Regular intake of fluoride is recommended to protect against dental cavities and gum disease.
Tea is a natural source of fluoride and just one cup can contain 0.3 to 0.5 mg. Studies show that the polyphenolic activity of tea may also benefit oral health. However, its not all teas that are this way. The best tea is Green Tea for oral health.
Best Health wrote that green tea can help with cavity prevention, gum health, less tooth loss, cancer control, and better breath. Nature wrote that with origins dating back over 4,000 years, green tea has long been a popular beverage in Asian culture, and while ancient Chinese and Japanese medicine believed green tea consumption could cure disease and heal wounds, recent scientific studies are beginning to establish the potential health benefits of drinking green tea, especially in weight loss, heart health, and cancer prevention. Researchers observed that for every…
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