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7 best foods for your teeth

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When it comes to the health of your teeth, you really are what you eat. Sugary foods, such as lollies and soft drink contribute to tooth decay. One of the first areas to decline when your diet is less than ideal is your oral health. Tooth enamel is, well, minerals. Different acidic foods and drinks may cause erosion of the enamel, so to make your teeth strong again you need to put some minerals back and try to restore what is lost. The main heroes here are calcium and phosphorous. These elements are the building blocks of enamel and consuming foods rich in them is a necessity if you want to keep your teeth strong and healthy.

The difference between a healthy smile and frequent visits to the dentist might be your diet. Even if you have a perfect oral hygiene routine, it might be hard to keep your teeth healthy, if you don’t watch what you eat.  Eating more of certain healthy foods will not only improve your overall diet, but also the health of your mouth. Check out the Seven best foods for your teeth here.

 

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