These Vitamins Can Prevent Cavities and Make Your Teeth Stronger

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Certainly, you have already heard that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”, right?

And when we talk about our oral health, it isn’t different. According to Dr. Weston Price, a dentist from Cleveland, USA, besides oral hygiene, such as flossing and brushing your teeth, nutrition also has a lot to do with cavities.

In the beginning of the 20th century, he noticed that the children had weak teeth, full of cavities, and it was then that he started to research the possible causes of this problem, that still affects us even today.

After many studies with native people, Dr. Price came to the conclusion that cavities and weak teeth are caused by nutritional deficiencies. Have you ever thought about it?

According to him, our diet became more modern and, thus, less nutritional. That’s why, he says, people’s health and their teeth are decaying.

The dentist explains that our teeth can’t grow properly without vitamins A, B, D, and K, which are found in many foods.

So, remember to choose a healthy diet with the necessary vitamins to keep your teeth healthy!

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