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by Wildsmile

“Humans are what we eat.” Ludwig Feuerbach

Taking care of the health of your mouth and gums not only has to do with a proper oral hygiene, but also with knowing which foods make your teeth stronger and healthier. Take note of which ones they are and make sure you include them in your everyday diet, so you can have healthy teeth and show off an enviable smile.


What foods should you eat to have healthy teeth?


If you don't eat these foods very often, don't worry, it's never too late to start healthy habits and they are very easy to find. All these foods will give you strength and even exfoliate your teeth, as they contain calcium, phosphorus, vitamins A, B, C and D.


Water

It is essential for the mouth to stay hydrated, because as there is no production of saliva the bacteria are not neutralised, resulting in their proliferation.


Apples

Thanks to their high concentration of water, they stimulate the production of saliva, which helps prevent the proliferation of bacteria. Due to their high content of clean fibre, they stimulate the gums.


Celery

Celery acts like a toothbrush, displacing food particles and bacteria. It is also a source of vitamins A and C, two antioxidants that improve the health of the gums.


Almonds

They are excellent for the health care of your teeth, as they are a great source of calcium and protein, making your teeth stronger and more resistant. The best thing about almonds is that they do not contain almost any sugar!


Yogurt and Cheese

They are foods high in calcium, which makes them an excellent way to protect the health of your teeth, as well as the fact that they contain probiotics, which are "good bacteria" that help to displace the "bad bacteria" that cause cavities.


These are some of the foods that help us keep our teeth and gums healthy. It is very important that you include them in your daily diet, so that your teeth are nourished and well stimulated thanks to all the nutrients and vitamins that these foods contain.

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