Which Nutrients Do Your Teeth Need Most to Stay Healthy?


Posted on 12/15/2018 by Frank Sciabica
Which Nutrients Do Your Teeth Need Most to Stay Healthy?There are many things that you have to do to keep your teeth healthy. Of course, you must brush your teeth. It would help your teeth if you brushed them when you wake and when you go to sleep. Flossing after brushing helps to ferret out food particles stuck between your teeth.
You probably do all of things, do you? Well, how balanced is your diet?

Your teeth also require a lot of nutrients to stay their healthiest. Do you eat the right kids of foods to give your teeth the kinds of nutrients that they need? Your teeth need nutrients just as much as they need a strict oral hygiene schedule. Here is a list of nutrients that your teeth need to be their healthiest.

Vitamin D

Your body requires Vitamin D to allow calcium to be properly absorbed into your bones and teeth. Vitamin D makes bones and teeth strong. If you have a Vitamin D deficiency, then your body will actually strip the calcium from your bones and teeth. You can get Vitamin D from direct sunlight, orange juice, eggs, dairy products, fatty fish, mushrooms, and Vitamin D fortified cereal.

Calcium

Calcium and Vitamin D work together to make your bones healthy. However, your teeth really need Calcium to remain strong. You can acquire your calcium needs from dairy products, fatty fish, and leafy green vegetables.

Potassium

Potassium contributes to make the enamel of your teeth both dense and strong. There are a variety of potassium-rich foods like bananas, fish, beef, pork, soybeans and lentils, and dairy products.

Take a Supplement
Taking a daily supplement can also help you get the nutrients that you need to keep your teeth healthy. Always stick to your oral hygiene regimens. Also remember that your teeth need nutrients to keep them strong. For more information, make sure to call our office!
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