A study of 940 men in a Japanese university showed that those who drink green tea assiduously have better oral health than those who do not.
Something that had been assuming for some time, it seems, has been confirmed: green tea is good for your teeth. At least that’s what a study recently published in the Journal of Periodontology and conducted at the University of Kyushu in Fukuoka, Japan showed.
There, the researchers found that the usual intake of tea can also help promote healthy teeth and gums.
In the words of Dr. Yoshihiro Shimazaki, head of the study, “it is important to find simple ways to increase periodontal health, such as regularly drinking tea – something that clearly brings certain health-related benefits.” tea contains compounds that seem to control inflammation and fight bacterial infection.
How can green tea help in oral health?
In the prevention of caries: controls bacteria and reduces the acidity of saliva and dental plaque. Caries reduction is possible by consuming tea daily.
You can even chew gum or candy made with tea that does not contain sugar.
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