Contains sulphur compounds and reduces certain bacteria that causes tooth decay.
Helps you to produce extra saliva. Combine that with citric acid and you have an all-natural bacteria fighting mouthwash. Also contains Vitamin C and the enzyme Bromelain, promoting a healing alkaline response in the mouth.
Pronounced “KEEN-wah” and is a super grain with a load of minerals including Calcium, Magnesium, Manganese, and Phosphorus to strengthen teeth.
A great source of Vitamin D making it easier for teeth to get the full power of calcium from foods you are eating.
Offers a blend of minerals needed to mineralize and strengthen teeth. Himalayan or Celtic is suggested.
These “little scrubbers” reduce plaque, and due to their calcium content provide a necessary mineral for teeth. Nuts in general have a high pH, thus are protective for teeth by managing pH balance in the mouth.
Contain a sugar called Lentinan, which prevents mouth bacteria from growing.
A natural sweetener that does not have an “acid effect” on your teeth like sugar.
Great “scrubbers,” high in fiber and lots of Vitamin C, which is great for gum health.
A Japanese version of horseradish, which contains compounds called isothiocyanates to arrest bacteria growth.
A sugar substitute that studies show prevents tooth decay. It is very beneficial in gum and mint form.
*This is not an all-inclusive list of every food that’s great for your oral heath, but a listing of all the key “super-smile” ingredients.