Monday, September 14, 2015

When It's Better To have Sweets

Craving for some sweets? You don’t have to worry for it isn't too much to indulge in sugary treats. Your dentist knows about it and this time I'll try to convince you that eating sweets at certain times is better for your teeth than any other foods. I will cite one good example for you like for instance, when you eat a full meal your saliva production increases. In this case, the undergone process aids in rinsing food particles from your mouth. On the other hand, the same also helps in neutralizing acids that cause plaque.

This is such great news for everybody especially for dessert lovers. Sweet desserts can be part of every meal and the good thing is that it even lowers the risk to your teeth simply because your mouth is already at its optimum cleaning or rather cleansing condition.

Most dentists agree and recent study shows that sweets taken after meals are definitely preferable and more beneficial rather than sweets eaten between meals as snacks.

Furthermore, you must bear in mind that this kind of sweet goodies is as essential as when you eat it. A great number of dentists are still standing on their beliefs that even when your saliva is over flowing, sticky candies stay on your teeth for a long time. Nonetheless, keep out yourself from sucking hard candies for long. You are enormously constructing a haven for bacteria that is building-up unsafe weakening acids.

When sweet treats does have a place in your diet, it surely have a place in your heart. And now, here comes the happy tooth for sure! One good advantage of sweet treat is that it gives a quick boost of energy to anyone. There are healthier ways to eat if you want to take care of your precious asset: your sparkling teeth and your dazzling smile! Oh.. I am, too, love treats. And I surely love sweets!

So don’t worry… Be healthy!

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