Ongoing research keeps proving that antioxidants and other nutrients found in fruits, vegetables, legumes and nuts may strengthen immunity and improve the body’s ability to fight bacteria and inflammation; all of which can help protect the teeth and gums. Here is a list of six foods that may help to improve your oral health.
It’s no secret that milk helps to build strong bones. Milk, along with other dairy products like yogurt, are rich with Calcium and vitamin D, which promote strong and healthy bones and the prevention of tooth loss. Adding powdered milk to cooked meals is also a good way to get the calcium and vitamin D in your diet if you prefer not to drink milk.
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