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If you want to prevent cavities, how often you eat can be just as important as what you eat.
We have all heard about how important it is to eat a well-balanced diet and watch our sugar intake to keep ourselves healthy and fit. But did you know that your diet has a pronounced effect on your oral health or that your teeth and gums often show the first signs of poor nutrition?
THE BAD FOOD
Foods that cling to teeth. Most soft, sweet and sticky foods put you at a much higher risk for cavities because they allow acids that cause tooth decay to build upon the tooth surface.
According to the Academy of General Dentistry, some of the worst offenders in the game of oral health and nutrition are soda and bottled iced tea. These thirst quenchers are filled with calories and sugar and can wear down your teethâ€™s enamel over time. Clear sodas and iced teas are especially harmful because they are full of flavor additives.
THE GOOD FOOD
If you do find yourself giving in to the occasional craving:
Remember that your oral health mirrors your overall health so it is important to speak with your dentist in South Delhi to address any indications of nutrient deficiencies and to make sure that you maintain the healthy and beautiful smile that you deserve.