It Works on Sushi. It Could Help Teeth, Too.

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By Timberlake Dental curated from nytimes.com

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“If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, will a California roll a day keep the dentist at bay? Probably not. But there is a claim that certain compounds found in wasabi, the piquant green horseradish that accompanies sushi and sashimi, can kill the bacteria that cause tooth decay.”

See full article on nytimes.com

Commentary:

As stated in the article, Other foods, like some nuts and cheeses, he added, can kill oral bacteria, and anything that stimulates salivation, including wasabi, is also beneficial.

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