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Posted on 7/23/2019 by Bryan Neu
|You likely know that sugary foods are bad for your teeth and that you should choose fruits and veggies instead. However, you might not know which items you should actually eat, as not all foods in the produce section are good for your teeth. These fresh and delicious produce options are easy to have on hand for a mouth-healthy snack.
An apple a day may not keep the dentist away, but they will certainly help your heath to stay healthy. Apples are nature's toothbrush, as their fibrous texture stimulates the gums, increases saliva production, and reduces cavity-causing bacteria. They are high in vitamin C, which protect your gums from infection. Apples are also full of soluble fiber, which can lower cholesterol and provide a wealth of other helpful health benefits.
Similar to apples, carrots are packed with fiber and are also quite crunchy. They stimulate the production of saliva, which helps to keep your mouth clean. Carrots are also high in vitamin A and other important nutrients.
Salad of Leafy Greens
A pre-made salad full of leafy greens is another great produce option to have on hand. Your local grocery store probably has many different options in their vegetable selection. Leafy greens are low in calories but are packed full of important vitamins and minerals. Spinach and kale are especially helpful for the teeth, as they contain calcium, which is an essential nutrient for strong enamel.
Many people avoid celery, believing it to be bland and stringy. However, like other fruits and veggies, it can act like a toothbrush to scrape bacteria, food particles, and plaque off of your teeth. It is also high in vitamin C and A, which are important for gum health.
Regardless of how healthy you eat, you should never skip your dental cleanings and evaluations. Call us today to set up your next appointment.
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