Good Carbs VS Bad Carbs, Whats the Difference & How Do they Effect Our Teeth?
Prevention is the best medicine or your smile. Although filling, crowns and whitening can help you have a better and stronger smile , we still need to know the basics of a healthy fundamental smile! So let’s go over a proper nutritional diet VS foods that can harm your smile.
A nutritional diet contains WHOLE foods: sprouted grain bread, whole wheat, vegetables and GOOD carbs and GOOD FAT. Good carbs come in so many forms that people don’t know about! Sweet potatoes, brown rice, quinoa, beans and even oatmeal.
BAD foods: Sugars, fried foods, acidic drinks and fruits. I’m sure you no the rest.
Good VS BAD: in the end all carbohydrates break down into simple sugars: glucose, fructose, maltose and lactose. However eating proper nutritional foods take longer to digest (hence a fuller feeling) prolonging tooth damage. The acidics from BAD foods act quicker in dissolving the minerals Inside the tooth enamel.
In the end remember to brush and floss after every meal and get your check up every 6 months at your favorite #dentaloffice @parkdentistry Your not only saving your smile but you’ll be living a healthier life.
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All the best !