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Cure Tooth Decay: Heal and Prevent Cavities With Nutrition Paperback – 2009
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Then I lost a filling. The first dentist I saw diagnosed decay and a probable need for a root canal, and said that the tooth might already be dead. Her pronouncement caused me untold agony over the next several weeks. Then a holistic dentist determined that the tooth is alive and recognized that it has totally re-enamelized. He simply replaced the lost filling. He told me I am lucky, because most people are not able to get their teeth to re-enamelize like that. Well, I am now a believer. Nourishing Traditions is for real, and it was with Rami's explanation and guidance that I found a way to help my body contain the damage in my teeth. My relief at this outcome is immeasurable.
We have been conditioned to believe that the only opinions worth having are those that come from people who have been formally trained and licensed, but I believe that formal training can be restricted and biased, and does not necessarily consider all possibilities.Read more ›
The author is not a doctor or a dentist, but became intensely interested in the subject of curing tooth decay due to his young daughter's badly decaying teeth. This situation caused him to be fearful and it was this fear and his love for his daughter which motivated him to find a solution to his daughter's pain and suffering.
I have come to learn through much negative experience with the mainstream medical system, that knowledge acquired through medical school, which is mostly funded by the drug companies and other corporations, is not designed to serve the public's best interests. It is instead designed for profit. Discouraging natural preventative and curative treatments, while promoting only symptomatic treatments, allows the disease process to progress underneath the surface and provides an avenue for future profits. Ramiel Nagel reveals how this conundrum is especially relevant to modern dental care. I love the following example he uses to illustrate this concept.
" In this example, imagine that a tooth is an orange. Imagine a rotting orange, with a small moldy spot. The moldy spot is equivalent to tooth decay. The equivalent of a dentist placing a dental filling would be removing the moldy spot with a knife and filling the spot with glue.Read more ›
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There was a lot of good information in this book. There was lots of valuable and interesting research about different cultures and the health of their teeth. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by John Flanigan
This book offered several improvements to make to your daily routine that can improve overall oral health. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Lorelee Isbell
Very interesting book---full of relavant, sensible facts. Recommend it to allPublished 12 days ago by Wild West
I would starve to death on the restricted food choices in this book. And cod liver oil? It is truly rank stuff.Published 16 days ago by Lauren M.
Great tips on how to eat to heal damaged or decayed teeth, or keep cavities at bay.Published 23 days ago by JFK