Few people, if any, look forward to visiting the dentist. Even though these visits are essential to our health treatments are sometimes painful, often stressful and invariably on the costly side. Therefore many will welcome news of a dietary change that could reduce the need for these visits. Apparently, polyphenols and other substances present in white tea help to fight off the bacteria responsible for dental damage. The tea also contains fluoride that many dentists recommend as part of an oral health preservation program.
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