We’re living in a world where headlines scream at us 24/7. We’re subject to around-the-clock tweets and posts telling us what to do, what not to do, and what’s going to kill us if we keep doing it. While all that instant information can be really great, we have to know how to cut through the clutter and be able to ascertain which headlines are hype and which are worth heeding.
Gum disease is one of the most prevalent diseases in the world—60% of us have it. When did we become okay with this? It’s not normal for a population to be this sick! If we were talking about heart disease or diabetes being this prevalent, we’d call those rates unacceptable. And yet still, gum disease…
You’ve heard dentists go on and on about how you have to floss and brush in order to control biofilm and plaque. But flossing and brushing are only part of the equation.
Garlic is a superfood for the teeth that can help fight tooth decay and gum disease by promoting healthy ratios of good to bad bacteria in the mouth.
We are programmed to love sugar, yet with quantities in the modern diet, sugar has become toxic. Here’s everything you need to know about sugar and sweeteners to indulge safely.
Here are my tips for which Easter candy to go for and which to skip, as well as some of my favorite healthy swaps to indulge your sweet tooth this Easter.
Two main things that changed with the modern lifestyle could be to blame for much of our modern oral health problems.
I’ve begun making my own chocolate almond butter truffles with no refined sugar. These never last more than a day in our house!
Not all sugar is created equally and some candies are less damaging to your teeth than others. Ever wondered what the worst and best candies are for your teeth?