Good Nutrition for Good Dental and Overall Health
We agree with your mom, eat more fruits and vegetables!
Here’s the latest on clean eating.
Clean eating is basically simple. You don’t have to worry about counting calories or eating more protein or less fat. Instead, ask yourself the question,
“Where did this food come from?”
Clean eating is all about eating whole foods, or eating foods that are as close to their natural form as possible. Eating foods that are not processed or are minimally processed, refined, and handled. There are a lot of processed foods out there that taste pretty yummy. But in order to care for your
and for your best oral health, make the switch!