Read the important 'REAL FOOD' news and articles today!

Tag archive

harmful bacteria

Clean Your Teeth And Curb Your Appetite With Xylitol Gum

in Overall Health by
Clean Your Teeth And Curb Your Appetite With Xylitol Gum

Sugar-free gum can be a great tool for weight loss and dental health. It provides an oral fixation, and some flavor, without adding many calories. Unfortunately, aspartame, which is the most commonly used artificial sweetener, has quite a few health risks associated with its consumption. Luckily, xylitol gum sweetens the gum and additionally provides some…

Keep Reading

Understanding the Overall Concept of Good Health with a Holistic Analysis

in Overall Health by
Understanding the Overall Concept of Good Health with a Holistic Analysis

Everyone wants to be in good health, you hear it all the time. But what exactly does that mean? Well generally it implies that someone’s mind and body are both without any kind of injury or illness, but how does that translate into a lifestyle? You may really be Sick of Your House Whether you…

Keep Reading

Probiotics: What You Really Need To Know

in Overall Health by
Probiotics: What You Really Need To Know

You may have seen probiotics in the supplement aisle of your local store and listed in ads for yogurt. Probiotics are special microorganisms that are beneficial to the body. Many people associate all bacteria with disease, but a healthy body contains several varieties of bacteria and other organisms necessary for normal function. Supplementing with probiotics…

Keep Reading

Too Much Tea Caused Tooth-loss for One Woman

in Overall Health by
Too Much Tea Caused Tooth-loss for One Woman

Your mom wasn’t lying when she said too much of anything isn’t good. Tea can sometimes be good for your teeth in moderation, due to compounds known as polyphenols. Polyphenols help fight harmful bacteria in the mouth, if you don’t over do it. Too much tea can be no-good however, as one woman found out.…

Keep Reading

Importance of Prevention for Oral Health

in Overall Health by
Importance of Prevention for Oral Health

Nearly everyone has heard the old saying that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” This saying is as true today as when your grandparents said it, especially when it comes to your oral health. Preventative measures, such as brushing and flossing your teeth and visiting your dental professional regularly, is an…

Keep Reading

Your Oral Health Affects You

in Overall Health by
Your Oral Health Affects You

When you think about your oral health, you probably think about tooth decay and periodontal disease. Naturally you want to avoid those common dental problems to maintain the appearance of your smile, if for nothing else. However, it is important to maintain your good oral health to preserve your overall health and keep your smile…

Keep Reading

Go to Top