I think dental hygiene (including type of toothpaste) and diet play some role for a bunch of us. Your diet sounds on the more acidic range of the spectrum, including the eggs, Special K (wheat, sugar, and HFCS in the US), cranberry and orange juices. Try to find other healthy and easy (and appealing!) foods. And maybe switch toothpastes several times to find the least aggravating (I use a dot of Auromere).
Amaranth, lentils, sweetcorn, wild rice, quinoa, millet, and buckwheat take longer to cook but are your low alkaline-forming grains. Brown rice and oats are supposely low acid-forming. Goat dairy products are more alkaline than other dairy. Get some alkaline fruit into your routine (I've been subsisting on berries, figs, bananas, and pears for months). Try to use cold-pressed coconut and olive oils, or at least canola oil, not any corn or vegetable oils. How do you prepare your chicken legs?
And do you drink alcohol or smoke? I think they both aggravate the condition more than they help with their mood-enhancing effects.
Here are two fairly decent sites that reference a low acid diet and show the foods. The latter has them ranked by approximate alkalinity.
I'm not sure if this is the answer to your condition, as there could be a bacterial or fungal infection as well. Take a series of photos of your lips' development and we can get a clearer idea of what your condition looks like, and what other users are similar. I've never had the white slime that bad (or on my teeth), and don't have it at all now.
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