Milk and cheese are filled with the stuff, which plays a vital role in the building of enamel. Enamel is what the top layer of the teeth is made from, and what keeps them strong. Read more
We're all familiar with the bad press it's gotten, with obvious confusion over whether it's actually as bad for our teeth as other less healthy sugary snacks. However, because of the high water content in most fruit, its sugar content is actually diluted significantly, plus the sugars contained are all natural. Read more
With so many conflicting views out there it can be hard to know what exactly is good for our dental health and what isn't. One minute we're being told to eat five pieces of fruit and veg a day, the next we're being berated by the experts for eating too much fruit because of the effect it has on our teeth. Read more
While you may be buying pumpkins for the sole purpose of carving them into scary faces to decorate your front steps and window sills on Halloween, the pumpkin's usefulness far surpasses the role of jack-o-lantern. Pumpkin is a fantastic ingredient that can be used in dishes both sweet and savoury and, even better, pumpkins are rife with nutrients that provide excellent health benefits. Read more
The clocks are going back this weekend, which means an extra hour of sleep! For many of us that extra hour is a fantastic treat - but did you know it could also be good for you? Getting a good night's sleep is about more than being alert the next morning, it can also do a world of good for your health!