Food, diet and nutrition matter in tooth health and dental decay
What to eat so your teeth don't get eaten...
Diet and the nutritional quality of the food eaten (a carrot isn't necessarily equal to any other carrot, even if it tastes the same) is doubtless a major element in both preservation and decay of teeth. And this not only means the food you have eaten and the fluids you have drunk since your first day on earth, but even includes the diet of your mother during pregnancy (and to believe observations made by certain authors/researchers, that of your ancestors!).
In fact, that diet plays a decisive role for the health of most people's dentition, is an undisputed fact even among proponents of conventional dentistry. So the following pages feature numerous suggested elements of a tooth-friendly diet to treat, heal, strengthen and keep your teeth - welcome!
(Here is a first tip to get you started ;-): Did you know that chocolate is good against teeth???)
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