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Do People Eating Low Carb Diets Have To Worry About Extra Dental Problems?


Posted on 1/20/2020 by Lemond Hunter
Do People Eating Low Carb Diets Have To Worry About Extra Dental Problems?Alternative diets are all the rave nowadays. More specifically, the low carb diet has been gaining traction among health-conscious people, and with the health benefits galore it promises, the reasons behind it shouldn't be a mystery.

They promise a healthy cardiovascular system, weight loss, and protection from the risk of a variety of cancers. Perhaps the part of your health that stands to gain the most is your oral health.

By limiting your exposure to carbohydrates, they can ensure that your teeth remain healthy for a long time. Here is how the diet can improve your dental health:

Protection From Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is a result of a variety of reasons, and ingesting a large number of sugary foods and proteins can be among the catalysts. Carbohydrate gives the bacteria in your teeth a boost. In the process, they can continue to eat into your teeth as long as you ignore common dental hygiene practices. Since the diet limits the level of carbohydrates and sugary foods you take, it allows you to enjoy a reduced risk of exposure to tooth decay.

Protection From Gum Disease

Gum disease can take a toll on your dental health. Other than increasing the chances of tooth loss, it can lead to chewing difficulties as well as bad breath and bleeding gums. While there are a variety of causes of gum diseases, one of the major causes is the deficiency of vitamin D in the body. Luckily, the Paleo diet encourages the intake of vitamin D, ensuring that you can raise the health of your teeth. It also helps to get rid of nutrient-deficient processed foods and replaces them with organic and nutrient-rich foods like spinach and salmon.

The low-carb diet is heaven sent for many people. With it, you can evade common dental conditions as well as maintain a healthy lifestyle. Consider switching to it to strengthen your health. Find out what other benefits it can offer the next time you come see us.
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