Welcome to The Healthy Me episode number 14… I’m Trina Felber, Registered Nurse and CEO of Primal Life Organics.
I’m excited to share something with you – something that even your dentist won’t tell you. It’s about healing your teeth. That’s right, you can heal your teeth! As a matter of fact, your dental health is actually a good indicator of your body’s overall health.
You see, your teeth are living and go through the process of getting mineralized and demineralized. Mineralization occurs in the mouth with healthy foods and products that contain minerals that your teeth need.
Demineralization occurs when you orally ingest acidic, processed, sugary, and chemical-ridden foods, drinks, and products. Unfortunately, even conventional toothpastes contain chemicals that can leech minerals from your teeth and even put you at risk for cancer.
There is a very specific process that needs to take place for remineralization to occur, and I’ve made it easier with products like the Dirty Mouth Tooth Powder, which contain mineral-packed clay and naturally-derived nutrients.
This, paired with an alkaline and healthy diet, will help keep your teeth healthy because, as Soupy Sales said, if you “be true to your teeth, they won’t be false to you”!
Trina Felber: Hi. Welcome to your dental health, what your dentist won’t tell you. My name is Trina Felber. I am here to talk to you today about your dental health. I’m really excited that you’re joining me because I’ve had a lot of great information to share with you. These are things that I have learned along the way that have improved my dental health, the dental health of my family as well as friends and numerous other people through my business Primal Life Organics. I want to start today by explaining to you who I am. I am the CEO and founder of Primal Life Organics. I am the author of Beauty’s Dirty Secret.
It’s a book that will go into much detail about how harmful things in skin care can be to your entire system. If you like what you hear today, you can order my book Beauty’s Dirty Secret on amazon.com or through my website. I urge you to check it out. It’s got a lot of great information in it. You can find me on primallifeorganics.com. I just want to let you know that I am not a dentist talking about dental health. I am a nurse. I have a master’s degree is anesthesia. I started making my own skin care products in 2007 when I became pregnant with my daughter. I realized how harmful the ingredients in commercial skin care are, not just to me but to my unborn children because they absorb through me everything that I absorb through my skin.
I’ve been featured on Health and Wellness Today, which has been shown on CBS, ABC, NBC, and Fox affiliate. I’ve been featured on Camille’s Paleo Kitchen at episode 12w where we cooked up some great skin care products. I’ve been featured in a few articles in Paleo Magazine as well, so check them out. Let me tell you real quick, the reason I’m doing this workshop is because I have had different dentists watch this. I’ve done this webinar before in a different format. They were so impressed. They said they’ve never seen it explain like this, and it makes total sense and they urged me to make a workshop like this because I explained it so well.
I’m here to tell you that you can change your teeth. You can take your teeth to your grave if you take care of your dental health. Your health begins in your mouth. Inflammation can start in your mouth. Think about bacteria, all the bacteria that live in your mouth, in your gum tissue. It enters through the things you eat, you come in contact with. If you have poor dental hygiene, it could cause inflammation not just in your mouth and in your gum tissue but in your organs and in your immune responses as well. It can cause a plethora of problems internally that you may never ever relate to your dental health. I urge you, and I thank you for being here with me.
Stick with me, because I’ve got great information. You’re going to be astounded. I was really shocked when I read this information at how easy it really is to take care of my teeth and my gums. I was really just amazed that I never heard this information. I never heard it from my dentist. I’ve never heard it from my dental hygienist. I’ve never heard it from anybody until I came across it when I was researching the information. Why is this important to me? It’s important because it’s my overall health. Like I just said, your dental health is extremely important. It’s your first line of defense besides your skin.
It’s where organisms and bacteria and viruses can invade your body especially if your gum tissue and your teeth are not in good condition. I founded this company in 2009. I did so after realizing the big Cosmo was hiding toxins in my skin and body care products that they mass produce. With my background in anesthesia, I knew that these ingredients that they were putting in were harmful, not just to me but to my children and my insides that they were causing a plethora of diseases. Not to mention, they weren’t improving my health. I made it a conscious decision back in 2008 that I would only use ingredients on my skin and on my body that I felt were improving my health.
