The Dental Diet: Top Nutrition Tips For a Super Healthy Mouth

Go dark.

As in dark green leafy vegetables – like kale, spinach, and broccoli. These calcium rich foods help promote strong teeth and bones. Asparagus is also a great option – even though it’s not leafy – since it contains a high amount of folic acid, which may promote a healthy mouth by supporting cell growth and cell repair throughout the body. Eating just one cup of boiled asparagus provides 262 mcg of folic acid, which provides approximately 65% of your daily needs.

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