistry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-23)
Chewing tobacco includes snuff, a finely ground version of processed tobacco, and chewing tobacco in the form of shredded or pressed bricks and cakes, called plugs, or rope-like strands called twists.
Chewing tobacco users have a decreased sense of smell and taste, and they are at greater risk of developing cavities.
In addition to cleaning teeth and treating bad breath and puffy, swollen gums associated with tobacco use, Dr. Peoples and Dr. Castleberry may prescribe a variety of nicotine replacement therapies, such as the transdermal nicotine patch or chewing gum that helps to wean addicted snuff dippers or tobacco chewers.
www.diamonddentistry.com /tobacco.htm   (748 words)

  
 Chewing gum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-23)
The Greeks chewed mastic gum, made from the bark of the mastic tree.
Chewing gum has also been identified with improving memory according to various studies.
The chewing process expends 12 calories/hour and chewing gum when travelling on an aircraft can counteract the irritation caused by changes in air pressure.
www.guideofpills.com /Chewing_gum.html   (792 words)

  
 News | TimesDaily.com | TimesDaily | Florence, AL
Chewing gum containing xylitol probably inhibits the formation of cavities.
Xylitol chewing gum and dental caries, by Tanzer JM Sugar-free chewing gum stimulates saliva production, and chewing after eating helps to neutralize the effect of acids on the teeth.
In many American, Canadian, and Australian schools, chewing gum is prohibited and being caught using it may lead to disciplinary action.
www.timesdaily.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=chewing_gum   (2145 words)

  
 The Analyst - Internet Health Report: Treatment: Chewing Gum
Chewing gum stimulates the production of saliva, which can help neutralize and wash away the acid in your throat when swallowed.
Xylitol gum is the healthy gum that is good for your teeth.
Xylitol is the natural sweetener used in chewing gum, mints and toothpaste that has the ability to fight cavities and dental plaque.
www.digitalnaturopath.com /treat/T363081.html   (312 words)

  
 List of chewing gum brands - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-23)
This is a list of chewing gum manufacturers.
For a list of popular brand names, go back to the article on chewing gum.
This page was last modified 09:42, 23 Jun 2005.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/List_of_chewing_gum_brands   (41 words)

  
 Topic: Is chewing gum healthy for baby? | Baby Names World
But I don't know if chewing too much gum would hurt bc they are sugar free which mean I don't know if it's made with artificial sweetener.
Chewing gum cannot possibly be that bad since I was never told not to do it.
I realized extra sugar free gum had aspartame I was so sad, I used to chew that stuff like crazy, but those artificial sweetners are very bad for you and baby.
www.babynamesworld.com /forum/topic63400.html   (747 words)

  
 Tattoo Bubble Gum
Chewing Gum, Bubble Gum, Mints, Life Savers Candy, Cough Drops
This is a box of 30 wrapped pieces of bubble gum.
Insude each piece is a sheet of tattoo's to wet and put on yourself.
www.blaircandy.com /tabugum.html   (73 words)

  
 Animal Products List
Used mainly on pizzas and in some brands of Worcestershire sauce.
May be listed as 'colour 120’ when used in food products.
As the original L-Cysteine amino acid is not present in the final product, by law there is no requirement to list it as an ingredient.
www.vnv.org.au /AnimalProducts.htm   (1102 words)

  
 Brands found in Tintin books - Tintinologist.org
Complete list of brands in Tintin albums, in alphabetical order.
There are 120 brands mentioned in the Tintin series.
Bross and Clackwell is a nice spoonerism on this devised by the English translators.
www.tintinologist.org /guides/lists/brands.html   (662 words)

  
 The Seattle Times: Nation & World: Turning to a snack with more pop, fewer calories
For that, she relies on spicy white pellets of Altoids gum in a stylish tin.
Gum is the nation's favorite snack, according to a survey released last week by the NPD Group, a market-research company.
Gum makers are experimenting with gums that give chewers a jolt of caffeine, vitamins or cholesterol-reducing drugs.
seattletimes.nwsource.com /html/nationworld/2002340833_gum19.html?syndication=rss   (560 words)

  
 Eric Shackle's eBook - Chewng Gum
As everyone knows, millions of blobs of discarded chewing gum disfigure streets, pavements/sidewalks, statues, parks, public transport, theatre seats and out-of-sight areas of hotel bars, coffee tables and chairs.
Chewing gum has five basic ingredients - sweeteners, corn syrup, softeners, flavors and gum base (the part that puts the "chew" in chewing gum).
Gum chewing, is indeed, an integral part of most of our lives and has been since most of us remember.
www.bdb.co.za /shackle/articles/gum.htm   (2679 words)

  
 ScienceDaily: Chewing Tobacco Use Linked To Dental Caries
The CDC-NIH study of dental caries and chewing tobacco use in the United States is the first large-scale, detailed analysis of the relationship between dental decay and the leafy form of tobacco.
Chewing tobacco is a bulky, leafy form of tobacco that is packaged as loose leaf, plugs, or twists, and snuff is a finely ground or shredded tobacco.
The study showed that men who use chewing tobacco exclusively were four times more likely than those who had never used tobacco to have one or more decayed or filled root surface.
www.sciencedaily.com /releases/1999/11/991109072320.htm   (873 words)