Why eat a healthy diet? Why take care of my body by exercising but put a load of chemicals on my largest organ? They do become absorbed by the skin and become internally absorbed into our bodies. Secondly, skin care is absorbed differently than things that you eat. Say, you eat something that has a pesticide in it, your body has a natural mechanism, a natural self-defense mechanism called the liver. When you ingest something, the ingredients can go to your liver to be converted to be converted to a water soluble formula so that your kidneys can excrete it in your urine. This doesn’t happen with skin care. I know that there’s a lot of information out there.
It’s the reason I wrote my book Beauty’s Dirty Secret. There are so many ingredients put in skin care that are so harmful, they’re cancer causing ingredients. They can disrupt your hormonal system, which is your endocrine system, and can cause problems with your reproductive system and cause inflammation. It can also cause neurological symptoms as well. When you absorb something, it doesn’t go to your liver first. It actually travels throughout your body and can be absorbed into any of your organs including your brain before it actually possibly even makes it to your liver to be detoxified. Remember, these are full strength ingredients. They’re not converted to anything along the way.
These ingredients that are put in skin care and absorbed into your vascular system are travelling full force to your heart, your liver, your kidney, your brain before they’re being converted in the liver, if they ever make it to the liver. They can be stored in fat tissue as well. The other reason this topic is so very important to me is because my daughter, at the age of two-and-a-half, was noted to have a defect in her molar. We took her to the dentist, really concerned because it’s a molar and it needed to be there. She needs this molar for a long time. The dentist was concerned about it and said that there was possibly a chance that she would lose that molar because she’s so young and it’s going to be very difficult to get a filling in this too.
What he ended up doing was putting a temporary filling. He said that this was a defect that happened in utero. There was nothing we could do about it, it wasn’t related to her diet or anything. It was a defect in utero and there was nothing we could do about it. If we put a temporary filling, our hope was to get a year out of that temporary filling. Then maybe when she’s a little older, we could put a little bit better of a filling in. That’s what we did. I went home and I started researching how can I get this filling and this tooth to last a lot longer than what we predicted will last. I started to come across this information that I’m going to share with you today that really just blew my mind.
I started making my own toothpowder. I’m going to tell you all about this along the way, but I’m going to save the end of the story for later to let you know how she’s doing today. What we’re going to talk about today, there’s a lot of key points I want to discuss. The first thing is all about your dental health. Because if you don’t understand what’s going on inside your mouth and what the anatomy is, it’s going to be hard to understand how you can fix it and how you have to control over it and what you do today can make a huge difference on your tomorrows. We’re going to talk about demineralization, because it’s extremely important you understand what’s going on there.
We’re going to talk about remineralization, because it’s extremely important that we know what’s going on there as well. Because those two are the key factors as to what’s happening to your teeth today. There are six conditions that have to be happening in your mouth for your teeth to heal. If these six conditions are not present, you will probably have more breakdown in your teeth than you have healing going on. We’re going to talk about some dental disasters and we’re going to talk about some natural safe effective ways to keep your teeth and your gum tissue healthy and strong and supportive.
Let’s talk about the anatomy of the tooth, because we really need to know what the anatomy is before we go further. The enamel is the outer white part of the tooth that you see. It’s that hard piece that you feel. It’s made up of 96% hydroxyapatite, which is a very hard mineral. It’s also made up of calcium phosphate, which is also extremely durable as well. Those minerals, you got a lot of minerals in the enamel. We’re going to be talking more about the enamel itself. The dentin is the layer underneath the enamel. The dentin is made up of living cells which secrete a hard mineral substance. It’s responsible for giving the tooth its color. It’s less mineralized and less brittle than enamel.
It’s 70% minerals. It’s the hydroxyapatite calcium phosphate. 20% is organic minerals which is primarily proteins, 10% is water. It’s not quite as strong or doesn’t have as many minerals as your enamel, but it’s the next level. Because dentin is softer, it’s more prone to decay. Once you break down the enamel, the dentin is much easier to have decay. Pulp is the next layer, softer, living inner structure of the tooth. Blood vessels and nerves run through it. It’s actually considered the nerve of the tooth, because it’s major role is to form dentin through biological cells at the outer surface called odonoblast. The pulp is compost of blood vessels and nerves. The next layer is the cementum.
