Not everyone knows this, but the foods we eat are directly linked to our oral health.
You’ve probably heard that soda and candy are bad for your teeth, right? However, there’s an ancient tea that takes care of your oral health.
Recently, we talked about a natural food that’s very helpful in oral hygiene: apples. Have you seen it?
Like apples, green tea (extracted from the plant Camellia sinensis) is also one of the foods that keep our mouth healthy.
Our smile is a calling card, so we should take good care of our teeth: Brush them at least three times a day, floss after meals, and visit the dentist regularly.
After a study of 940 men who regularly drink green tea, Dr. Yoshihiro Shimazaki found that the tea helps with gingivitis and periodontal disease. Isn’t that amazing?
See 5 incredible reasons why green tea is good for your oral health!
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