It’s easy to fall into bad eating habits. It’s even easier to ignore, or simply not be aware, of the impact that your diet has on your oral health.
A good diet is linked directly to good oral health, so if you want to have the best oral health possible, our team here at [practice_name] in [city], [state] recommends you follow these 3 tips for finding tooth-friendly food.
Raw fruits and veggies
These are low in fat, and fruit especially can still satisfy your sweet tooth without throwing down too much sugar. The best part, though, is that both fruits and veggies stimulate saliva production.
Saliva is actually key in protecting your teeth against all sorts of problems, from cavities to gum disease. So the more fruits and veggies in your diet, the healthier your mouth will be as a whole.
Bread are actually good for your teeth, even if you’re watching your carbs. Plain bagels, unsweetened cereal, low-salt pretzels, and pasta are great options if you need a midday snack but don’t want too much sugar.
Yes, there are meats that promote good oral health! Lean meats like chicken and turkey, as well as other sliced deli meat, are a great choice for good oral health.
By eating tooth-friendly foods, you not only help out your oral health but your systemic health as well.
If you have any other questions regarding healthy eating and the link to your oral health, please don’t hesitate to call us today at [phone].