The cementum is a layer of connective tissue that binds the roots of the teeth firmly to the gums and jawbone. Cementum is a yellowish substance that covers the root of the tooth and is softer than the enamel and the dentin. Hydroxyapatite is the main mineral comprising only 45% of it. Proteins, mainly collagens make up about 33% of the cementum while water is the remaining 22%. The role of the cementum is to help anchor the tooth to the jawbone and ensure its stability. It’s very important that that is strong. Then, the final layer is the periodontal ligament. This is the tissue that helps hold the teeth tightly against the jaw.
Let’s look at some conditions that you could have going on with your teeth or even your gums. Cavities which are also known as caries, tooth decay, periodontitis, gingivitis, plaque, and tartar. Caries happens when bacteria evades removal by brushing and saliva and damage the enamel and deeper structures of the teeth. Most cavities occur in molars and premolars. It’s because of bacteria buildup, and we’ll talk a little bit about that bacteria. It can cause a reaction that can cause a breakdown of the enamel. What happens is those minerals are leeching out of the enamel. That’s the whole reason that your teeth are becoming brittle and losing those minerals.
Tooth decay is a general name for the disease of the teeth including cavities and caries. Periodontitis is the inflammation of the deeper structures of the teeth including the periodontal ligament, the jawbone, and the cementum. Usually, it’s related to poor dental hygiene. Gingivitis is inflammation of the surface portion of the gums around and between the crowns of the teeth. Plaque and tartar buildup can lead to gingivitis. I think a lot of us are very familiar with gingivitis. A lot of times you’ll get the bleeding gums when you go to the dentist and they start poking around feeling for plaque, which plaque is a sticky colorless film made up of bacteria and substances they secrete.
Plaque develops quickly on teeth after eating sugary foods but can easily brushed off usually unless you let it sit there and it builds up, then it becomes tartar. Tartar must be removed by a hygienist because it mixes with the minerals and it’s a hard substance to get off. I like this, what Soupy Sales said I think it’s really true. “Be true to your teeth and they will not be false to you.” It is true if you take care of your dental health. I believe that your dental health will reward you, not just in your mouth but in your body. Let’s talk a little bit about demineralization versus remineralization.
I’m going to talk about what they are, what’s happening inside your mouth, if either one can be stopped or encouraged and is there anything you can do to promote either one of those or prevent it. First of all, demineralization is an erosion of the enamel. Although this picture, quite scary as it, is probably much worse, a very bad scenario and much worse than most people will ever have in their life, thank goodness. It is the demineralization of the teeth. It’s erosion of the enamel that has gone on and on and on, gets to the point where there’s probably there is not much that you can do for teeth that look like this. You can actually see the structures within the teeth in some of these.
Demineralization is the process of removing minerals in the form of mineral ions from the dental enamel, which is what we talked about earlier. It’s the whole reason you end up with a soft spot or a cavity. The minerals are being leeched out of your teeth. Your teeth are becoming soft. When you go to the dentist and something your tooth reacts to cold and you get that little ugh buzz, if you will, or he tells you, “We have a soft spot and we’re watching it.” That soft spot is the beginning of demineralization. It’s the point where you want to replace those minerals, because you still can. It’s the very early stage of a cavity. If you can replace those minerals, you can probably heal that tooth.
Demineralization is another term for dissolving enamel. Dental enamel is a crystalline latticework composed of various minerals. The principal component is a complex calcium phosphate mineral called hydroxyapatite, which is what I talked about earlier. Remineralization is the other thing. This is what we really want to encourage. We want to encourage the minerals going back into your teeth. Remineralization is the process of restoring minerals again in the form of mineral ions to the hydroxyapatite latticework structure. It’s important to know that these minerals have to come in contact with your teeth. I’m going to talk about this whole process. You can’t take a supplement.
It’s not going to be coming from your bloodstream. Some people feel or think that if they take a supplement full of calcium, then the calcium is going to leech in to their teeth. That’s not true. This has to be something that you eat, so it has to either come from your toothpaste or your food. Those are the two places that these minerals can come from. We’re going to talk about that coming up. What causes demineralization? This is really important to know because what’s your putting in your mouth, if mineralization has to occur in mouth, demineralization is also occurring in your mouth.
