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Cure Tooth Decay: Heal and Prevent Cavities with Nutrition by Ramiel Nagel

There is a holistic alternative to conventional dental treatments which can help you heal tooth pain, reduce tooth infections, halt tooth decay and inhibit gum disease. Learn about a flexible whole foods dietary program pioneered by the head of research at the National Dental Association, Weston Price D.D.S. that proved 90-95% effective in halting cavities. Cure Tooth Decay provides clear and easy to understand dental facts so you can make healthy, life affirming choices about your dental health, including a non-surgical approach to halt baby-bottle tooth decay. Learn five nutritional programs that Nagel used to cure his own cavities, and halt his daughters severe cavities. Restore dental and oral health through nutrition and lifestyle, not harmful chemicals and surgery. Dr. Gallagher the president of the the Holistic Dental Association says, Cure Tooth Decay is treasure-trove of wisdom as it takes the mystery out of dental health.
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How I Cured my Cavities Naturally! I Don't go to the Dentist!

Dentist: “I’ve Never Seen this Before”

AIM: The aim of the current study was to investigate the relationship between dietary intake, type of feeding during infancy, other lifestyle and sociodemographic factors, and dental caries. The study was carried out over a period from October to June in Qatar. METHODS: The study was based on a questionnaire that included variables such as sociodemographic information, lifestyle, family history, and feeding patterns during infancy, information on oral hygiene practices, and clinical examination. The status of dental caries was recorded on the basis of the WHO criteria. The numbers of children consuming sea food, cod liver oil, and vitamin-D-fortified milk less than once a week were significantly higher in the dental caries group compared with those without caries Multivariable logistic regression analysis showed that being female [adjusted odds ratio OR : 1.

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Believe me, the dentist looked and looked and compared for a while. As Dr. V and I chatted, one point that I thought was interesting and very true was the trouble with natural alternatives and the general population. As a medical professional, the dentist is stuck between a rock and a hard place: because not everyone would take the time to research and attempt to heal their cavities, he must recommend that it gets filled because of liability. He said that dentists have very few items at their disposal, including topical fluoride and a paste Mi-paste I think?

Do our teeth have the same ability? At our last dental check up with my 2 kids, I asked our dentist if tooth decay can heal by itself. The current theory of tooth decay says that bacteria eat carbohydrates in the mouth and produce acid as a waste product causing tooth decay. Since teeth can slowly dissolve with acid, it is assumed that this is the main cause of tooth decay. It is wrong because it leaves out an important factor that teeth can be immune to these acid attacks provided that they are strong enough. This theory was created to support the modern dental industry that makes the disease of tooth decay to be caused by something that feels outside of the individuals powers. The wrong bacterial theory also leads to absurd conclusions such as that tooth decay is a transmissible disease since it is caused by specific types of bacteria.

An Australian study reveals the unthinkable: tooth decay is reversible. Celeste McGovern investigates how to reverse cavities and avoid a drill-and-fill solution. In a little known study in the s, researchers at the Department of Pediatrics and Dentistry at the State University of Iowa treating children for diabetes discovered something untoward. Low in sugar, the diet also included two pints of milk each day, cream, butter, eggs, cod liver oil, vegetables and fruit. The group were fed the same low-sugar, high-dairy plus cod liver oil diabetic diet, but not insulin.

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