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Three Foods to Keep Teeth Healthy

Posted on: February 24th, 2021 | Categories: Uncategorized

We all know that brushing daily is a must if we want clean teeth and a healthy mouth. But, have you ever wondered what are some of the natural ways you can maintain your oral health? To satisfy your curiosity, here is a list of natural foods that help keep your teeth strong and healthy.


Dairy products are generally full of protein and calcium—which can help strengthen teeth—while also naturally low in sugar. Cheese has been proven to raise the pH in a person’s mouth, which greatly reduces the risk of tooth decay. Yogurt is chock full of probiotics, which are great for your gums and help prevent cavities. Just make sure to choose a yogurt low in sugar!


Many nuts—like Almonds—are great for your teeth. Most are naturally low in carbohydrates, which is great for cavity prevention, while also being a great source of calcium and protein!

Leafy Greens & Vegetables

Many vegetables are full of vitamins and minerals that are beneficial to your oral health. Leafy greens like Kale and Spinach are high in calcium which help strengthen tooth enamel. Celery and cucumbers both contain high amounts of water, which helps to rinse your mouth while supplying some nutrients!

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