What’s going on in your mouth if you’re having more demineralization and you have … even if you don’t have any issues with your teeth right now? This is really important because you want to help prevent this from happening as you get older, and you can. If you have sensitive teeth, sensitive teeth like I said is a warning sign for demineralization that it’s happening faster than you’re putting those minerals back in. What is causing this? Strong stable acids can cause demineralization. These acids can be found in food such as tomatoes and oranges. I’m going to have a whole list of acidic foods for you in a minute and formed by oral bacteria that feed on starches and sugars in your mouth, especially refined sugar, secreting acids as by-products.
Another place that these can come from are from soft drinks, sports drinks, juices, things that have high sugar content. Sometimes babies and young children after drinking milk even and soft drinks out of a bottle will get bottle teeth. They get rotten demineralized teeth right here because they’re suck in the bottle and they’re constantly drinking it. Their saliva doesn’t have a chance to neutralize those assets. Gastric acid, if you have gastric reflux, we’re going to talk a little bit about that later too. The gastric acid is another form of a strong stable acid that could be causing some issues with your enamel and minerals leeching out.
Dental enamel, I want you to think about this and think of it this way, it’s a living stone. It’s not dead. Your teeth are not dead. Your teeth are living. They’re porous and you can change how they are structured, just by changing what you put in context with them. Please, that’s one of the most important things that you need to understand, is that your teeth are living. Sometimes we can think that they’re not because they don’t have much sensation unless there’s a problem. That’s when we realize our teeth are not dead is when we have a problem. Let’s remember that when we don’t have a problem, and then we can prevent all the problems that go along with it.
In your mouth, as in rest in nature, acids dissolve minerals, transforming them from a solid mineral molecule into mineral ions that exist only in solution. In the presence of these acids, millions, even billions, of calcium and other mineral ions are removed from that hydroxyapatite latticework in the enamel. Then, the enamel loses its integrity. You get that sensation and then it develops into a cavity if it’s not changed. Those are just glancing at them. If you see things on there that you’re eating, those are all acidic foods. I’m going to give you a list right here, things that are very highly acidic as opposed to things that are more alkalinic. You would like to eat things in the green.
The majority of your diet should come from the green which includes more vegetables, more natural foods, fruits, almonds, apples, apricots, avocados, bananas, beets, cabbage, all the way over to the most alkaline which be like broccoli, garlic, mangoes, papaya, spinach, kale, things like that, lemons, limes, which is surprising. Most people think lemons and limes are acidic, but they’re actually alkalinic. You want to avoid things in the yellow, especially the left side of the screen. The most acidic foods are, and these are going to be the ones that leech those minerals out of your teeth especially when they’re sitting there, artificial sweeteners, and these my friends are in everything, everything processed.
If you’re eating processed foods, you’re probably eating artificial sweeteners, alcohol, beef is acidic, bacon, hotdogs, milk, cheese, ice cream, white flour, white sugar, white pasta, soft drinks, box cereal. Anything in here, you should really be conscientious of. Most of them are not good for you. If you follow a diet where you do eat bacon and beef, I would just suggest brushing your teeth or really swishing water in your teeth when you’re done eating to help neutralize get the saliva flow, neutralize the acidity and bring it more to a natural pH. Other things that are acidic include wheat, whole wheat, barley, oat bran, chicken, turkey, cod, haddock, eggs, butter, corn, corn oil, currant.
Again, not telling you to avoid everything because there are healthy things on this list, just telling you to be conscientious of what’s acidic. If you’re eating it with alkalinic foods, that’s going to help. Try to make a balance. If you’re going to eat some beef, eat it with some broccoli. That’s going to help and do a great swish with water or brush your teeth. Brushing your teeth is perfect and it’s highly recommended after you eat anyway. Other acidic foods, oyster, shrimp, salmon, sardines, yogurt, peanut butter, pecans, pinto beans, spelt, kamut, peas, and pumpkin seeds. Friends, try to eat mostly natural healthier choices which would be the green choices.
If you do eat some acidic food, try to combine them with alkalinic foods, do a water swish or brush your teeth after you eat. Causes of erosion mineralization, not just … Let’s talk a little bit more about the acids, because this is really important. I really want to get my point across as to why these acids in your teeth are not healthy and not helping you out. Acids are added to beverages to improve flavor and tartness. I’m talking about soft drinks, and sports drinks, and energy drinks, and even juices. If you look at juices, it is a concentrated form of the juice sugar. A juice without pulp is primary the juice sugar. These contain different quantities of acids.
