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15 Super Foods For Healthy Teeth

Super Foods For Healthy Teeth

Strong healthy sparkling white teeth are a must for everyone. Daily brushing and flossing teeth helps keep teeth clean and healthy. Dental hygiene is a must and regular clean up of teeth at the dentist is of utmost importance. As avoiding certain foods is a must for preventing dental cavities and tooth decay. Similarly regular consumption of certain foods is a must keeping teeth healthy and strong.

Mentioned Below Are Certain Foods Which Help In Keeping Teeth Healthy:

Apples

Eating apple on a regular basis after having food helps in cleaning the teeth. It also increases saliva secretion and thus prevents the formation of cavities. The vitamins and minerals keep teeth healthy.

Apples (2)

Nuts

Nuts like peanuts, almonds; walnuts etc are loaded with vitamins, zinc, folic acid, calcium magnesium etc which help in keeping teeth healthy. Eat a handful of nuts regularly to maintain healthy teeth.

Nuts

Water

Water is important for keeping the gums hydrated and helps in the secretion of saliva. It prevents the decay of tooth and also helps in depositing minerals on the teeth. Drink plenty of water for maintenance of oral health.

Drinking Water

Cheese

Nibbling cheese is good for the teeth as it has calcium and phosphorous. It also helps in the secretion of saliva and reduces the acidic effect in the mouth. Eat a little cheese every day after meals.

Cottage Cheese

Oranges

Oranges contain vitamin C and D .They also contain calcium. They do not allow bacteria to settle down in the mouth and also prevent the decay of teeth. You can eat oranges or have fresh orange juice. Remember to gargle mouth with water after having orange juice.

Oranges

Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate contains large amount of cocoa which is loaded with tannins. Tannin protects the gums from inflammation and decay. It also prevents the deposition of plaque and also improves blood circulation. The antioxidants in the cocoa are good for the teeth and gums. Binge on some dark chocolate on a regular basis.

Dark Chocolate (2)

Milk

Milk is a rich source of calcium which helps in keeping teeth strong. Milk is also good for the enamel. Drink milk on a regular basis if you wish to keep your teeth strong and healthy.

Buttermilk

Tea

The poly phenols and catechins in tea control the bacteria in the oral cavity. Tea helps prevent tooth decay and also prevents the formation of plaque and thus protects the teeth.

Green Tea (2)

Licorice

Licorice has antibacterial properties and hence prevents the formation of cavities. It helps prevent tooth decay and prevents plaque as well.

Licorice

Mushrooms

Mushrooms contain vitamin D which helps in the absorption of calcium which in turn helps to keep the teeth strong and healthy. Regular consumption of mushrooms is a must.

Cremini Mushrooms

Bone Broth

Bone broth is prepares by boiling meat and bones for one hour in water so that all the nutrients of the meat and bones penetrate into the water. This is a calcium rich super food and helps in keeping the teeth healthy and strong and prevents tooth decay.

Bone Broth

Spices

Spices like cloves, cinnamon, cumin, coriander etc are also useful in preventing tooth decay. They are rich in nutrients which help in keeping the teeth strong and also prevent the accumulation of bacteria due to their antibacterial properties.

spices

Cod Liver Oil

Cod liver oil has vitamins A and D. These vitamins help in keeping the teeth and gums strong and healthy.

Fermented Cod Liver Oil

Liver

Liver of chicken and lamb is rich source of vitamin A and D. These help maintain oral health. They also help in keeping gum diseases at bay.

Turkey liver

Chewing Sugar Free Gum

Chewing sugar free gum after meals helps remove the food particles in the teeth and helps prevent tooth decay. It also helps in the secretion of more saliva which helps prevent tooth and gum decay.

chewing gum

So make these foods a part of your daily diet and keep your teeth strong and healthy.


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