I want to report that I have been reading a book called Cure Tooth Decay by Ramiel Nagel and I have found it to be very interesting and very good.
Apparently, there have been medical and dental voices in the past who have talked about the aspects of good nutrition of indigenous populations and their wisdom in food preparation and choices.
You’ve probably heard many times by now that our modern processed food is devoid of good nutrition. If Nagel and the doctors he has reported on are right, there is a bit more to it than that.
There may be nutrition locked in the bones of animals that can help your teeth become stronger. What am I talking about? How about home made broths made from beef and chicken.
And what about soaking or cooking nuts and vegetables to deactivate key chemicals that are preventing you from absorbing the good nutrition in these items. How many peanut butter makers do you think soak their peanuts before make a butter from them? Do you think this could be causing you to miss out on the best nutrition. Again, if Nagel and those doctors are right, you bet it does.
And think about this: Do you really believe that nature intended for your teeth to break, crack or constantly need fillings? Could it be that what we eat and drink, or rather what we are failing to eat and drink, be responsible for the constant need for professional dental attention?
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* Note, This post is for information purposes only and does not intend to render advice in regards to oral health problems. If you have or think you might have any oral health or physical health problem, visit your doctor or periodontist for diagnosis, advice and treatment.