Carbonic acid, citric acid, malic acid, and phosphoric acid are the most common acids found in beverages. Carbonic acid alone doesn’t contribute much to dental erosion, but combined with phosphoric, malic, and citric acids, a strong acid cocktail … sorry, is created that changes the pH of the mouth. The pH is a measurement of acid or alkaline solution. Typically, a neutral pH is 7.0. Acidic are below 7 and alkalinic are above 7. In a healthy individual, the mouth typically maintains a normal pH of 7.0. However, when we drink things or eat things that are acidic, the pH level drops below that neutral level and then it can start to destroy the enamel by leeching those minerals out and causing damage.
My question to you as you are thinking about all of this, and I’m proposing this to you. I want you to think, am I drinking the enamel off my teeth? Because literally, if you’re drinking sodas and juices or if you’re putting things sugary contents in a baby bottle, you are drinking the enamel off your teeth. Tooth dentin, the root and inside portion of the tooth begins to dissolve at a pH of 6.5. The enamel or the outside covering, that’s the hardest part on the outside, dissolves at a pH of 5.5. These numbers are important. Remember, neutral is 7. At 5.5, your enamel starts to deteriorate. Most soft drinks, sports drinks, and energy drinks, as well as juices have a pH of 2.3 to 4.0, friends.
Think of what those are doing to your enamel, especially when you’re drinking them, taking a swig constantly throughout the day and not really washing your mouth out. Diet sodas are also a concern because even though they don’t have the added sugar, their pH is still between a 3.0 and 3.7. The pH of flavored beverages is not all we need to know in order to make our smart choices. According to dental experts, we need to consider the total number of acid molecules known as titratable acids. The greater the TA, the longer it will take for the saliva to bring the pH of the mouth back to neutral.
This means that even though a sports drink and energy drink might not be as acidic as a carbonated drink in terms of pH level, the mouth will stay acidic longer which has more time for the drink to destroy the enamel. Acid carbonation and caffeine in beverages can also encourage gastric reflux. Remember I said earlier that gastric reflux can cause some erosion to the dentin or the enamel as well. Acid reflux affects about 7% of the Americans on a daily basis and about 36% of Americans once a month. An acid reflux can force the stomach contents, which is hydrochloric acid up into the esophagus in the mouth and stomach acid has a pH of 1.5 to 2.0. That can be detrimental to your teeth.
Anyone that has bulimia, forced vomiting after eating, if you have ever seen anyone with a severe disease like this, you can see the erosion on their death. It’s from that gastric acid coming up and eroding the teeth. Can you prevent dental demineralization? My answer to you is yes. I’m excited to tell you that yes, you can prevent dental demineralization. I’m not here to say everyone will have beautiful strong teeth. These are just ways to increase your chances of having strong teeth. I am not a dentist. This is my own thoughts. Please do not take this the wrong way. I’m sharing my information with you, the information that I have researched on how to help you maintain a strong teeth and strong gums.
The most natural mechanism to prevent demineralization is by eating unprocessed foods, rich in minerals including trace minerals such as natural and organic foods. I’m going to talk a little bit about the soil. Years ago, 20, 30 years ago, our soil had much more content of minerals in it than it does today. Eating healthy foods like broccoli and things that grow in the soil, carrots and Brussels sprouts and potatoes were more mineral dense. When you are eating them, remember this has to all happen in your mouth. You would get the whole reaction what happen right in your mouth, then you would get that demineralization, remineralization. It could be an equal exchange.
However, today, the mineral content of the soil has been depleted very, very much. There’s less minerals in the food reading. I’m not saying don’t eat those foods because they still contain more minerals than anything processed, anything in a box or a can. You are better off eating a pure diet, a natural diet. It’ll do your body and your teeth more good. Also, to give up acidic drinks and acidic foods will also help prevent demineralization. The more that you can eat natural foods, the less acidic foods, the less chance of demineralization to happen. Finally, you can prevent it by using toothpaste or toothpowders rich in these minerals. I’m going to tell you more about that in a little bit.
