Instead of steaming, eat the crispy florets of this green vegetable raw. The nutritional veggie can act as a natural toothbrush that can clean teeth as you chomp away. Plus, the high levels of iron can coat the enamel to help ward off stains, harmful bacteria, and acid erosion.
This fruit requires a lot of chewing to eat, similar to crunchy carrots, and that’s a good, cleansing exercise for your mouth. The natural scrubbing action washes particles from the teeth and keeps them white.
cheese, yogurt and milk, contain lactic acid and the enamel-fortifying mineral calcium, which strengthen teeth while also whitening them. Chewing on cheese also prompts production of saliva, which washes away staining food particles.
These fruits may be a dark color, but they’re also packed with an enzyme known as malic acid, which naturally makes teeth whiter.
This crunchy veggie has an abrasive surface that stains don't stand a chance next to. Besides just snacking on a raw carrot, try rubbing the bright roots against your teeth for a quick smooth polish.
The skin of the fruit contains variants of vitamin C, which can be a substitute for harsh teeth whiteners.
This sweet, juicy tropical fruit can do a number on your mouth if you eat too much of it, but the same enzyme in pineapple that makes your tongue feel like sandpaper could also whiten your teeth.
Celery has fibrous cellulose act as a natural toothbrush, while the high water content stimulates saliva production, your natural mouth cleanser.
Chewing on these rabbit favorites raw will increase the amount of saliva in your mouth, cleaning it further. The vitamin A in carrots is good, not just for your eyesight, but helps strengthen tooth enamel as well.