how often do you floss your teeth?
Edit: I thought I would ask because I wonder if our gums are meant to handle it. I remember in college (7 years ago), a friend of mine had a friend whose dad was a dentist. He told his family not to floss every day. I should have asked why, but I didn't. Now when I floss, that interaction always comes to mind.
I used to floss everyday, twice a day. Now that I have been following a paleo diet I find my teeth just don't get as coated as they used to. My hygienist thinks I'm doing a super job keeping my teeth clean. But I tell her that it's what I am eating. I floss mostly everyday, but there are days when I skip. I also used to have periodontal disease which I cured without root scraping or surgery.
I confess that I floss once a day before bed. However, since Paleo man probably didn't do it, I am concerned about the grave consequences that could arise from this. Maybe it would be more Paleo to go round with food particles hanging from my teeth, even though I would probably never get any sweet lovin' from women in that case.