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Fall Foods You Want in Your Diet to Help Avoid Cavities


Posted on 9/15/2017 by Mark Bieber
 Vegetable Toomin & Bieber Aesthetic Comprehensive Dentistry CA 91505
Fall is a great time to indulge in healthy foods. There are so many types of produce that come into season during all parts of fall. If you want to avoid as many cavities as possible, you want to eat as much produce as possible.

The fiber is great for your mouth, along with the rest of your body. If you are looking for mouth-healthy foods, then you are in for a feast! Here are some of the best foods for you to add into your diet.

Some of the Best Fall Produce for a Healthy Mouth

Squash and pumpkins come into season in the latter part of the fall. Both of them are great options for you to eat. They have tons of fiber, and a lot of nutrients that you don't get from most of the foods you eat throughout the day. Make sure to include as many of these as you can in your daily diet.

Another great type of food to eat this time of year is root vegetables. Carrots are some of the most well-known, but they are far from the only options. You can also enjoy parsnips, celery, turnips, beets, and rutabaga.

They all provide you with a lot of fiber, plus a lot of healthy nutrients that you don't find in many common foods you eat other parts of the year.

One of the best food options this time of year is the greens you can get. Spinach, kale, and mustard greens are a great way of getting a bunch of nutrients in a simple-to-eat package. Add them into your diet daily whenever possible.

For more food options that you should be eating this time of year, come in and talk with us. We are always full of useful information on ways to keep your mouth healthy.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us at (818) 748-9998 today.

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