DISCLOSURE:Noelle Copeland RDH is an Oral Care Specialist and Dental Consultant who provides content for Brilliant Oral Care and Baby Buddy.
You are what you eat is one of the most supporting antidotes when you talk about eating the right foods for strong and healthy teeth.
Calcium is what your teeth are made of so having a diet rich in calcium-containing foods is essential for oral health. Some of the top choices are:
Full of essential nutrients and minerals, nuts are an excellent choice for enamel health. Nuts are packed with tons of calcium, protein, and phosphorus.
If you lack vitamin D, then you will not absorb calcium from your diet. Other than a daily walk in the beautiful sunlight you can get vitamin D from these sources as well.
Water is such an underrated component of any healthy diet. Not only does water hydrate the body, but it also hydrates the tissues and rinses the mouth of food and debris. Without water, we would die in about 3 days, imagine how dry and terrible your mouth would feel.
Loaded with all the good stuff your body needs, a whole foods approach to eating that’s high in vegetables and fruits supports a healthy mouth and body.
Eating whole unprocessed grains offers essential nutrients that strengthen your teeth.
Fluorine is actually a natural element found in soil so there are foods that are higher in natural fluoride.
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