Teeth decay for several reasons, all of which will diminish your ability to chew certain foods.
In our modern world processed foods only rule the day if healthier
choices are not an option.
Farmer’s markets are available all over America.
Whole food grocers stock organic food items for greater nutrition choices.
You will find sugar in its various forms in many of our large super markets.
Starches and carbohydrates also contain certain types of sugar.
High cavity rates are usually the result of a diet high in sugar content.
Some of our most favorite beverages, soda pop, coffee, baby formula and others will surprise you regarding their
high sugar content.
Patients are informed to wean themselves from drinks with a high sugar content.
To date science has documented the inflammatory processes in our bodies that result from sugar intoxication.
Skin lesions, heart problems, diabetes, yeast and fungal infections, cancer and the disease of the century
Alzhiemers, are some of the major players in the oxidative process that causes havoc in our bodies.
Let’s face it we have a hard time giving up our sweet treats that are capable of killing us.
Our bodies are designed to process certain ranges of sugar consumption.
Make your life an easier one by keeping sugar in its proper perspective.
Enjoy sugary foods in moderation.
Sodas contain phosphoric acid, therefore after consuming, wait a minimum of one hour to brush.
The phosphoric acid breaks down tooth enamel thus softening your teeth.
By waiting one hour to brush the teeth are not as vulnerable to the acid attack from the soda.
Simply rinsing the mouth immediately after ingestion of sugary foods and drinks reduces the risks of the tooth decay
Cancer is fed by the unhealthy consumption of too much sugar.
A great treatment fighter to reduce your chances of cancer is the cessation of sugar ingestion.
When healthcare teams pound this point home, those extra servings of sweet treats can be bypassed with the greatest of ease.
Restoration of the mouth is best viewed through the eyes of those who teach and practice preventative oral medicine.
Oral medicine is best practiced with knowledge teeth decay because of sugary foods.
In fact the entire body is under attack in a state of disease because of excess sugar ingestion.
You can return your body to a state of health drastically cutting back on sugary foods.
The body, your temple for life, will thank you.
Teeth decay because of sugar addiction, that can be treated with drastic reduction in its consumption.
From the Diary of my enlightenment,
A.L. Clark, D.D.S. http://www.dentist4you.biz