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Eating Fruits Vegetables Drinking Water And How It Effects Plaque On Your Teeth
Should reduce it: Plaque consists of a complex mix of bacteria & the starch they make from sugars. The major source of growth for the plaque is sucrose. Eating raw fruits and vegetables are naturally mechanically abrasive to disrupt the plaque and do not linger in the mouth if you brush or just rinse your mouth out after eating. Drinking water maintains your body hydration needed for proper saliva production. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been taking flaxseed oil twice a day, eating vegetables, fruit and drinking water. Now i'm seeing mucus in my stool. Is that normal?
Mucus : In the stool is normal in small amounts. If you are having abdominal pain, a large amount of mucus, or blood in the stool, it might be a sign of something called inflammatory bowel disease. See your local doctor if these symptoms are present to be tested. Most likely it is the change in your diet causing you to notice the change in the stool. ...Read more
I have a big headache tingly teeth i feel tired and weak and dizzy the past three days. I've been drinking water a lot and eating what could it be?
Hello i can't seem to digest everday after eating sometimes i poop once a week or i dont, and yes I've tried drinking water and eating fruits but nothing?
Can you tell me if I am likely to lose weight from eating just veggies and fruit and drinking water?
Yes,: Do it but also check in with your doc as well regularly, so any problems you might come across, be DX and properly sorted out. Good luck. ...Read more
Hydration: Drinking sufficient water on a daily basis is an all around healthy practice. As a dentist, i can tell you that it will have no effect on teeth either way. ...Read more
I suddenly ve extreme sensitivity of all teeth, and drinking water [which is not very cold] hurts badly on all teeth, what may b the cause, ?
Help dental experts! my toothpaste doesn't contain flouride but my drinking water does, are my teeth protected enough?
Fluoride: Fluoride in your water doesn't have the preventative power of the Fluoride in toothpaste. The Fluoride one ingests in their water is more beneficial when the teeth are forming as it is incorporated in the physical structure of the tooth, making it more resistant to decay. Once the teeth are formed, the topical application of Fluoride in the toothpaste is a better deterrent.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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