Bleeding gums can happen for many reasons, but historically, the leading cause of bleeding gums was vitamin deficiency. More specifically, a lack of vitamin C can often cause bleeding gums or inflammation in those tissues. One of the main symptoms of scurvy – a deficiency in vitamin C – in bleeding gums. Therefore, if you don’t know what is specifically causing your bleeding gums, one of the best places to start is with increasing your ascorbic acid intake. Some of the best foods for vitamin C include broccoli, cabbage, oranges, mangoes, papaya and strawberries.
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