A natural antibiotic, reduces bacteria in the mouth.
Forms an acid-resistant film on teeth that can help prevent enamel erosion.
Full of Vitamin A which is absolutely necessary for the formation of tooth enamel. This and all crunchy vegetables also cleanse and stimulate your gums, making them healthy.
Offers the benefit of lactic acid to help prevent tooth decay.
Activates saliva production, which assists in cleansing food particles from the teeth and dilutes sugars or acids in the mouth. Chewing celery also massages the gums.
An anti-inflammatory to support healthy mouth tissue.
Contains an antioxidant called catechin (found in green tea too!), which reduces bacteria growth that causes gingivitis.
Kale or Chard
High in minerals that support tooth structure.
Packs more Vitamin C than any other fruit. A lack of Vitamin C can break down the collagen network in your gums, making them tender and more susceptible to bacteria and gum disease.
A natural “whitener” and assists with pH balance in the body.