  
 Chewing gum External link confectionery chicle petroleum teeth nicotine Bazooka Joe Doublemint Juicy Fruit Dentyne Ice   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-23)
Chewing gum External link confectionery chicle petroleum teeth nicotine Bazooka Joe Doublemint Juicy Fruit Dentyne Ice
Up until WWII, chewing gum was made of a substance called chicle mixed with flavorings.
How General Santa Anna went on from the Alamo to create the American chewing gum industry...
en.powerwissen.com /q77SxhzaioQ%7C%7CSL%7C%7CgMj9aRVyQA%3D%3D_Chewing_gum.html   (325 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Chewing Gum: The Fortunes of Taste: Books: Michae Redclift   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-23)
With gum added to WWII service rations, 150 billion sticks were shipped overseas, but bubble gum synthetics brought the era of Mayan-harvested chicle to a close.
Gum's constellation of influences even includes Mexican general Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, British historian Redclift informs us, whose chance 1869 meeting with one Thomas Adams instigated the birth of the industry.
Turning from gum as political force to gum as cultural force, Redclift interestingly explains its advertising-driven associations with youth and rebellion, boosted by its inclusion in American military rations in World War II.
www.amazon.com /Chewing-Gum-Fortunes-Michae-Redclift/dp/041594418X   (1480 words)

  
 AGD - Is Tobacco Safe?
Double dippers, who mix snuff and chewing tobacco, are more likely to develop precancerous lesions than those who use only one type of spit tobacco.
In addition to cleaning teeth and treating bad breath and puffy, swollen gums associated with tobacco use, your dentist may prescribe a variety of nicotine replacement therapies, such as the transdermal nicotine patch or chewing gum that helps to wean addicted snuff dippers or tobacco chewers.
Make a list of three situations you're most likely to dip and chew, and make every effort to avoid using tobacco at those times.
www.agd.org /consumer/topics/tobacco/main.asp   (838 words)

  
 Peelu - Chewing Gum - Vitamin C Dental, 12 Units / 100 pieces
Chewing Gum - Vitamin C Dental, 12 Units / 100 pieces
First, it is packed with soft fibers that clean teeth as effectively but more gently than the abrasives in regular toothpastes, which consist of fine, but hard particles of various minerals.
These benefits may be caused by the synergistic action of Peelu"s main constituents, which include large amounts of chlorine, an alkaloid-rich resin, vitamin C, and a variety of antimicrobial sulfur compounds.
www.vitaminwarehouse.com /shop/detail.cfm/sku/83506/rfr/YAH   (425 words)

  
 Pharyngula: Gum disintegration syndrome
I'm not much of a gum-chewer, and never have been…but I remember gum from when I was a kid, and you could chew and chew and maintain a flavorless wad for a long time.
Strangely I had been chewing a large mass of gum for several days (I was only 10 or so at the time, and I had to make my gum last!) and when I added another piece of gum to the wad, it suddenly became much more runny, and was sticking to my teeth.
WOW im actually chewing gum right now and its doing this (tries eating chocolate and all the otehr stuff people said worked so I guess you were all right!) I found that it's happening because im not chewing on it, im just sucking on it.
scienceblogs.com /pharyngula/2006/10/gum_disintegration_syndrome.php   (2456 words)

  
 CNN.com - Cadbury chews up $4.2bn gum maker - Dec. 17, 2002
The deal makes Cadbury, which owns the Dairy Milk chocolate, Trebor mints and Dandy gum brands, the second-biggest chewing gum maker in the world with a market share of 26 percent.
Cadbury bought French gum brand Hollywood for £170 million from Kraft in 2001 and swallowed Denmark's Dandy for £350 million earlier this year pushing it to number three in the world.
The UK group sees gum as faster-growing and more international than chocolate, which tends to reflect national taste and be relatively static in mature western markets.
archives.cnn.com /2002/BUSINESS/12/17/cadbury   (442 words)

  
 TUTT Chewing Gum - "On Search Engines In 1995: Before Millions" - sales@tuttgroup.com
Email with a bubble gum factory in Lebanon that found TUTT Chewing Gum in March 2000 and said: "We are pleased to introduce you our company.
After you are listed at the top of TUTT Chewing Gum Page, we will email TUTT Chewing Gum Email List, Chewing Gum manufacturers and trading companies in many countries can email you direct.
TUTT Chewing Gum Email List may be the oldest and largest Chewing Gum email list in the world, with Chewing Gum manufacturers and trading companies in many countries.
www.tuttglobal.com /a/chew-gum.htm   (942 words)

  
 Ohaus USA
If the gum should come in contact with any lab surface other than the wrapper, you must throw the gum away and start over.
Remove the gum from its wrapper, flatten the wrapper out and place it on the pan of the balance.
With the gum on the balance pan, move the cursor to any place on the graph and left click the mouse.
www.ohaus.com /products/education/masstracker/302index.asp   (685 words)

  
 Green Tea Sugar Free Chewing Gum | MEGA-T | Walgreens
The Mega-T Green Tea Chewing Gum contains green tea extract in a patent pending concentrated formula so that each piece equals the amount of super antioxidant you'd get in 2 cups of real green tea.
Mega-T Green Tea Chewing Gum has been created by Dr. Stephen Hsu, the noted cell biologist and one of the leading researchers of the many health benefits generated from the polyphenols EGCG of green tea.
Chew 1 piece of gum 3 times a day or after every meal for at least 15 minutes.
www.walgreens.com /store/product.jhtml?CATID=100189&id=prod1173324   (312 words)

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