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Parsley Is More than Just a Garnish
Posted on 1/30/2019 by The team at DDI
If you eat out at restaurants frequently, you've probably noticed sprigs of parsley on your plate as a garnish. Most people assume the parsley is simply there to look pretty, and it gets tossed out at the end of your meal. What you might not know is that parsley is more than just a garnish, and it actually offers both oral and overall health benefits. Freshens the Breath When it comes to your oral health, parsley can offer some helpful benefits by preventing bad breath. Parsley has antibacterial properties that prevent bacteria from developing. When bacteria levels are kept under control, your breath will stay fresh. After a meal, try and chew on and parsley sprig to keep your breath fresh throughout the afternoon. Strengthen Your Teeth Another benefit of parsley on the mouth is its ability to strengthen the teeth. Parsley is high in vitamin K, which plays and important role in calcium absorption. As you may know, calcium is essential for strong and healthy teeth and bones. Your strong teeth will be more resistant to damage and disease. Prevent Cavities and Gum Disease Bacteria is the main cause of a host of dental problems, including gum disease, cavities, and decay. Those same antimicrobial properties that allow parsley to freshen your breath can also help to prevent against these issues. By hindering the growth of bacteria, you'll have fewer in the mouth to produce acids that attack the gums and enamel. Fight Cancer Parsley can also prevent a variety of cancers, as it is packed full of myricetin. This flavonoid is also found in cranberries, and it is known to help fight aggressive forms of cancer. Parsley also contains chlorophyll and apigenin, which have both shown promise in the fight against cancer. A healthy diet is only one part of good oral health. Dental visits are also important, so give us a call today to set up your next appointment....

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