Researchers at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) recently examined the brains of ten deceased dementia patients and revealed an unexpected commonality: when compared with samples from people without dementia, these ten brains all had elevated levels of Porphyromonas gingivalis, a bacterium which usually causes gum disease.
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Tips for Healthy, White Teeth
When it comes to oral health, what people eat and drink have a huge impact on their teeth. Acids and sugars are the worst enemies to dental health – bacteria in the mouth convert sugar into acid and erodes the tooth enamel, the protective layer on your teeth. The effect of enamel erosion is permanent and irreversible. Sugar and acid also change the pH balance in the mouth - prolonged exposure could ultimately lead to sensitivity, pain and cavity. Keep the following drink list and tips for healthy, white teeth in mind when choosing your drinks.