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Kids Oral Health

Vitamins Needed For Oral Health!

Are you or your kids challenged with oral health problems– gingivitis, toothaches, bleeding gums… You might be deficient in these vitamins!

Deficiencies in certain vitamins may be the cause of early warning symptoms in your mouth.  

And, the worst food for your teeth and gums (by no surprise) is sugar!

Here are the best vitamins for your teeth and gums:

1. Vitamin A:  When deficient can lead to 

– Gingivitis  

– Periodontitis

2. Vitamin C: When deficient can lead to: 

– Loose teeth 

– Bleeding gums  

3. Vitamin B1: Optimal amounts produced by your microbiome may help with 

– Nerve pain

– Toothaches

4. Vitamins D, K2, and F:  

+ Vitamin D supports calcium absorption

+ Vitamin K2 transports calcium to the teeth

+ Vitamin F (omega-3/Omega-6) helps push calcium into the tissues

Due to the amounts of vitamin A, grass-fed, organic butter or ghee, and cod liver oil or cod liver top the list of great food sources. 

Other foods to consider include:

Vitamin A: liver, cod liver oil, mackerel, salmon, tuna, butter, goat cheese, eggs, sweet potatoes, carrots, squash, kale

Vitamin C: strawberries, guavas, cherries, oranges, bell peppers, cruciferous veggies, dark leafy greens, tomatoes

Vitamin K2: kale, collards, mustard greens, Swiss chard, parsley, romaine, Brussel sprouts

Foods that increase production of vitamin B1 include: pork, salmon, flax, squash, black beans, tuna, dairy, beef

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Data source: Site-Specific Profiling of the Dental Mycobiome Reveals Strong Taxonomic Shifts during Progression of Early-Childhood Caries

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