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How To Save Your Teeth and Gums

It begins with a diet that is free of sugar and refined carbohydrates, the kind that raises your blood glucose levels like candy and juice. High blood glucose levels mean problems for bones and teeth. Keeping your blood sugar in balance is a key prescription for better health, including better dental health. A traditional diet that is rich in organic fruits and vegetables, bone broth, fermented foods, grass-fed meat, and nut milk contains the vitamins and minerals necessary for bone health, according to Weston Price, a dentist who studied traditional diets and their effect on dental health. Especially dietary vitamin d, which can be found in cod liver oil. The good things that help rebuild your teeth are also the things that help rebuild your immune system and help you conquer chronic diseases like cancer. There is a critical connection between the state of your teeth and the state of your health.

Baking soda is alkaline, so it can help regulate your mouth's PH by neutralizing the acidity. As such, baking soda not only prevents tooth decay but also helps remineralize your enamel. Baking soda can also limit plaque buildup by neutralizing plaque acids.

  1. Oil Pulling. Oil pulling is a popular age-long practice for removing plaques and other food particles from the mouth with natural oils such as neem oil.

  2. Salt Water.

  3. Eucalyptus Oil.

  4. Brushing Correctly.

  5. Peppermint Essential Oil.

  6. Green Tea.

  7. Flossing Regularly.

  8. Hydrogen Peroxide.

The oral environment that prevents cavities from healing and destroys dental enamel

  • Uncontrolled blood sugar spikes

  • Sugary foods and drink

  • Commercial toothpaste – the glycerin and fluoride inhibit the remineralization of tooth enamel

  • Artificial sweeteners – increase blood sugar, acidify the mouth

  • Fluoridated water – binds to tooth enamel making it weak and preventing mineralization with calcium and phosphorous.

  • Unfermented grains – inhibit the absorption of minerals due to anti-nutrients

  • Bacteria that form biofilms in the mouth preventing the remineralization of tooth enamel and destroying tooth enamel

  • Acidic oral environment – eats away at tooth enamel causing cavities

  • Dental drilling destroys tooth enamel and prevents the remineralization of teeth.

  • Glycerine, found in commercial toothpaste coats teeth and prevents the remineralization of tooth enamel


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