Important Nutrients For Healthy Teeth


Teeth-Healthy Herbs and Vitamins

Many of us are lacking in certain minerals as a result of our daily diet, and our dental health may suffer as a result.

Cavities are becoming linked to dietary deficiencies in children and people of all ages.

The majority of us take it for granted that we are getting enough minerals in our diet.

That presupposes that everyone understands how important minerals are for our health and well-being.

Much of our cultivated soil has been depleted, and most people cannot afford to eat entirely organically.

It’s easy to see how nutritional deficits might emerge when dietary decisions are made focused on taste rather than health.


Essential Minerals are Locked Up by Phytic Acid.

Phytic acid is a naturally occurring chemical found in most grains, nuts, and legumes.

It works similarly to a magnet in that it can connect to minerals in your body.

This procedure eliminates minerals before they may be absorbed and deposited where they are most needed.

If your family’s diet consists primarily of grains (cookies, cereals, breads, pastas, rice, bagels, cookies, and cakes), bean salad, or raw nuts and nut butters, you’re likely getting too much phytic acid and not enough minerals for your teeth and bones to grow and stay healthy.

There are food preparation procedures, such as soaking beans and nuts overnight, that can help eliminate part of the phytic acid before it is taken, in addition to lowering intake of certain food groups.



Antimicrobials can aid in the battle against decay and the development of infection or abscesses by strengthening the immune system.

Licorice, myrrh, goldenseal, and echinacea are all popular antimicrobials. Garlic is helpful for boosting your immune system and preventing infections, so include it in your diet whenever possible.


Our dental enamel is made up of about 90% calcium phosphate.

Herbs that are high in calcium

Clivers, Coltsfoot, Horsetail, Toadflax, Mistletoe, Dandelion, Plantain, Pimpernel, Chamomile

 Add these to your diet in the form of teas, capsules, tablets, or powders.

Deficiency in calcium.

The body is always providing feedback to us.

The key is to learn how to recognize and respond to signals.

Calcium insufficiency symptoms include:

Rickets, unexplained uneasiness, muscle spasms and cramps, joint problems, osteomalacia, cataracts, sleeplessness, and tremors are all symptoms of the disease.

Getting enough calcium is important, but it’s possible that a lack of magnesium, vitamin D, or vitamin K2 is to blame for ineffective calcium absorption.

These nutrients can be found in foods or taken as supplements to ensure that the calcium we digest is properly absorbed.

If any of these nutrients are deficient, the body will pass much of the available calcium from the body before it can be used.

A, C, and D vitamins.

Teeth will break down and loosen if not enough of these vitamins are absorbed by the body.

Vitamin K2.

This supplement, which is naturally found in the fermented Japanese cuisine Natto Beans, has recently attracted a lot of attention, with reports suggesting anyone taking Vitamin D or Calcium supplements should also take K2.

It can be found naturally in egg yolks and some hard cheeses; but, the amount stated to be required in our diet is practically impossible unless you consume the fermented Natto Bean mixture on a regular basis.

K2 aids in the proper placement of minerals such as calcium in our bodies, such as the bones and teeth, as well as the removal of excess calcium from places where we don’t want it, such as between the joints, where it can cause painful inflammation.


Horsetail tea can help you get more of this mineral, which is good for your bones, teeth, skin, and hair.

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Hopefully you found this information helpful.

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