How many of you grew up believing sticky raisins actually weren’t all that good for your teeth?
I found something interesting today ...
New research published in the journal, Phytochemistry Letters
, shows that raisins may benefit oral health because they possess antimicrobial phytochemicals that suppress the growth of some oral bacteria associated with dental cavities and gum disease.
The in vitro study isolated eight known compounds from raisins and then… Continue