Posted on July 21 2015

Can a naturally occurring amino acid improve oral health?

Researchers at University of Michigan and Newcastle University recently discovered Arginine, a naturally occurring amino acid found in food, breaks down dental plaque. This could help millions of people avoid gum disease and cavities. Arginine is found in poultry, fish, red meat, and dairy products and is already used in some dental products for tooth sensitivity ” To view more on this article or other articles please click here.  Can a naturally occurring amino acid improve oral health?