Water has many obvious benefits to our health, but it's especially good for your oral health. Our bodies are 60% water, and staying hydrated heps to keep those healthy nutrients equally distributed around your body, keeps your skin looking fresh, gets rid of waste and keeps your muscles moving.
It's a great cleaner, especially after a meal as it washes away any leftover food or residue which is potentially cavity-causing.
Water prevents dry mouth. Saliva is your mouth’s first defense against tooth decay. It washes away leftover food, helps you swallow with ease and keeps your teeth strong by washing them with calcium, phosphate and fluoride. When your saliva supply runs low, dry mouth may also
A high calorie intake can also be avoided by substituting colas, sugary juices and sports drinks with a glass of water. Water doesn’t have any calories, and it contains no sugar, which makes it incredibly healthy...
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