Thursday, October 13, 2011

Foods that help prevent cavities

La salud bucal.
We tell you how we can avoid them through good nutrition, as there are foods that help us take care of our oral health.Pay close attention!

- Food detergents, these foods that contain cleansing properties, so they remove food debris that may have been, among these are highlighted crisp apples and pears and a lot of raw vegetables like celery, zucchini, lettuce, cucumbers and carrots.

- Fatty foods, which are rich in calcium, such as Cheddar and Swiss cheese. Also others like black chocolate that helps prevent bacteria from sticking to our teeth because it contains magnesium. Nuts are also very good, especially almonds, hazelnuts, cashews and Brazil nuts.

These are the foods that we should include in our diet, while some as we must also avoid sugary soft drinks greatly affect our diet.

These were the tips that we had to give, we hope will be very useful!

30 comments:

  1. High-fiber foods like dried fruits and beans also keep saliva flowing, creating mineral defenses against tooth decay. In order to have healthy gums, whole grains should be included in the diet.

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  2. I was shocked when my dentist suggested that I take detergent foods. She explained that the cleansing properties mechanically scrub the debris off tooth surfaces. This will prevent the formation of dental cavities.

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  3. I love pears. Aside from its taste, pears are also nutritious and oh, have dental benefits as well. Great indeed.
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  4. I love eating celery and cucumber. Aside from the fact that these vegetables have antihypertensive properties, these vegetables are also good to prevent tooth decay and dental caries because of their cleansing properties.

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  5. You must determine what food is good to your oral health. This will give you another way to prevent cavities. I suggest take milk and fish it will give you stronger teeth.

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  6. I love cucumbers. They are healthy vegetables. Cucumbers are rich in antioxidants that make the skin and body healthy. I also use cucumber to remove debris in between the teeth.
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  7. I'm taking a mental note of these food suggestions. I just had a denture repair and I don't want to ruin my remaining teeth.

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  8. I didn't know that the magnesium content of fatty food helps prevent bacteria from sticking to our teeth. Thanks for sharing this awesome tips!

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  9. I'm glad to have read this because I didn't know that zucchini and the other leafy vegetables that I eat are good for my teeth. I think I'll follow my orthodontist Concord NC advice to eat more of these vegetables and drink less caffeine.

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  10. Prevention is always better than cure. Avoiding food that may hurt our teeth is the best thing to do. Your list of foods that help prevent cavities is very interesting. I have never heard about this.

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  11. It's good to know that this list of foods can prevent cavities. Celery and cucumbers are among my favorites. I always eat cucumbers because I just love it. I really did not know that this vegetable can help prevent dental caries. Anyway, I will surely eat some of the foods listed above to have a more presentable set of teeth.


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  12. These are amazing tips. I should start including
    these in my diet to prevent cavity. Thanks for sharing these awesome and very helpful information.


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  13. I am health conscious and this information has greatly helped me be aware of the food I eat. My dentist Sydney told me to eat sweets moderately, but this has informed me about other food alternatives that I could take to avoid cavities.

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  14. I wish I had known that eating chocolate would benefit my oral health! I've learned so much from the Lubbock dentists I've consulted with, including the fact that some vegetables are "food detergents."

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  15. It's an eye opener article because for years, I have avoided those foods because I simply don't like them. But now that I'm more health conscious, I'll follow these tips and I think it will prevent me from going to my Bartlett dentist often.

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  16. I didn't know there were cavity-preventing foods! I'll ask the dentists in Myrtle Beach SC I consult with if there are other things I could eat for my teeth.

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  17. I have thought that eating fats aren't good to health, but thank you for informing me that it has good benefits for oral health. My Las Vegas dentist also says that the other foods that you suggested indeed helps prevent cavities.

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  18. This is very surprising. I didn't know that food rich in calcium can help prevent cavities. I should start eating more nuts and almonds. Thanks for the information.


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  19. This is a great information. I should start eating apples and pears so as to prevent tooth cavity. I'm a bit surprise that fatty food can actually prevent tooth cavity as well.

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  20. When my dentist in mobile told me that I should be taking food detergents I was really surprised with how it sounded. I didn’t know that there is such type of food. But then I took his advice and I’m glad I did, now I have healthy looking teeth and have a proper diet as well.

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  21. Cavities is one of the most dangerous teeth problem. Some studies says, it may cause cancer on the latter part if you. Visiting dentist from time to time and having a proper guidance in cleaning your teeth will help you avoid having cavities.

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  22. I never thought there were actual foods that could prevent cavities. If this was real, then I would definitely eat more of these food often. Imagine how much I can avoid cavities if I eat these and brush at the same time? But of course, before I do this, I will discuss it with my laurel dentist first to make sure.

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  23. Hope these work with teeth whitening too. Because I don't want to keep on getting my teeth whitening lafayette all the time. Nice food choices too.

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  24. Me too! I am planning to have teeth whitening done at the sydney cosmetic dentistry but I'm afraid that will compromise my food choices once I have the sparkly shiny white teeth! What do you think?

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  25. This is great, Now I know what foods I can eat to at least prevent cavities even a little. I know my dentist who does my teeth whitening lafayette will be proud as well , cavity wise.

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  27. Oh, I must be lucky then. I usually eat all those everyday. No wonder I don't have to go to my dental office consulting most of the time. He must be proud of me.

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