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Could Seaweed Be the Key to Optimal Oral Health?
Posted on 2/28/2019 by The team at DDI
When you think of seaweed, you likely think of gross wet plants. Seaweed, though, is a popular food. It's often used in cuisine in Japan and other countries that eat a lot of fish. What's interesting about this vegetable is that studies have also shown that seaweed can actually be very beneficial to your teeth and mouth. Even if you're not currently a fan of seaweed, you may want to give it a try after you hear about how it can improve your oral health. Seaweed and Bacteria Cavities are caused by plaque, a type of bacteria that builds up on the surface of your teeth. These bacteria release acids that eat away the enamel. However, seaweed actually includes a special type of enzyme that has been found to destroy these bacteria. Eating food such as sushi wrapped in seaweed can help protect your teeth and gums from the bacteria that would otherwise damage them. Seaweed has a number of beneficial properties for the rest of your body, too. It contains iron, calcium, vitamin C, and magnesium, all of which help the body fight off illnesses and operate effectively. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and can help with digestion and to lower cholesterol. Potential Uses in Oral Hygiene Products So, does this mean you need to incorporate seaweed wraps into all of your meals? While eating seaweed is certainly beneficial to your oral health, it's okay if you don't like eating it as a food. Fortunately, studies are now looking at ways of using seaweed, or at least the enzymes that destroy plaque, in toothpaste and other oral hygiene products. If it's possible to create a toothpaste derived from seaweed, it may help remove plaque in hard-to-reach places. Studies on seaweed and oral health are still ongoing. In the meantime, we can assist you in battling the plaque on your teeth with regular cleanings. Call us today to schedule one....

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