Effect of Dietary Protein and Fat on Dental Caries in the Rat
- Cariogenicity in Rats of a Diet Containing Lactalbumin or Casein as the Protein Source. HUXLEY, H. G. // Journal of Dental Research;Aug1977, Vol. 56 Issue 8, p900
The article presents a study which examines the occurrence of dental caries in laboratory rats whose diet contains lactalbumin or casein as the source of protein. The belief that diets containing casein will more effectively prevent the development of dental caries than diets containing...
- Modification of Food Cariogenicity in Rats by Mineral-rich Concentrates from Milk. HARPER, D. S.; OSBORN, J. C.; CLAYTON, R.; HEFFERREN, J. J. // Journal of Dental Research;Jan1987, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p42
Dairy products, including milk, cheese, and casein, can reduce the caries-causing potential of cariogenic substrates as measured in various animal, plaque acidity, and in vitro systems. Although the mechanisms responsible for protection are not completely identified, substances containing Ca and...
- Diet Advice To Chew On To Keep Teeth, Gums--And More--Healthy. Antinoro, Linda // Environmental Nutrition;Feb2002, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p1
Examines the impact of a healthy diet on cavity prevention in the U.S. Potential for tooth decay; Gum disease prevention; Prevention or delay of onset of osteoporosis.
- natural dentistry. Mackay, Ross // New Vegetarian & Natural Health;Autumn2002, p30
Focuses on the approaches to natural dentistry. Link between diet and tooth decay; Causes of tooth loss; Effects of tooth fillings on health. INSETS: TOOTH REMOVAL;COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS.
- Milk protein fights tooth decay. // Dairy Industries International;Jun95, Vol. 60 Issue 6, p5
Cites the eventual release in Australian supermarkets of a milk-based ingredient, the protein casein phosphopeptide (CPP), that can be used as a food additive to prevent and repair tooth decay. Clinical trials of CPP; Collaborative development of CPP between ICI Australia and Bonlac Foods.
- SUSCEPTIBILITY TO DENTAL CARIES IN THE RAT. ROSEBURY, THEODOR; KARSHAN, MAXWELL // Journal of Dental Research;Jun1939, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p189
The article presents a study examining the influence of vitamin D, fats, and fatty oils upon the susceptibility of laboratory rats to dental caries. The discovery in a previous study that the presence of corn oil or oily preparations of vitamin D reduced the occurrence of caries in rats fed a...
- DENTAL CARIES IN THE SYRIAN HAMSTER. KEYES, PAUL H. // Journal of Dental Research;May1959, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p525
The article investigates dental caries in syrian hamsters. An experiment is described and results are presented. Findings indicate that rampant dental caries can be introduced by means of a diet high in carbohydrates and low in fat. Within 35 days such a diet can induce cavitation in or destroy...
- The relationship between healthful eating practices and dental caries in children aged 2-5 years in the United States, 1988-1994. Dye, Bruce A.; Shenkin, Jonathan D.; Ogden, Cynthia L.; Marshall, Teresa A.; Levy, Steve M.; Kanellis, Michael J. // Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA);Jan2004, Vol. 135 Issue 1, p55
Examines the relationship between caries in primary teeth and healthful eating practices in young children in the U.S. Knowledge of parents and caregivers on the age-appropriate healthful eating practices for young children; Role of refine carbohydrates in the caries process; Discussion of the...
- Why choose to become a Vegetarian? Horsman, Jennifer; Flowers, Jaime // Share Guide;Jan/Feb2007, Issue 89, p17
The article focuses on the health benefits of being a vegetarian. A healthy vegetarian diet includes fruits, vegetables, less saturated fats and cholesterol. Vegetarians do not consume the myriad of pesticides and other chemicals in meat. Unlike meat eaters, vegetarians do not have to worry...