7 Tips of Oral Hygiene

Smile is the best dress you can wear anytime and everywhere. A lot of us sometimes have a hard time to go to a dentist for an oral checkup. For some they were scared of what the dentist’s findings and the advice to extract tooth and for some they find it expensive. They don’t realize the benefits they can get out of the consultation. Teeth are very essential to us, it plays a major role in breaking down the food we eat and swallow it down before it enters our digestive system. So we should take good care of them. To help you, here are the tips on how to have healthy teeth:

Here are some tips to how to keep your teeth healthy and tips given by Bouverie Dental Melbourne.

Begin at the early age

if you have kids, it’s best if you’re going to start to remind them to take good care of their teeth, you may advice them to brush their teeth three times a day. Younger children tend to follow more what is being instructed than adults.

Use toothpaste with fluoride

You can purchase toothpaste that will help maintained good and whiter teeth. You can use toothpaste with fluoride.

Change toothbrush

It also helps if you’re going to change your toothbrush every other month to prevent from plaques and as advice from the dentist.

Rinse after eating

You can rinse in water after you have eaten something in your mouth. You may also purchase a mouthwash anywhere from the store.

 

Avoid smoking

Good if you’re not engage in smoking. Because if you are into this activity there’s possibility that yourteeth will get some tooth decay and suffer from plaque and stained from the smoke.

Eat right kind of foods

Together with the oral care, you may also eat nutritious food that strengthens your teeth. This would add natural maintenance of strong teeth.

Avoid from eating too much sugar foods and drinks

Too much of sugars in food and drink intake will easily ruin your beautiful teeth it can easily cause cavity from your teeth.

The regular oral hygiene of teeth will give you good and complete smile in a day. If you just take time to look after what are good and bad for your teeth. If you want a lifetime beautiful teeth that you ever wanted. The first advice is don’t be afraid to consult your teeth to dentist expert and if by means of natural oral care, you may purchase organic products that can take good care of your teeth naturally.

Wanna Have A Drink So Do We But What Should We Order

Hey Party Animal,

Whats up with getting a bit loose every now and again?  Well, with most all things in health, it DEPENDS on who you are and your goals.  If your #1 priority for a short amount of time is weight loss, increased insulin sensitivity, or athletic performance you may want to hold off on the booze until you get where you want to be with those goals first.  With that being said, for a baseline healthy individual, should we NEVER consume alcohol?  After all, it is a fermented beverage and fermented products are good for us right?  Well, yes and no.

In our opinion, if you have an occasional drink in a social atmosphere with friends and family the benefits of that experience far outweigh the negatives. Laughing and socializing with friends and family offer benefits we cant exactly measure with macronutrient levels (protein, carbs, and fats) or calories.  This socializing does not have to be experienced with alcohol of course but for many it is worth the potential negatives for the buzz of the alcohol.  We are not in the business of babysitting and we all know what our own healthy stopping point is.  At the end of the day we must weight the risks vs. rewards for ourselves.

So, with that being said lets pony up to the bar and have ourselves a drink already.  So, what to order?  There are some obvious best choices here so listen up and lets get loose and remember manuka bars are a great compliment to all the following beverages.

Beer: MAYBE. Unless it’s certified gluten free, beer will be made from any number of grains, usually barley or wheat. Gluten free beer is made from sorghum and other GF grains. All grains are still inflammatory and can be harmful to the gut lining, so limit consumption of GF beers.

Brands reco: (in order of preference for us) Brunehaut, Green’s, New Planet, Bard’s, Redbridge, New Grist, St. Peter’s

Tequila: YES. Only purchase 100% agave tequila, if not it’s 51% plant and the rest is sugar.

Brand reco: Petrone.

Recipe: Try the NorCal Margarita made famous by Robb Wolf: Combine tequila, the juice & pulp of 1 fresh lime, ice, and soda water for an awesome drink.

Vodka: MAYBE. Look for vodka that is distilled from grapes, potatoes, or a fruit like coconut. Dont buy vodka distilled from cereal grains.

Brand recos: Ciroc (grapes), Chopin & Blue Ice (potatoes), VuQo (coconut)

Gin: NO. Made from the distillation of fermented grain mash & then infused with botanicals such as Juniper berries in the second distillation, so it’s out.

Veev: YES. Liqueur distilled from acai berries.

Hard cider: YES. Tends to be higher in natural sugars so stick to the very dry ciders, purchase organic as apples are on the dirty dozen list, and make sure there is no added sugars or preservatives in the ingredient label. Homemade cider is extremely easy to make and then you know exactly what youre getting in your booze. Try googling for recipes.