Friday, 28 February 2020

Drinking Red Wine Can Prevent Tooth Damage

Drinking red wine is known to maintain heart health. But more than that, accustomed to consuming drinks that can maintain dental health.

In a glass of wine, found polyphenols that can improve dental health. Because a new study reveals that bringing red wine is very beneficial for maintaining overall health.

After analyzing the effects of polyphenols, there is also an antioxidant content found in red wine. Spanish chemists found that exposure to these compounds could help prevent bacteria from sticking to the gums, which usually causes cavities and plaque.

Not only that, antioxidants found in red wine can treat heart disease. Scientists from the Spanish National Research Council in Madrid examined two types of red wine polyphenols, caffeic acid and p-coumaric, both of which were also found in coffee and cranberries.

Both managed to prevent potentially harmful microbes from sticking to the gums. That can cause gum disease and tooth decay.

Scientists say the effect is stronger when polyphenols are combined with oral dentin probiotic streptococcus bacteria. Despite promising findings, the authors of the study quickly warned that we should not start our day with mouthwash.

Instead, they suggested gargling with red wine to prevent oral diseases. Given the exposure to polyphenols in the experiment lasts up to 47 hours.

You might think of liking red wine. Coupled with foods that contain vitamin C, such as berries.

"The findings suggest some compounds called phenols should be further investigated its role in preventing the bacteria bind to cells and cause infection, but it requires a lot of validation," said Professor of Metabolic Medicine at the University of Glasgow, told the Independent on Friday (02/23/2018) .

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