Escape the sugar rush dinner

How to avoid added sugar at dinnertime

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Following on from my blog ‘How to avoid added sugar at lunchtime’, this blog will look at no-added-sugar meal planning strategies for dinner. Many people get home from work in the evening and are too tired to cook so fall back on takeaways or convenience foods such as ready meals, which are often high in added sugar. It is possible …

To juice or not to juice

What impact do juice diets have on your oral health?

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With so many diets to choose from, it’s hard to know which one is best, which one suits your lifestyle, and most importantly which one includes foods that you actually enjoy to eat? There are many variations of diets which focus upon differing the ratio of macros (carbohydrate, fat, and protein) such as: low carb high fat, low carb high …

Rotten Diet Rotten Teeth

Rotten Diets, Rotten Teeth – Tips On How To Keep Your Child’s Diet Healthy

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Alongside good dental hygiene such as tooth brushing and regular dental visits, effective nutritional advice is a key strategy in the drive to reduce dental decay. Here I take a look at how drivers of prevention and treatment need to work together effectively to strengthen and protect the teeth of our children and offer some tips on what you can …

Extracting the Evidence

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Over the past few months, the national news has been in uproar over the state of children’s dental health. So, we’ve enlisted the help of Nutritional Therapist Natasha Wilcock to provide this week’s blog. Specifically written for the parents amongst your patient list, this blog helps to reinforce the advice of many dentists on how parents can help prevent bad …