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Munch on the following foods to get whiter teeth (chocolate included!)
Having white and bright teeth is a symbol of beauty more than ever. According to the latest research, a whooping 47% of us first notice a person’s smile when meeting them, followed by the eyes, the perfume, the clothes and the hair. Basically, someone will decide whether you are attractive or not mostly based on the beauty of your teeth. Before you get all worked up because you think your teeth are not as white as you’d like it to be, we are not suggesting for you to try and get a teeth shade that might not suite you. What we’re trying to say is that each person is born with a specific teeth shade than can go from slightly grey to slightly yellow; during the years your teeth swill tend to stain in consequence of bad habits such as smoking or eating and drinking foods that contain teeth staining pigments, such as fizzy drinks, coffee, red wine and so on. There are many ways to whiten your teeth including professional teeth whitening or by applying some DIY mixture but the most important thing is to make sure you do not damage your teeth with a formula that’s too abrasive and you don’t get a shade that is just too white and looking fake.

To make sure you get natural results and keep your teeth healthy while trying to get rid of stains, we advise you to always consult your dentist in regard to the most effective yet safe ways to whiten your teeth. In the mean time, there are a few unsuspectable foods you should be regularly munching on to prevent stains and prolong teeth whitening results after a whitening treatment.

1. Strawberries: is there anyone on this planet that does not like strawberries? If there is, too bad for them. Strawberries contain malice acid, a substance that fights off stains.

2. Dark chocolate: you might be surprised to hear this but dark chocolate is great for your teeth as it contains theobromine, a powder that strengthens enamel and makes it less prone to discolouration.

3. Cheese: now apart from being yummy, cheese helps to prevent discolouration and erosion thanks to its property to reduce acids in your mouth. That is why you should munch on a piece of cheese after most meals.

4. Green tea: rich in tannins, green tea fights bacteria off and builds up on fluoride that helps your teeth against external attacks.

5. Apples and pears: this combo is awesome and is considered to be some sort of a natural toothbrush since it helps clean teeth and stimulates the production of saliva which is key to neutralising mouth bacteria.

We’re not saying that just by eating the above mentioned foods your teeth will transform into dazzling diamonds but you will be doing a favour to your dental health and your overall health by incorporating these groceries into your daily diets!