Have you ever heard of oil pulling? The Ayurvedic practice is said to have incredible health benefits. Some of these benefits include improved oral health, natural teeth whitening, removal of bacteria from the gums, and natural detoxification.
Oil pulling is a super-simple and inexpensive daily habit to incorporate into your life. Now that you know why you should be doing it, let me tell you ho... ››› more
You already know that things like soft drinks and chocolate bars aren't good for your teeth. Back in high school, my science teacher once taught my class this lesson by dropping a tooth into a jar filled with a sugary soft drink. Over a week, we watched the tooth dissolve.
Since then, I've steered completely clear of soft drinks and sweets. I love my teeth, so I'd never do anything to ruin the... ››› more
Tooth cavities are bad, right?
Not when it comes to your cancer risk, reveal researchers at the University of New York.
They've revealed that “people with more cavities in their teeth may have a reduced risk for some head and neck cancers.”
Read on to discover the surprising reason why…
What’s the link between tooth cancer and a lower cancer risk?
Over the pas... ››› more
If you love coffee, tea and wine, you're doing serious damage to your tooth enamel. Damage that could result in cavities and other oral health problems. Lucky for you, a new study suggests there's a yummy way to shield your teeth from the enamel damage and the cavities that follow: Simply eat cheese…
Good news for wine lover, coffee lovers, tea lovers and parents alike: There’s a way to pro... ››› more
If you feel like you're not winning when it comes to preventing cavities, you're not alone. You brush, floss and use “water-pressure” devices to clean your teeth and gums. And you even avoid consuming any refined sugar or refined carbohydrates. Yet every so often, the dentist informs you that you need to have another filling. Luckily, there's a sweet solution to preventing cavities…
If an... ››› more
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