I also suggest reading, if you’re interested in this, a book called Cure Tooth Decay: Prevent Cavities with Nutrition. I have my copy. It’s by Ramiel Nagel. It’s an amazing book that will help you … It talks a lot about the foods that you can eat and the choices that you can eat and how they strengthen your teeth. I’ll leave you to read this. You can find it on Amazon if you’re interested, great book. We’ll give you more insight. That’s more about the diet. You can find information in that amazing book. Let’s go on to remineralization, because our goal is to have more remineralization happening than demineralization.
Remineralization is the building back up, putting the ions, the mineral ions back in the tooth so that they are strong. Demineralization is the removal. We want more going in than we have coming out. That can happen. That can happen. However, six conditions have to be present and it’s important that these six conditions happen. It’s important that they happen in your mouth. When I’m going to explain to you, I hope you’re getting the picture now of why dental health is declining in America, because the standard American diet has no minerals in it. Our toothpaste has no minerals in it. You can’t leech them from your body.
If you’re taking supplements, that’s great and it’s helping you out on the inside but it’s not doing anything for your dental health. Dental health is an indication of overall health. If you have poor dental health, you most likely have some inflammation going on inside the body as well. Let’s talk about these six conditions. The first condition that has to happen in order for remineralization to happen, and this is happening continuously, folks. There must be minerals in the saliva. Where do you get those minerals from? You get them from food or it can add what you’re brushing your teeth with. Secondly, a molecule of carbonic acid must be produced.
Carbonic acid is made from water and CO2 from the breath. It’s an unstable acid as opposed to a stable acid, meaning it can be broken back down very quickly so it’s not causing demineralization. The condition that has to be present, a molecule of carbonic acid has to be produced in proximity to a mineral molecule. This mineral that you got from your spinach has to be in your mouth when carbonic acid is made. It will then dissolve the mineral into ionic component. The mineral ion is what initiates remineralization. The fourth thing that has to happen is that this whole reaction has to occur in close proximity to a demineralized spot that requires that exact mineral ion. That has to be the same ion.
It has to be in the correct shape, in the correct form and it has to happen right at that exact spot. The fifth condition, that defective spot on the tooth has to be clean. I’m going to talk in a minute about what you might be using on your teeth that might be causing that spot to not even be clean. It doesn’t matter if this reaction is happening or not. If that spot is not clean or there’s a coating over it, forget it. Remineralization is not going to happen anyway. That spot has to be clean. The mineral ion then is a attracted into that whole or that defect or that soft spot because the opposite electrical charges of the ion and the whole. Remember, opposites attract and they hold on to each other.
Are you with me? Isn’t this cool? Did you ever hear this from your dentist? Because I didn’t. Here we are. Sixth condition, carbonic acid must be converted back to … Remember, carbonic acid is an unstable acid. In order to prevent breakdown, it’s got to be converted back to CO2 and water. When this happens, the mineral ion is then precipitated out of the solution and into that demineralized spot on the enamel. Six conditions have to happen. All of these have to fall in place for your teeth to stay strong. Are you getting why our teeth are in such bad condition? Because the diet is lacking, we’re eating a lot of sugar. Even if we’re not a lot of sugar, a lot of us might be eating good today.
Maybe five years ago, we were still on the processed food kick. You still have to heal all the damage that you did. With the soil being depleted today, even if you’re eating a very healthy diet, it’s hard to get those minerals sometimes out of the food that you’re eating. Let’s go over these, because these are so important, these six conditions. I’m going to go over them one more time just so it clicks in your brain. There must be minerals in the saliva, and they come from your food that you’re eating or they come from when you’re brushing your teeth. If what you’re using to brush your teeth doesn’t have the minerals in it, you might as well chuck it. Trust me.
I’ll explain more about that in a minute. A molecule of carbonic acid has to be produced. That’s produced by the water from your saliva mixing with the CO2 from your breath and forming carbonic acid, which is an unstable acid. That molecule of carbonic acid has to be produced right near a mineral molecule, so the food has to be right there. Then, it dissolves it into its ionic component so that ion is then floating around right there, right by that demineralized spot. Because the next that happens is that it has to be right there by that demineralized spot, and then that ion has to match up to that spot. Like a lock and key, they have to fit. In order for that to happen, there has to be no film.
