Healthy Teeth, Myths and Facts About How to Have Them
Modern dentistry would have you believe that having healthy teeth is only moderately correlated with having a good diet. This is not true. The truth is that you can live cavity free, if you change the food that you eat. Lets examine the common false belief about what causes cavities that inhibit your ability to cure tooth cavities naturally. Because the dental industry, supported by government agencies, the American Dental Association and see why what we have been told by dentists and the government about tooth decay is false.
Dental Plaque - According to modern dentistry, healthy teeth are achieved by keeping our teeth clean through removal of dental plaque. Have you considered the cause of dental plaque? We have dental plaque due to a damaged digestive system, from eating foods improperly prepared and foods too toxic for our bodies.
Sugar Intake - Dentistry says that it is how often you consume sugar, and not the amount which you consume, that makes the difference. Why? Every time we eat something sweet, not just sugar, but fruits and so forth, our body has a change in blood sugar. This causes a physiological response, such as insulin being secreted into our blood stream. Our bodies use minerals such as calcium and phosphorus to neutralize the sugar in our blood stream. Bread, grains, potatoes and other starches can cause blood sugar changes as well. When we run out of available minerals, then our body starts using minerals in our teeth and bones. Avoid eating sweet foods frequently, and instead replace sweet snacks with snacks of proteins and fats.
Fluoride Mouth Rinses - These are a bad idea since fluoride is an extremely deadly poison. See the book "Fluoride Deception" for more details.
Tooth Decay is (NOT) Transmissible - Tooth decay is as not a transmissible disease. Dentists and the dental industry cling to the idea that tooth decay is transmissible because they believe cavities are an infectious disease caused by bacteria. Bacteria are scavengers; they eat dead and dying debris. If your body is healthy, you won't have imbalances of bacteria associated with tooth decay.
Brush, Brush, Brush - Mindfully and carefully brushing your teeth can be a good idea. But, there are many people who will attest that they brushed and flossed religiously 2-3 times per day, and still got cavities. It wasn't because their teeth were dirty, but because of the foods that they ate that they had tooth cavities.
The truth is that tooth decay can be prevented with a good diet. See how healthy people, on a healthy diet, don't have tooth cavities.
The Reality of Healthy Teeth
Like the rest of our body, our teeth are made from the inside out. With each meal, the process of remineralization, or tooth demineralization occurs. This is all a factor of the food we eat, and how we digest this food. Dentistry would have you believe that bacteria are the cause of your ills. In that way, you are taught that you have no power over tooth decay and therefore the only option is to succumb to the dental drill. Learn how to have cavity free teeth for the rest of your life.
I had several very painful cavities postpartum (after having twins) that kept me up all night in pain and made it so I could barely eat... After following the advice in this book accruately my tooth pain subsided within 24 hours and no longer hurt at all, my teeth also look nicer and my gums no longer bleed and are a nice pink color. -J. Steuernol, Canada
"The practical advice in this book really seems to be reversing my tooth decay!!! Hallelujah brother!!! The dentist wanted me to have two major root canals immediately and two other teeth filled. When I asked him if there was anything I could do with nutrition or supplements to get mu teeth to heal, he said "maybe you could slow the decay down a little bit" but that essentially the answer was no.
That dental visit was three mobnths ago and my teeth have stopped aching all together, are way less temperature sensitive, and feel generally stronger.
Most of us have been totally disempowered regarding the health of our teeth. This information has changed that for me. I bought the book for $28 anyway though. What a bargain, The dental work was going to cost well over $4000.00 no wonder dentists don't seem open to this stuff working! Talk about a biased perspective!!!
Think I'm excited, you will be too if you use this info to take tooth health into your own hands!"
Very satisfied, Mike - Ashland, OR
"Not only is Cure Tooth Decay a practical guide to teach parents how to raise healthy children (with healthy teeth), it is also a helpfull tool for adults who have suffered with poor dental health and/or chronic disease. I would also highly recommend this book to people who are looking for things they can do to protect their bones, and their overall health, as they age. In other words, this book is a must read for everyone interested in improving their health." Pam Killeen New York Times nestselling Author
"Ramiel, You (along with Weston Price) saved my teeth. Was supposed to get a root canal (which I had no money to pay for). Tooth was in pain. After three weeks on the diet I can feel a big difference, tooth doesn't hurt now and feels like it's healing. Thanks so much. Unbelievable!" - Leroy, Utah
My cavity has gotten smaller! Once you are set free from being a slave to modern foods of commerce author continues to explain how the ancient people ate. They were healthy, strong and good looking. They had no cavities. They had no illness until familiar western culture came to visit them. If you are reading this review I am sure you understnad something is not right in the world. That we are born to live under a certain hypnosis. That we are taught to give away our responsibility to "people with authority", and those people cannot even take care of themselves. I recommend this book if you want the way out."Ranko, Croatia