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- Print Length: 324 pages
- Publisher: Hay House Inc. (January 9, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 9, 2018
- Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07681JGPL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,278 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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“The future of medicine is interconnected in every way. The oral-systemic link is an obvious example of this greater trend, and I am thrilled to see dentists like Dr. Steven Lin leading the way in showing why we must work together to change the trajectory of healthcare worldwide.”
— James Maskell, founder of Evolution of Medicine and author of The Evolution of Medicine
“The Dental Diet is an incredible resource. Grounded in new understandings of the critical importance of the oral microbiome to overall health, Dr. Lin leads the way with a unique action-based food plan that is a must-read for anyone wanting to enhance oral health and well-being.”
— Mark Burhenne, DDS, author of The 8-Hour Sleep Paradox
“Dr. Lin is a complete breath of fresh air in the Lifestyle Medicine community. I’ve personally learned an enormous amount from his work, and I’m thrilled to see that he is creating a book to make this more available to the public. The dental-body connection is fascinating and completes a missing link for many people worldwide. The Dental Diet is a must for every patient and medical practitioner to read and understand for better overall health.”
— Rupy Aujla, M.D., author of The Doctor’s Kitchen
“As an orthodontist that tries to help kids grow up with straight teeth, I know we have to go back to the basics: breathing, posture, sleep, and nutrition. From the moment of the first suckle, what we eat and how we eat it is critical to the final outcome of the face, airway, jaws, and teeth. Dr. Lin’s prescription is just what the doctor should be ordering.”
— Barry Raphael, DMD, founder of The Raphael Center for Integrative Orthodontics
“Crooked teeth are a sign of a deeper underlying problem. Dr. Lin’s book provides a much needed look into the profound impact diet has on dental health. It also provides key strategies for parents to ensure their children have a diet that will support optimal dental and whole body health.”
— Dr. Michael Ruscio, researcher, health enthusiast, and host of Dr. Ruscio Radio
“Dr. Lin’s revolutionary leadership in nutrition and dentistry connected so many dots during our interview, we are thrilled his important better health recommendations are now widely accessible in The Dental Diet!”
— Ashley Koff R.D. and Robyn O’Brien, co-hosts of Take Out with Ashley & Robyn
“Dr. Lin’s work is timely and addresses an important, upcoming field which few have ventured into thus far. Nutritional epigenetics captures the age-old saying of ‘you are what you eat,’ but he backs up this concept with up-to-date scientific evidence. I strongly recommend this book to students, doctors, dentists, and researchers in nutrition, dietetics, and obesity, as well as other healthcare professionals.”
— Professor Dave Singh, DDSC, Ph.D., DMD, president of Vivos BioTechnologies, Inc.
“As an orthodontist, long ago, I saw the limitations of simply straightening teeth to improve a patient’s smile. Over the last few decades, I have witnessed a paradigm shift in the focus of the dental industry through both speaking internationally and training thousands of dentists in the importance of functional airway dentistry. I believe the next step is for the profession to further integrate preventative steps, which is being led by Dr. Lin’s nutrition program to address the malocclusion epidemic.”
— Dr. Derek Mahony, specialist orthodontist at Full Face Orthodontics
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Each year at Christmas I always gave gifts to referring dentists as a way of thanking them for their referrals. I would try to give them something that would have meaning for them, instead of a perishable item they would eat and then not remember. Dr. Lin's book would be the perfect gift for all orthodontists and other specialists to give to their referring dentists for Christmas, and in turn, for dentists to recommend to their patients. Or, maybe don't wait for Christmas. Do it now!
Way to go, Steven.
J. Michael Steffen, DDS, MS
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This book is so good I had to write my first amazon review
It’s very much a meat eaters diet. As someone who will eat fish (because I personally believe you have to be extra vigilant to get all the essential vitamins and minerals required for a healthy diet if you are vegetarian or vegan, and I’m not), I can adapt the diet to get all the necessary nutrients. True vegetarians and especially vegans may struggle but it could/should be possible.
Whatever the ethics of your chosen diet it’s worth a read.
The writing style is good and the book, true to it's title, focuses largely on diet. This is one reason it stands out from Nadine Artemis's 'Holistic Dental Care' and Ramiel Nagel's 'Cure Tooth Decay' (which is Weston Price "heavy"). While the volume of recipes at the end are interesting they (along with the references) make up a significant part of the book. Making it a bit lite on useful information.
On the downside, the vast majority of the diet related info is contained in a bzillion other books. While there was unique information, I was hoping for something with a bit more breadth and depth. Ideally covering a wider variety of dental/maxillofacial maladies, and some more specific holistic ways of addressing them (for those who've got the diet part covered).
Bottom line, the author is very straightforward and enthusiastic, it's hard not to like the guy, the book is helpful and the recipes are good.