Yes. Get into your dentist and disk treatment and preventive options.
I really get cofused many search on net say phayte acid cause osteoprosies and tooth decay as it bind to ca and iron what should I do or believr>?
Interesting. Phytic acid is both an anti-nutrient in that it binds dietary sources of iron very efficiently ans well as zinc, calcium and magnesium. It is also considered an anti-oxidant since it binds free radical iron so it is a complex nutrient to fully understand. I don't think it can lower oral pH enough to directly affect tooth decay as many other acids do but it does affect calcium metabolism. Read more...