Apples are good for your health. The high water and fiber content of whole fruit helps to clean the teeth when we munch, says the American Dental Association. Crunching on fruit (and vegetables) also stimulates the production of saliva which can wash harmful acids away from our teeth.
Apples are good for your health. The high water and fiber content of whole fruit helps to clean the teeth when we munch, says the American Dental Association. Crunching on fruit (and vegetables) also stimulates the production of saliva which can wash harmful acids away from our teeth. Dreamstime TNS
Apples are good for your health. The high water and fiber content of whole fruit helps to clean the teeth when we munch, says the American Dental Association. Crunching on fruit (and vegetables) also stimulates the production of saliva which can wash harmful acids away from our teeth. Dreamstime TNS

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