• Raisins and Dental Health

    1 month ago - By Nutrition Facts

    “ Raisins have a long-standing reputation as a food that promotes dental caries ,” based on decades-old studies on rats that ranked raisins up there with cupcakes as among the most cavity-promoting foods. To this day, you'll see dental authorities advise against eating dried fruit, like raisins. As I discuss in my video Do Raisins Cause Cavities? , more recent evidence-from studies done on actual people-“ casts some doubt on the role of raisins with regards to tooth decay.”
    The formation of cavities depends on three factors: acid, adherence , and the bacteria that make up the dental...
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  • Multi-professional meetings on health checks and communication in providing nutritional guidance for infants and toddlers in Japan: a cross-sectional, national survey-based study

    1 month ago - By BMC

    Health personnel must provide continuous support in response to problematic results from health checks of infants and toddlers. Among this support, it is important for health personne...
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