Wellness - Dental Care | 3-12 yrs

Foods That Keep Your Child's Teeth Healthy

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A proper and nutritious diet is essential for your a child to stay healthy. But, do you know that the teeth should also be in good condition for, without healthy teeth, your child will find it extremely difficult to eat food and drink fluids.

As parents, you should teach your child about the importance of healthy foods that will keep their teeth white and strong. Your child’s diet will play a key role in his dental health.

According to a parenting website, parents should focus on reducing overall snacking and eating healthy meals. Other foods that keep your child’s teeth healthy are starchy foods such as bread, rice, and pasta; meat, beans, and eggs.

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