Excessive fruit consumption can damage your teeth

Fruits and vegetables are part of a healthy diet. Vitamins, minerals and fibres are important for the body and mind and should not be lacking from a balanced diet. However, this does not apply to your teeth. Excessive consumption of fruit can cause damage to the teeth. In the worst case it can even lead to loss of teeth. Above all, the acid inside them ensures that the teeth will be affected.

The more acidic food we consume, the greater the risk of damaging the enamel. The dose is important, so this should be taken into account, writes hamburg040.

Acidic fruits such as apple, pineapple and citrus should be eaten somewhat less; other fruits such as blueberries, peaches, mango, grapes or nectarines should be chosen instead.

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