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Power Foods for Your Teeth (Part I)

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Teeth are among the most valuable assets of a human body. However, they need to be treated with special attention and tender, loving care to ensure function and integrity. In this article, we will discuss some of the foods that your pearly whites will love.

* Cheese

Besides being a good source of calcium and protein, cheese raises the pH in the mouth and lowers the risk of tooth decay according to a journal article from the American Academy of General Dentistry.

* Yoghurt

Yoghurt, like cheese, is a good source of calcium and protein. Yoghurt has the additional benefit of probiotics. Probiotics, otherwise known as good bacteria, improves the good bacteria flora and crowds out decay-causing bacteria.

* Leafy Greens

Leafy greens are the staple of any healthy diet. Leafy greens such as kale and spinach are rich in nutrients such as folic acid and calcium which strengthen the enamel and may treat gum disease.

* Apples

Apples promote the production of saliva This helps to rinse away bacteria and food particles. Apple fibres also help to stimulate gums.

* Carrots

Carrots, like apples, are full of fibre. Consuming carrots following a meal helps to stimulate saliva production and rinses away the bacteria.

* Celery

Celery, like apples and carrots, contain fibre which help to remove bacteria and food particles. Celery also contains Vitamin A and C which

* Almonds

Almonds are rich in calcium and protein. These nutrients help to strengthen teeth, increasing their resistance to tooth decay.

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