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Garden Foods that |Improve Your Oral Health

Posted on 7/23/2020 by Dr. Saklofsky
As it turns out, certain eating habits can help us kill many birds with one stone. Some foods can supply our bodily cells with the fuels needed for their activities while also helping us out with our oral hygiene. If we incorporate certain garden foods into our regular diets, we can minimize the stress of finding healthy foods to eat while maintaining tip-top dental health. Some garden foods have impressive mouth-cleansing capabilities and imbue our teeth with the qualities needed to fight off bacterial invasion and tooth decay. Some Garden Foods that are Highly Beneficial to Dental Health A wide variety of garden foods are rich sources of vitamin C, which rejuvenates and reinforces your teeth and gums. Vitamin C also reinforces blood vessels and connective tissues to promote the transportation of nutrients to gum cells. Vitamin C is also a good anti-inflammatory substance that can help stall the deterioration of gum inflammation. Fruits like orange, grapefruits, and other citrus, as well as veggies, and roots are all great sources of vitamin C you should always have handy on your dining table. High-fiber fruits and veggies like apples, carrots, kale, spinach, and other leafy greens can also double as a mouth cleanser. Their fibrous texture can do a great job in wiping out stain and food particles off the surface of your teeth. They also stimulate saliva secretion, which also helps in the removal of food and microbial sediments from the mouth. These effects also work to eliminate bad breath. Veggies and fruits like apple, ginger, etc. are also excellent natural breath fresheners. As you can see, the benefits of incorporating mouth-friendly garden foods into your meals are immense. So, do yourself a favor and always keep a bowl of crunchy, juicy, and hearty salad greens and fruits handy on your dining table or fridge. Want more info on how best to use mouth-friendly veggies to shore up your dental health? Our dental experts are always pleased to pass on highly personalized recommendations to our callers and visitors....
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