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What Do the Teeth and Gums Get Out of Eating Produce?


Posted on 9/15/2018 by Office
What Do the Teeth and Gums Get Out of Eating Produce?It is a lesson that parents try very hard to teach their children. Eat your fruits and vegetables is something that parents always tell their children. Many children come back with a question.

They want to know why they have to eat fruits and vegetables. The prepared parents can tell them how produce helps their teeth and gums.

Your Teeth and Gums are at Risk

Once you lose your baby teeth, you get the set of adult teeth that have to last a lifetime. Most people are not going to keep all their teeth for the rest of the life. Almost everyone loses teeth over the years. That is because your teeth and gums are always at risk.

Bacteria, trauma and poor oral hygiene habits can lead to tooth decay, broken teeth, cracked teeth, gum disease and much more. The best defense you have against these problems is strong healthy teeth. The way you do that is through the foods you eat and the care you provide for your teeth.

What Does Produce Provide?

If diet is one of the keys to healthy teeth, finding the right combination of food is important. Produce is a very important part of a healthy diet not only for your teeth and gums, but also for your entire body.

Foods found in the produce department include minerals and vitamins that help strengthen your teeth. They help build the immune system which helps fight off the bacteria that leads to tooth decay and other oral health problems.

Produce is important in another way. It helps a person maintain a healthy weight and helps prevent other health issues that can damage the teeth and gums. Excessive weight can lead to problems such as diabetes, which will also affect your oral health.

Anyone that wants good health should include produce in their regular routine. If they want to know why, tell them it will help them keep their great smile for a long time.

For more information about this or any other issue surrounding your oral health, contact the dental professionals at our office today.
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