What Are the Most Sugary Drinks to Avoid?

While some drinks may offer a few health benefits, the negative dental effects they come with, are overwhelming.  If they must be taken, then moderation is the key here.  Otherwise, complete withdrawal from sugary drinks is what dentists recommend, as this will help reduce the severity of dental maladies. Sugary drinks to avoid Sodas are some of the drinks that you should try to avoid.  They are produced using refined sugars and artificial sweeteners for flavor. These sugars are harmful to the body, especially because of their ability to induce harmful reactions in the mouth. Oftentimes, they will induce bacterial environments leading to conditions like gingivitis or tooth decay. Wines are also sugary drinks that can be harmful to the teeth.  According to certain health research, wine is rich in nutrients that may help in overall wellbeing and health of the body, but most of them contain additives to improve the quality and appearance, which make the sugar composition a tad higher. Certain juices– are manufactured actually using very little of the claimed fruits.  These sugary drinks are made with a large quantity of additives and harmful artificial sweeteners. This makes this type of drink the most harmful to the teeth, causing many dental problems. It is recommended to buy fresh fruits from the local grocer or farmers market.  It is easy to squeeze your own juices, or blend your own smoothies at home. Why you should avoid sugary drinks Sugary drinks are a health hazard. The effects can be severe in some stages of the life of an individual, especially in women. Generally, they facilitate harmful dental conditions, in addition to health disorders such as diabetes, heart diseases and obesity. Dr. Peter Hazim is very experienced and can evaluate your teeth to suggest a healthy dental plan for you. Please call us at (972) 727-5599. We are conveniently located at 105 N. Alma Drive, Suite 100 in Allen, Texas.

Dr. Hazim is a member of the American Dental Association and the Texas Dental Association. A graduate of Loyola University, Dr. Hazim has undergone continuing education at the Pankey Institute and has received accreditation from the Western Regional Examining Board.

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