Flavored Mouth Guard for Sports

Here’s another cool find! A sports mouth guard that is flavored! No more blah or bad tasting piece of rubber.  They are made by a company called MoGo and have four flavors available mint, lemon, orange and fruit punch.  To top that off they look pretty cool too.

“Revolutionary flavor technology allows MoGo to add flavor to plastic, creating the world’s first flavored mouthguard. The result is the freshest tasting sports mouthguard ever. The flavor is not coated or sprayed on the plastic; it is embedded into the plastic so the flavor lasts game after game after game… Exceptional design allows for maximum comfort, performance, protection & breathability. The flavor is made from all-natural ingredients. All flavors and materials are FDA compliant & BPA free. Quick-release tether Included. Not designed for braces. Adult Size: 12 Years and Older. Youth Size: 11 Years and Younger.”

I personally bought a MOGO mouth guard for my son and he said it’s really minty tasting, doesn’t taste rubbery at all.  And of course he is already asking for the other flavors because I told him he could just have one to start with until we knew if he liked it… he loves it!
They are available online here.


What the Olympic Rings Stand For

I’ve been watching some of the Olympics with my children.  It’s amazing to see the incredible things that these athletes do.  I think of the long hours and hard work it took to get there and I can’t help truly admiring their dedication.  My daughter has been especially interested in the gymnastics and it’s recorded so, we’ve watched that several times.   Being a curious trivia kind of person though, I wondered what the Olympic Rings stood for so I headed over to Wiki and got my answer!

The five Olympic rings represent the five parts of the world involved in the Olympics “…the six colors [including the flag’s white background] thus combined reproduce the colors of all the nations, with no exception. The blue and yellow of Sweden, the blue and white of Greece, the tri- colours of France, England and America, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Hungary, the yellow and red of Spain next to the novelties of Brazil or Australia, with old Japan and new China. Here is truly an international symbol.” You can read more about it here.

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