The objective of the white diet is to avoid contact of the teeth with pigments contained in food, cosmetics and tobacco during a 48-hour period after the whitening procedure.
The following ingredients may be used
Milk, kefir, buttermilk, white yoghurt without additives, cottage cheese, cheese, sour cream, butter.
Poultry or rabbit meat.
All white fish.
White polished rice, wheat bread without seeds, nuts, whole grains, and all other cereals.
Boiled white potatoes, white cabbage, cauliflower, courgette.
The following ingredients may not be used
Products that contain fruit, berry, vegetable and other natural or artificial colourants, for instance, sweet yoghurts, cottage cheese desserts, curd snacks, chocolate.
Sausages, semi-processed foods, canned food, dried and smoked meat, beef, mutton, duck meat.
Dried, smoked, well done fried fish, salmon, trout, tuna, semi-processed fish, canned fish.
Crustaceans and other seafood.
Vegetables like carrots, beetroot, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, etc.
All fruit, berries, juices, drinks, jams.
All spices that possess explicit colours, for instance, curry, paprika, turmeric, etc.
All sauces that possess explicit colours, for instance, balsamic vinegar, tomato sauce, curry sauce, Mediterranean sauce, etc.
Teas (including herbal infusions), coffee, refreshing drinks that contain colourants, cocoa, chocolate.
Wine, liqueurs, beer, cognac, brandy, whiskey.
Instant soups, stock cubes, margarine, plant oils.
Products, which contain colourants E 100 – E 180.