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There are plenty of reasons why your gums might be bleeding, ranging from an infection to a lack of certain nutrients in your diet, as well as poor oral hygiene. If you don’t effectively brush and floss your teeth, it can be easy for food to enter the cracks and crevices of your teeth and wreak havoc on your oral health. One of the natural ways to counteract this, or to at least boost your oral hygiene, is to eat raw vegetables. The fiber in raw vegetables naturally cleans your teeth and strengthens the tissues of the gums. It also increases blood circulation to the gums, which improves the speed of repair after bleeding. Protection Status
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