Diet rich in whole-grain carbohydrates less likely to damage oral health
from Newcastle University via ScienceDaily
An examination of research on oral health, commissioned by the World Health Organization, has indicated that for oral health, we should stick to whole-grain carbohydrates and avoid processed ones, especially if sweet. Food contains different types of starchy carbohydrate with varying degrees of processing. Although the researchers found no association between the total amount of starch eaten and tooth decay, they did find that more processed forms of starch increased risk of cavities.
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