13 Foods That Can Whiten Your Teeth Naturally

The grocery stores and dental offices are flooding with services and products that promise to brighten your smile. However before availing any of these tempting offers or getting hold of a home whitening kit, consider trying these 13 naturally occurring whitening substitutes.

1. Strawberries

One of the most commercially widespread tooth-whitening products is malic acid which is a natural astringent that acts as a bleaching agent.

Strawberry has this natural ingredient which can help whiten your teeth so don’t forget to add it to your basket on your next trip to the farmer’s market.

Strawberries also have vitamin C which helps in removing plaque.

Does Eating Strawberries Whiten Your Teeth
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2. Oil (sesame oil or virgin coconut oil)

Oil pulling is a technique employed for gargling instead of cooking. Sesame oil or virgin coconut oil is rinsed around inside the mouth and afterward spat out after fifteen minutes. As the substance is energetically pulled back and forth in the mouth, the nutrients are absorbed by the mucous membranes.

Sesame oil is rich in vitamin A, omega 3 fatty acids, calcium, iron, Vitamin E and B; contrarily virgin oil has antibacterial properties that promote cavity free teeth and healthy gums. Any spittle that will be formed during gargle must be spat out.

Oil Pulling Teeth Whitening
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