Caries is now a very common dental disease.
, especially many children, because of the reason of eating sweets and causing early tooth damage, how to prevent caries? Let’s take a look.
Eating Lentinus edodes is the best way to prevent caries
First of all, the lentinan contained in “mushroom Queen” Lentinus edodes can inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the oral cavity, prevent the formation of dental plaque and prevent caries.
Secondly, shiitake mushroom also contains the vitamin D source (ergosterol) which is lacked by common vegetables. Ergosterol can be converted into vitamin D by sunlight, which can enhance the immune ability of human body and help children’s bones and teeth to grow.
Every 100g of dried Lentinus edodes contains 7.8G of crude fiber, just like a toothbrush. When chewing, mechanical friction occurs with the tooth surface, which can clean the teeth and reduce the formation of plaque
The mushroom also contains guanosine acid and mushroom essence, which are fragrant and helpful for breath freshness. In addition, a large amount of vitamin C contained in
also has the function of killing harmful bacteria and protecting teeth.
Celery can balance oral pH
Celery contains a lot of crude fiber. Eating celery can wipe off a lot of bacteria adhering to the surface of teeth at the same time.
can stimulate saliva secretion by chewing crude fiber food repeatedly, so as to balance the pH in the mouth.
The teeth are most afraid of the acid environment in the mouth. Cheese is the best guard of acid-base balance in the mouth. The rich phosphate can neutralize the acid substances in the mouth, which is not conducive to bacterial activity. There are a large number of calcium in
cheese, which is good for the growth of children’s teeth or for the healthy and fixed teeth of adults.
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