Veganism and dental health, are they compatible?

 

 

 


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La Clínica Boca a Boca dental explains how vegans get vitamin B12, vitamin D, calcium, amino acids

Regardless of whether a diet is vegan, vegetarian or include meat, it is known that eating vegetable foods is necessary to be healthy. But, if you follow a vegan diet (or are considering doing so), what nutrients might be missing or would you need to have a healthy mouth and teeth?

In the opinion of Dr. Romina Vignolo, director of the Clinic Boca a Boca Dental, “It is compatible to be vegan or vegetarian and to protect dental health, you simply have to take into account a number of guidelines to avoid possible deficiencies of vitamins and essential nutrients in any diet.”

 

Protect your teeth against lack of vitamin B12
This vitamin is one of the main deficiencies of people who carry a vegan diet by being more present in animal products. Insufficient amounts of vitamin B12 may cause gum disease even when teeth are lost.

There are B12 reinforced cereals, yeasts, vegetable milks and soy products that contain it, however, this is not enough, and you may need to take supplements to maintain good dental health.

Takes vegan sources of remineralizing food
Acid erosion of certain foods (such as starches and sugars) can cause teeth to start losing the minerals that keep the enamel healthy and strong. But lost minerals can be recovered if they also ingest the foods that supply them.

To get calciumwhich strengthens the enamel and maintains strong teeth, it is advisable to eat legumes, leafy vegetables such as broccoli or curly cabbage, almonds and orange juice or vegan milks such as almond, rice or soy.

Also, to keep your teeth strong, you should eat foods that contain potassiumthat controls acid levels in the blood. The good vegan sources of this mineral include avocados, bananas, potatoes, prunes, sweet potatoes, acelga and tomatoes.

Take healthy snacks and limit starch and sugar
If you have a vegan diet with small amounts of proteins and animal fats, snacks may be needed to maintain energy during the day. Sugared and starchy foods (such as bread, cereal, biscuits, biscuits, pasta and rice) can feed the bacteria from the mouth that cause the caries. Instead, you have to try to choose non-sugared foods that return the energy, such as nuts, seeds, tofu and vegetables. Fotos Porno y actrices porno

Control the plate with amino acids
Arginine is an amino acid that helps prevent decay and gum disease, and also ends with dental plaque. It is frequently found in meat, birds, fish and dairy products. In a vegan diet you can find this element in chickpeas, lentils, soy, peanuts and pumpkin seeds.

Practice good dental hygiene and visit a dentist regularly
After eating, he dedicates 20 seconds to rinse your mouth with water to help remove the food particles that have been accumulated. Use dental floss daily and brush your teeth three times a day for two minutes each time and, of course, program regular dental cleanings and dental reviews.

Your oral health is part of general health.

About Boca a Boca Dental
Boca to Boca is a dental clinic with more than 20 years of experience located in the northwest of Madrid (with centers in Majadahonda and Villanueva del Pardillo) formed by a multidisciplinary medical team of professionals committed to the university teaching activity of undergraduate, postgraduate and research.

It is characterized by being a family clinic whose values are honesty, experience, knowledge, continuous formation and empathy with patients. Their greater satisfaction is in the links created with patients treated since they were children and the long-term results, which makes them count on the fidelity of their patients.

They give importance to small details, those that sometimes go unnoticed and make each treatment a personalized and close experience.

Veganism and dental health, are they compatible?

Veganism and dental health, are they compatible?

La Clínica Boca a Boca dental explains how vegans get vitamin B12, vitamin D, calcium, amino acids /COMUNICAE/ /COMUNICAE/

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Veganism and dental health, are they compatible?
Veganism and dental health, are they compatible?

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