Exercising regularly is a sure way of helping your body become stronger but it doesn’t do much for the strength of your teeth and bones. There’s no detailed workout plan for those guys. That being said, there is one sure way to help make your teeth and bones stronger. And that’s through a healthy dose of food. That’s right, eating certain food is a great way to strengthen your teeth and bones.
I think it goes without saying that having weak teeth and bones is not ideal. We need both our teeth and bones to survive and if you’re asking me, the stronger the better. With that in mind, foods such as dairy, leafy greens, green tea, and carrot sticks should be staples in your routine in order to strengthen your teeth and bones.
Dairy is filthy rich in calcium. Calcium is an awesome and easy tooth and bone strengthener. You definitely want to keep dairy in rotation. In addition, dairy products have casein protein. This stabilizes your tooth enamel. Tooth enamel protects your teeth from acidic foods and beverages and cannot be regrown once it is gone. It is so important to strengthen your tooth enamel. Leafy greens are seriously underappreciated. Spinach and other leafy green vegetables are full of fiber which is wonderful for your teeth because it requires a lot of effort to break down. It also increases saliva which helps neutralize the acid in your mouth and cleans your teeth. If you’re not a fan of leafy greens, try mixing them in sparingly or eating high-fiber beans instead.
Green tea has many health benefits but one of the greatest things about it is the bacteria and antioxidants that can be found in each cup. This combination can prevent plaque and protect teeth. In addition, teas usually have fluoride in them which prevents tooth decay and again strengthens tooth enamel. Last but certainly not least, don’t forget about carrot sticks. Just like strengthening other parts of our body, giving your teeth something hard to chew on can help strengthen them. Raw veggies and fruits require a lot of chewing, a little cardio session for your teeth. In addition, this chewing cleanses the teeth and can stop plaque from forming.