Want whiter, healthier looking teeth! Dr. Bruce Gardner of the Gardner Dental Group shares on The Wine Ladies Audio Podcast.
Dr. Bruce Gardner of Dental Gardner Group joins us next. Dr. Gardner takes care of The Wine Ladies, and our smiles. No red wine stains on our pearly whites. Dr. Gardner is to share with us the importance of dental care as it also relates to anti-aging!
Listen to Dr. Bruce Gardner at 26:50 minutes in the show.
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On this week’s Audio Podcast…
The Best Anti-Aging Secrets Revealed.
The Wine Ladies Ask The Experts.
The focus…Our bodies, our mind, our health, staying vibrant and youthful no matter the chronological age with tips from three very special guests.
Is wine is good for your teeth?
Red wine has previously been linked to a range of supposed health benefits, from helping the heart to lowering the risk of diabetes.
Now a new study suggests it contains chemicals that can help in the fight against tooth decay and gum disease.
Researchers found compounds from the drink, known as polyphenols, helped fend off harmful bacteria in the mouth.Previous studies have suggested that the health benefits of polyphenols are linked to them being antioxidants that protect the body from harmful free radicals.However, recent studies have indicated that polyphenols might also boost health by working with “good bacteria” in our gut.
Scientists looked into whether wine polyphenols might also be good for oral health.
Researchers compared the effects of two polyphenols from red wine against grape seed and red wine extract supplements on bacteria that stick to teeth and gums and cause dental plaque, cavities and gum disease. They found the wine polyphenols and extracts all reduced the bacteria’s ability to stick to the cells, but the polyphenols – caffeic and p-coumaric acids – were more effective. When combined with the Streptococcus dentisani – believed to be an oral probiotic, which stimulates the growth of good bacteria – the polyphenols were even better at inhibiting the pathogenic bacteria.
The findings, they said, could ultimately lead to new dental treatments.
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