Did you know that raisins fight tooth decay?

Publié par happy-diet vendredi 16 avril 2010

Did you know that raisins fight tooth decay?

According to a new study that raisins contain compounds that resist the oral bacteria that cause tooth decay and gum disease.

And indicated laboratory tests conducted by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago, the chemicals of plant origin that it contains raisins inhibit the growth of number of types of oral bacteria responsible for tooth decay and gum disease.

And routine chemical analysis showed the presence of five compounds seedless raisins, which Oolianolik acid, aldehyde Uljanik, Bitolen, acid Betoleniec, and Article 5 - Hidroxmethyl -2 - Furfural. And all of these phytochemicals are the antioxidants found in plants, naturally.

And prevent acid Oolianolik example, the growth of two types of bacteria that cause tooth decay and its environment, and it is effective to varying degrees of concentration, and prevents the bacteria from the deposition of plaques plaque on the teeth and is detrimental to the health of teeth. And after eating a meal rich in sugars, bacteria release Ohmadha that lead to the erosion of tooth enamel.

The researchers suggest that data of this study refute the impressions of public opinion and established that raisins exacerbating the problem of tooth decay, so that is a sweet raisin-stick and is usually caused sugars bound to tooth decay.

And the researchers concluded that the soft foods negotiable Itsaq not necessarily cause damage to teeth, but sugar (sucrose) added to foods is responsible for the aggravation of the problem.

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