7 Holiday Tips to Prevent Cavities
Eating the wrong foods during the holidays for those who are susceptible to dental decay can cause tooth pain, tooth sensitivity, bone loss, and the flu. So, I wanted to give you some quick tips to keep your teeth safe during the holiday season.
#1. Moderate the amount of sweet food consumed. If you do eat sweets, try to have only natural sweeteners like maple syrup, or mineral-rich sugar like Heavenly Brand Sugar or Rapadura. Of course, avoid highly intense sweeteners like high fructose corn syrup and white sugar. The main problem with sweet foods is they cause mineral losses to our body, particular calcium.
#2. Limit sweet beverages consumed. Sodas, pasteurized juices, and other sweetened beverages will cause minerals to be depleted from your bones and cause body chemistry imbalances. Limiting overly sweet drinks is an easy step for most people to take.
#3. Have more calcium. Calcium will help remedy the negative effects of low quality grains, and excessive sweets consumption. Calcium can be obtained from dairy from grass-fed animals (preferably raw), and from eating plenty of leafy green vegetables and seafood.
In that light, try to avoid pasteurized milk and store-bought ice cream. Store-bought ice cream contains anti-freeze and homogenized milk which can contribute to flu-like symptoms. If you want ice cream, make it yourself.
#4. Add some liver to your holiday meals or dinner. It can be from any humanely raised animal eating their natural diet. Liver has plenty of fat-soluble vitamins and minerals to help keep your teeth and body strong.
#5. Have some home made soup. Chicken soup, or beef or lamb stew that includes a gelatin-rich broth from boiling the animal bones will help your body absorb nutrients from the food you eat as well as enhance your intestinal health.
#6. If you drink coffee or alcohol, do so in moderation. Consuming either coffee or alcohol could easily place your body chemistry out of balance and cause calcium to be leached from your bones.
#7. Take plenty of either fermented cod liver oil or blue ice royal blend by Green Pasture’s. An estimated dose for the holidays would be a ½ teaspoon two or three times per day either right before or with meals. How much you need depends on many factors, including your level of activity and physical size. The vitamin D in the fermented cod liver helps our bodies use the minerals in our diet which aids in creating strong teeth and bones and preventing cavities.
All-in-all, take good care of yourself. Know that your body and your health are important. If you are thinking of a holiday gift for someone special, consider buying them a copy of “Cure Tooth Decay,” so that they can enjoy the gift of learning about how to life a healthier life and have stronger teeth and bones.
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
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