Studies have stated that people who drank green tea had better oral health than those who didn’t.
Another Indian study says how green tea can be a boon for periodontal health. The tea reduces inflammation and limits the growth of certain bacteria that can lead to oral healths, tooth decay being one of them. It was also found that the more frequently test subjects took green tea, the better their oral health was (25).
Green tea also prevents tooth decay by limiting the development of bacterial plaque. The polyphenols in green tea fight plaque by suppressing glucosyltransferase, a compound oral bacteria use to feed on sugar (26).
Green tea contains fluoride too – another reason it can help prevent tooth decay. The tea also fights the bacteria Streptococcus mutans, which are commonly found in dental cavities.
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