Gli alimenti autunnali giusti per denti forti e sani

The right autumnal foods for strong and healthy teeth

Finally, it's pumpkin time again. The most important allies for teeth and gums are vitamins and minerals. Both protect against colds, especially during the cold season, and significantly contribute to our oral health.

These foods should never be missing from your autumn menu:

Autumn Edition

Finally, it's pumpkin time again. The most important allies for teeth and gums are vitamins and minerals. Both protect against colds, especially during the cold season, and significantly contribute to our oral health.

A balanced diet with fresh vegetables and fruits is ideal for teeth. Here are the most important dental vitamins and where you can find them.

Vitamin A

Prevents gum disease, supports the growth and regeneration of oral mucosa. It is found in carrots, cabbage, spinach, broccoli, peppers, pumpkin, valerian, chicory, eggs.

Vitamin C

It is significantly involved in dental bone formation. Strengthens gums, prevents inflammation of the tooth bed, and can protect against periodontitis. It is found in peppers, broccoli, spinach, kiwi.

Vitamin D

Promotes tooth growth and enamel hardness. It is found in smoked eel, salmon, sardines, herring, trout, veal, eggs, liver. Promis' secret tip: sunbathe extensively (protected).


Helps strengthen tooth enamel, also protects against acid and sugar. It is found in cheese, nuts, sesame seeds, cabbage, white beans, chickpeas.


Prevents gum disease and can protect against tooth loss. It is found in whole grains, sunflower seeds, peanuts, corn, vegetables, etc.


Important in the fight against cavities, also hardens tooth enamel. It is found in fluoride toothpaste, seafood, pork liver, spinach, beef fillet, black tea.

Now let's move on to the quintessential autumn vegetable and what it can offer: pumpkin.

Pumpkin can provide everything. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber:

  • Beta-carotene - the precursor of vitamin A with an antioxidant effect.
  • Potassium - important for the heart
  • Calcium - an essential component of bones and teeth
  • Magnesium - important for nerves, muscles, heart, and bone and tooth formation
  • Iron - responsible for oxygen transport, oxygen storage in muscles, and energy metabolism


Therefore, pumpkin is a true superfood. So put everything in the blender and make soup!

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