The advertisement for ForeverMints brand claims that they make the longest lasting breath mints. Once placed inside the mouth, a single breath mint lasts three hours during the day and up to eight hours overnight, before... More »

F&F, the candy manufacturer that bought Sen-Sen from the Warner-Lambert company in 1977, discontinued the production of Sen-Sen mints in July 2013. There are listings for Sen-Sen mints on eBay.com, but the mints cannot b... More »

Flavored toothpicks freshen your breath after a meal when you can't brush your teeth. Save money by making your own mint-flavored toothpicks in two days using essential oil. Make sure to have a jar with a lid, tweezers a... More »

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Many low-calorie, sugar-free foods and beverages such as gum, breath mints, diet sodas, yogurts, cereal, powdered drink mixes, nutritional bars, pudding and meal replacements contain aspartame. Aspartame is an artificial... More »

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Xylitol is used in products such as sugar-free gum, breath mints, cough syrup, candy, desserts, mouthwashes, children's chewable vitamins and even toothpaste. Xylitol works to sweeten commercial products and is created b... More »

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The world record survival from starvation is 94 days; the record was set by Irish Republicans jailed in the 1920s. Some Irish Republican Army members jailed in the 1980s survived for 46 to 73 days without eating. They al... More »

Brownies last three to four days at room temperature. Typically, brownies should be stored in the pantry in an airtight container. Brownies can be frozen for no longer than four to six months for optimal quality but rema... More »