Too much intake of sugar can cause cavities, coffee and wine stain your teeth. We know what are the foods that are bad. Then which are the ones that are good for us. Read on for a few foods that do the magic of bringing in the bright smile on your face.
Besides being delicious, cheese– most dairy products contain protein and calcium which help to protect and strengthen your enamel of your teeth.
Like cheese, yogurt is also high in calcium and protein content. And also loaded with probiotics (aka good bacteria) that help keep your gums healthy. Just stick to the kinds of less sugar, like Greek or Skyr.
Certain fruits, such as apples, are packed with fiber and water. Have one after a meal to gently scrub and rinse away any remaining food particles from your mouth.
The fibrous texture, munching some raw carrots increases the saliva production in the mouth that in turn reduces the risk of getting cavities.
Crispy and raw veggies are good for your and your teeth. And while those pesky little strings inside a stalk of celery can be annoying to chew, they’re actually quite effective at scraping food particles away.
Spinach and kale have tons of calcium and folic acid, that helps to build your teeth’s enamel. On the opposite end of the spectrum of things, leafy greens like spinach and kale have tons of calcium and folic acid, which help to build your teeth’s enamel.