Nutrition plays an integral part for healthy teeth and caries prophylaxis. And, to be honest, eating is only fun when we are able to chew vigorously. Thus, the motto is: “Health starts in the Mouth – Enjoy your meal!” But what is harmful for the teeth and what makes them strong? What impact do drinks have on dental health and is a vegan diet dentally fit?
Eating and drinking with Brains
Sugar is bad for the teeth; every child knows that. However, not only sweets can harm the teeth but also starchy products such as salt-containing snacks (nuts, chips, etc.) or acidic drinks for example. Those who suss out their eating habits can do a lot for their teeth and gums:
- Chewing crunchy vegetables and whole grain products stimulates the salivary flow which reduces harmful acids
- Drink sufficient sugar-free fluid
- After the consumption of sugar and acidic foods rinse the mouth with water
- Select tooth-friendly sweets
Clever tooth-brushing with MinOral®
A tip for the health-conscious mouth- and tooth hygiene: MinOral® – the toothpaste that nurtures teeth and gums gently, effectively, and naturally.
This is ensured by:
- Selected minerals based on Dr Schüssler’s biochemistry
- Exclusively harmless ingredients
- Gentle cleaning bodies with low abrasion value (RDA)
- Anti-bacterial Xylite for caries prophylaxis
MinOral® refrains from menthol and manages without animal contents or auxiliary materials. This makes the toothpaste ideal for users of Schüssler-Salts, homoeopathic remedies and vegans.