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Coconut Oil Halts Tooth Decay.... research in Ireland proves the effectiveness - cool! LOVE coconut oil! found on with original source sited as www,


Cure Tooth Decay; Remineralize Cavities and Repair Teeth Naturally. ~ Your teeth can remineralize and repair naturally by modifying your diet. Cure Tooth Decay TM is a professionally published 250-page book, as well as an instructional website by dental health educator, Ramiel Nagel.

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The Controversial Link Between Fluoride and Thyroid Disease

It's estimated that 70% of the water supply in the United States is fluoridated, with the goal of helping prevent tooth decay. What impact can this have on your health, especially for thyroid patients? Learn more about the potential link between fluoridation and thyroid disease.


Fluoride therapy is the delivery of fluoride to the teeth topically in order to prevent tooth decay (dental caries) which results in cavities. Most commonly fluoride is applied topically to the teeth using gels varnishes toothpaste/dentifrices or mouth rinse. What is fluoride? Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral compound found in water and soil. It is also present in foods and beverages at varying concentrations. Fluoride helps prevent tooth decay by making the entire tooth surface…


A science egg experiment to teach my students what drinks were good and bad for your teeth, and how to keep good dental hygiene. The purpose of this science experiment is to show kids how certain drinks affect teeth and why brushing is important.The four liquids I use to fill the cups are milk, grape juice (welch's), dark soda (Coke), and water.Here is a link to my blog post about this experiment with lesson plan…


Cure Tooth Decay Ramiel Nagel And Dr. Weston Price's Nutrition and Physical Regeneration Books

Teeth are a sub tissue of bone. They need proper nourishment and for most of us with Western diets now or when we were children, the refined sugar and grains alongside poor mineral content leads to caries.