1 (edited by TeaGuyInTheCity 2016-01-28 06:38:12)

Topic: Tea and tooth health?

I had a dentist visit tonight and sad to say, my enamel isn't as thick as it used to be. I stumbled across this article ( http://teaperspective.com/how-tea-can-s … th-enamel/ ) and it sounds like the fluoride found in tea can be beneficial for a healthy smile (Here's a direct link to the research: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1 … /abstract) But I've also done a bit more research on fluoride after reading this and it sounds kind of controversial. Is there enough of it in tea for it to be good or bad either way, or does it mostly depend on the water I'm using?

Re: Tea and tooth health?

I do not think it is due to fluoride. Enamel erosion mainly occurs due to consumption of sugar laden drinks.

Re: Tea and tooth health?

White tea is a rich source of fluoride and catechins. This significantly improves your oral health. It strengthens your teeth and gets rid of plaque. It also makes the enamel acid and sugar resistant.

Buy authentic and organic white tea from Chai and Mighty. yes, they do ship overseas.