How to Stop Bad Breath With 10 Dietary Tips

There is no substitute for good dental hygiene. Bad oral health is the source of 90% of cases of bad breath. This usually comes from poor oral hygiene in general, periodontal disease, unclean dentures, faulty tooth restorations, tongue coat, oral carcinomas, and throat infections. Bad breath can be a serious turnoff. If you or someone…

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Treating Gum Disease Naturally

Gum disease or as professionally known as Periodontal disease is an inflammatory condition affecting the tissues surrounding the teeth. The early stage of gum disease is called gingivitis, whereby the gums become swollen, red, and may bleed when touched. If this condition is allowed to deteriorate, it may become periodontitis, a more serious form of…

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7 Tips to Get Your Kids To Eat More Vegetables

Any parent who understands the importance of consuming vegetables has probably met with a child’s objection at the dinner table. I personally know that it is not easy to get some kids to eat vegetables…  Sometimes you may find greens hidden under their plates or some zucchini under the table, or worse, the child refuses…

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How to heal from UTI naturally

Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are a common problem worldwide, and they affect millions of people every year. Around 60% of all women experience a UTI in their lifetime. Conventional medicine treats UTI’s with antibiotics just as with most other bacterial infections, however, this may form a severe problem with recurrent UTI’s, and, as a new…

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Fluoride – Good or Harmful?

Fluoride is a mineral found in water, plants, rocks, the soil, and air. In essence, it’s all around us and ever-present. It’s in our bones and teeth as well.  Dentists use fluoride through toothpaste and mouthwashes to strengthen our teeth because it: Rebuilds tooth enamel Reverses tooth decay (in earlier stages) Protects teeth from harmful…

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Eating Your Way To A Healthy Smile

Living with dental caries should not be a natural state for us. We can control the health of our teeth not only through proper brushing and regular flossing, but also through proper nutrition.

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