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The Oral Health Benefits of Juicing

Posted on 11/20/2018 by Robert Leale
The Oral Health Benefits of Juicing Juicing is a popular diet option for people who want to get healthy. Blending fruits and vegetables together along with protein powder and other nutrients can have a variety of benefits for your overall health, including your mouth. These are a few of the ways that a diet high in fruit and vegetable juice can help your oral health.

High in Calcium

Certain fruits and vegetables are high in calcium, such as leafy greens. Calcium plays and important role in the maintenance of strong, healthy teeth. Adding spinach, kale, and broccoli to your juiced drink will boost your calcium intake, strengthening both the teeth and the jawbone for a healthier mouth.

Reduce Bacteria Levels

Blueberries are a great addition to any juiced drink, as they offer antibacterial properties. They are especially active against the bacteria connected to gum disease. The extract found in blueberries can stop oral bacteria from growing while also preventing bacteria from creating plaque. Additionally, this extract can block molecular pathways associated with gum inflammation, so it can help to treat and prevent gum disease.

Magnesium Power

When it comes to maintaining strong teeth, magnesium may be just as important as calcium. Some research suggests that magnesium is responsible for the formation of hard, decay-resistant enamel. Spinach is high in magnesium, as are bananas, kiwi, and blackberries. Including any of these fruits in your juicing endeavors will help to strengthen the teeth and prevent future cavities.

Vitamin C Boost

Fruits and vegetables also tend to be high in vitamin C, which is a necessary nutrient for a healthy immune system. Vitamin C found in citrus fruits helps to keep the gums healthy, and healthy gums are a necessity for healthy teeth. If you're not careful, the acids in juice can negatively affect your teeth, so it is important to visit us for your regular dental cleanings. Give us a call today to set up your next appointment.
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