Oral Health

 
  Plants Cure Cancer, Not Chemicals  

Plants Cure Cancer, Not Chemicals
Unbeknownst to most, a Copernican revolution has already taken place in cancer theory. Today, the weight of evidence indicates that plants and not chemicals are the solution for reversing the global cancer epidemic.

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  15 Reasons to Keep Coconut Oil in Your Bathroom  

15 Reasons to Keep Coconut Oil in Your Bathroom
While multiple companies manufacture and market “new and improved” consumer goods that we use every day, such as soap, toothpaste, deodorant and body lotion, one of the best and most natural products has been right under our noses, so to speak.

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Effective Natural Solutions for Your Teeth and Gums

Today we have toothbrushes that vibrate, circulate, or some combination of both, and of course there is the regular ol’ toothbrush that requires a little more hand and wrist action on our part. There are water picks, toothpicks, plaque scrapers, tongue brushes, dental floss and dental tape. There are numerous varieties of toothpaste and mouthwash, and even dental gum that you can chew between brushing sessions. And let’s not forget all of the different types of teeth whitening products!

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How to make all-natural herbal toothpaste and toothpowder

Keeping a clean mouth isn't just important for pleasant-smelling breath but also increases your chance of maintaining overall good health. Many studies have linked oral health to a variety of diseases and conditions, some of which include endocarditis (infection of the inner lining of the heart), cardiovascular disease, pregnancy and birth complications, diabetes, osteoporosis and even Alzheimer's.

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To Save Your Teeth You May Need To Fire Your Periodontist

Notice bleeding gums or gingivitis? Lucky (sort of) because that is proof positive of systemic oxidative stress, the neon-sign of an overall decline in health. Gum condition is an early warning and constant reminder to ramp up self-care, as well as an indicator of progress in your efforts to heal. You may overlook subtle changes in skin texture, vision, joints and occurrence of colds and bronchial infections, but a bloody toothbrush is hard to ignore.

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