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Five Habits That Prevent Teeth Damage

By: http://www.en.netralnews.com Prevention is better than cure, as is the case with teeth. To prevent the discoloration of your teeth it is advisable to take precautions as soon as possible. Here are some preventive steps you can take, namely: 1. Brushing your teeth at least twice a day, after lunch and before bedtime. Brush your teeth the right way by rotating. To be more leverage is recommended to replace the toothbrush 3-4 months. Choose a soft bristle toothbrush with a brush head that can reach all parts of the tooth. Do not forget the tongue brush, which is a gathering place of bacteria that can cause bad breath. 2. Choose the toothpaste as natural as possible. Avoid using existing toothpaste…

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Two in three children’s drinks are bad for teeth

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER, www.dailymail.co.uk Two in three drinks consumed by primary school children are bad for their teeth, research suggests. Water accounts for only a quarter of liquids drunk by five to nine-year-olds, while plain milk makes up only 10 per cent. ‘Diet’ fizzy drinks make up 30 per cent of overall consumption. The survey, commissioned by the Natural Hydration Council which is funded by the bottled water industry, comes after the Royal College of Surgeons last week warned that tooth extractions among under-fives had increased 24 per cent in a decade. Dr Emma Derbyshire, nutritionist and adviser to the council, said: ‘Public Health England recommends adults and children should swap sugary drinks for healthier alternatives, such as water….

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Drinking healthy: Is flavored carbonated water a healthy option to plain water?

By: http://msue.anr.msu.edu Most people understand the importance of drinking water and its health benefits. But with so many options of sweet tasting, caffeine laden, fizzy options, it’s hard to reach for plain water. Water products have been evolving in the food industry as quickly as any of the new items in the grocery store. When the mouth becomes dry or there are bodily signals pointing to needing something refreshing, it can be confusing what the recommendations of choosing healthy water or drinks. Drinking pop (as we call soda in Michigan) regularly can wear away tooth enamel and can cause people to gain weight rather quickly. Many people reach for carbonated water thinking this is a healthy option to drinking pop…

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13 Things To Do When Eating To Ensure Your Breath Stays As Fresh As Possible

By: Isadora Baum, www.bustle.com There are a few things that can ruin a date or meal out with company, and bad breath can certainly be considered one of them. Not only can bad breath make our parties’ inch away, but it can also make us feel insecure to speak freely in conversation. Thus, it’s important to take note of which habits that can keep breath fresh during mealtime, so that everyone at the table can feel confident and secure. While some foods can cause stinky breath, most health foods and eating habits can actually promote great, fresh breath and can assist in cleaning and whitening teeth. Proper dental and tongue rituals can enhance wellbeing in the mouth, which will eliminate…