Healthy teeth and the role of oleanolic acid

Οleanolic acid is contained at a concentration of 70,25 mg per 100 g. of currants (black corinthian raisins), concentration that is identified by far richer in comparison to that of other foods. The above substance combat bacteria cause tooth decay and gum disease, suppresses their growth and prevent their attachment and the creation of dental plaque. Although it may seem strange, eating currants not affect, if not benefit the health of teeth and oral, and although their sweetness, they contain no sugar (sucrose).oleanolic acid.jpg

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