Everyone knows the importance of teeth, and if you don’t pay attention to protection, it can lead to oral diseases. Gingival hyperplasia is one of the most common oral problems. The formation of this disease is generally inseparable from prolonged oral breathing, poor oral hygiene, family genetics, and the effects of certain drugs. Then, when taking medicine, oral health care is very important, and you can also take the diet. So, what is better for your mouth?
- The cheese
In addition to rich in nutrients such as calcium and phosphorus, cheese also contains unique casein. Casein can effectively prevent the formation of plaque and repair the damage of teeth. In addition, cheese can stimulate the secretion of saliva, neutralize the acidic environment in the oral cavity, inhibit bacterial growth, and strengthen the tooth germ.
- The celery
Celery is a natural toothbrush that cleans like the toothbrush we use in our lives. Celery contains a lot of crude fiber. When you chew, the coarse fiber will mechanically rub against the surface of the tooth, thus wiping off the bacteria sticking to the tooth surface and reducing the chance of plaque formation. Repeated chewing can also stimulate saliva secretion and balance the pH in the mouth. Older people can eat some celery properly, can eliminate the bacteria on the teeth, and help the health of the mouth and teeth. Foreign scientific research has found that when the old man chews celery, the plaque is formed by wiping off the bacteria adhering to the surface of the tooth by mechanical friction on the tooth surface.
- The onion
Sulfur compounds in onions are powerful antibacterial ingredients. We found through in vitro experiments that onions can kill a variety of bacteria, including Streptococcus mutans, which causes our tooth decay, and it works best with fresh raw onions. Therefore, it is recommended to eat half a raw onion every day, not only to prevent tooth decay but also to help lower cholesterol, prevent heart disease and improve immunity.
Garlic has the same bactericidal and hypoallergenic effects as onions. Many people have such experiences, and a good tooth has become “squeaky” unconsciously. When eating cold, hot, sour, sweet foods, or even brushing your teeth with cold water, your teeth will become sour and soft. This is what medical is called “dental allergy”, commonly known as “reverse teeth.” Rub the raw garlic in the sensitive area of the tooth every day, every 2 to 3 minutes to alleviate the symptoms. You can rub some garlic oil on your aching tooth when you have a toothache, or put a crushed garlic flap around your sore teeth and gums. After a few minutes, the pain will gradually ease.
- The green tea
The fluorine in the tea can be combined with the apatite unique to the teeth to prevent acid and fangs. In addition, alkaline tea can neutralize the pH of the mouth and reduce the growth of oral bacteria, thus avoiding the bacteria’s damage to the teeth.
Green tea contains a lot of fluorine (also found in other teas), which can be combined with apatite in teeth and has the effect of resisting acid and preventing tooth decay. On the other hand, studies have shown that catechins in green tea can reduce Streptococcus mutans that cause tooth decay in the mouth, while also removing unpleasant breath. It is worth noting that green tea contains caffeine, so pregnant women should drink it in limited quantities. People need to drink 1200-1500 ml of water every day. If you drink tea, you can drink 800-1000 ml or so. But to drink green tea, remember to drink tea, not too thick, and not drink more tea at night, so as not to affect sleep.
- The jujube
As the saying goes: “Pear benefits teeth and damages the spleen, jujube benefits the spleen and damages the teeth”, research abroad has reported that researchers have screened 74 kinds of traditional Chinese medicines to find out the traditional Chinese medicine for preventing dental caries. The results showed that ursolic acid and oleic acid were extracted from jujube. These two ingredients can control the production of cariogenic bacteria without destroying the bacterial balance of oral bacteria.
- Cold dishes and hot dishes
- The cold dishes
Three kinds of salad: yellow bean sprouts (green bean sprouts), carrot silk, kelp silk, can provide vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin A, bean sprouts, kelp has a heat-clearing effect.
Cold cabbage silk: provide vitamin C, heat to the fire.
A mixture of fungus: It can provide mineral iron, vitamin B family, and the bracts have a heat-clearing effect.
- The hot dishes
Stir-fried vegetables: green vegetables, rapeseed, cabbage, cabbage, and other green leafy vegetables, can provide vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin A, with a heat effect.
Pork celery: lean pork, celery, can provide iron, zinc, and other minerals and vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin A, celery has a heat effect.
Winter melon coriander soup: melon, coriander, tofu, bean sprouts, etc., can provide vitamin B family, melon, tofu, bean sprouts have a heat effect.
Pork liver spinach soup: can provide iron, zinc and other minerals, vitamin B family, vitamin A, is conducive to ulcer repair.
- The mustard
When you taste the sashimi or sushi of Japanese cuisine, you must match the mustard with tears and nose, the main purpose is to sterilize. Mustard produces such a spicy, pungent taste because it contains a special ingredient that is also found in other cruciferous vegetables. The experiment found that this ingredient in mustard can inhibit the growth of Streptococcus mutans that causes tooth decay. Mustard can also regulate female endocrine, enhance sexual function, stimulate blood vessel expansion, enhance facial blood circulation, and make women’s face much rosier.
In addition to serving with sashimi, you can mix a small spoonful of mustard with a little soy sauce to serve as a boiled seafood sauce. Or mix the equal proportion of mustard, honey, and water, and pour on the squid and shrimp to make a cold sauce, which can neutralize the astringency of seafood.