That spot has to be clean so that this can get through and plug that hole. Then, that carbonic acid converts back to CO2 and water. Done! Boom! Remineralized, you’re good to go. If that’s not happening, your demineralization is happening way faster than remineralization. You could be having problems. I’m here to help you. I’m here to explain this all to you. I also want you to know that this happens in the wild all the time. If you look at animals in the wild that eat a natural diet from the earth, their teeth are in good condition. The pre-modern diet precipitates strong enamel because they’re getting the minerals. They’re not eating sugary foods. They’re not eating processed foods.
They’re just eating natural foods. This whole six condition process is happening constantly in their mouth. The saliva that you make helps to neutralize that pH as well so that when you do eat something that’s a little too acidic, it can help neutralize the pH. If you don’t believe me, believe the animals in the wild. They have good teeth. They’re very strong. They need to be strong so they can chew through things. To restore the body’s natural equilibrium, either remineralization must be enhanced or demineralization must be reduced. I said it a couple of times. I think it’s important to understand that.
You really, really, really need to know that you need to put those minerals back in your teeth, has to happen. Are you with me? Who’s with me? Okay. Relate this to me, because you have to be able to relate to this to understand it and to absorb it and to be able to do something about it. I’m going to talk a little bit about our physiology, about toothpaste, maybe what you’re using and why it’s probably not doing you any good and a little bit more about diet. This poor guy, he looks so sad. He is sad. Physiology, I said this before, the minerals have to be present in the mouth. The teeth must be clean and the minerals must come in contact with that demineralized spot on the tooth.
You can’t get this from supplements. You cannot take a pill or a multivitamin and expect it to work for your teeth. Yes, take the multivitamin. You need it. Your body needs it. It’s important, but it’s not for your teeth. Please know that. What you eat and what you put in your mouth is what’s affecting your dental health and your teeth. Toothpaste. This is an interesting topic for me. Because until I formulated my own toothpowder, I was using commercial toothpaste and totally unaware of the harm that it was doing. When I realized what was happening with the demineralization, remineralization process, I wonder where are the minerals in my toothpaste. There are none.
There are no minerals in my toothpaste. The things that are in my toothpaste are probably causing more harm to my internal body. Because remember, your mucus membranes are very, very vascular. They’re going to absorb things. The ingredients that are in toothpaste are harmful. They’re cancer-causing agents, hormonal disruptors, neurotoxins. They’re horrible. I was flabbergasted. I couldn’t understand why we were even brushing our teeth with toothpaste. Most toothpaste contain a number of slow moving poisons that accumulate in highly sensitive and permeable mucus membranes in the mouth and can lead to toxic overload. Over time, this buildup can cause a lot of problems.
Think about this for kids, because kids are more vulnerable than adults because they have less defenses. They’re smaller. Most commercial toothpastes contain at least three potentially harmful and possibly toxic, and at the very least, unnecessary chemicals. Glycerin, I’m going to talk about, sodium lauryl sulfate, and artificial sweeteners. Fluoride is another thing that commercial toothpastes contain. There’s a lot of concerns regarding toxicity. I’ll go over that a little bit as well. Let me talk a little bit about glycerin, because remember that that spot on that tooth where there’s demineralization, that sensitive spot on the enamel before it gets into the dentin breaks down a little bit quicker.
Then, as a cavity, glycerin, remember that has to be clean in order for that mineral to get past and into the tooth. Glycerin is thought to leave a coating on the teeth and possibly contribute to demineralization and prevent remineralization. Because it’s not keeping a clean surface, it’s probably causing some coating. If there’s glycerin in your toothpaste, I’m going to tell, almost all commercial toothpastes have glycerin in them. It is not helping remineralization even if those minerals are there. It’s probably actually causing more demineralization for your teeth. Sodium lauryl sulfate is the foaming agent that is put into toothpastes. It’s in a lot of different things.
When you brush and that foamy sensation comes up, that’s what’s causing it. Sodium lauryl sulfate or SLS, as it is known, is readily absorbed by the body and is considered a probable human carcinogen by the EWG or the Environmental Working Group. If you’re not sure who they are, check them out, also known as Skin Deep. They will give you a rating of how toxic products are to your body and how toxic specific ingredients are and why. There are really good resource. The SLS can cause skin irritation, eye irritation, and hormonal imbalances. It can also cause denaturing of structural proteins including the membranes of our mouth, so could actually break down the membranes of your mouth.
That’s not what we want. Interestingly, SLS is commonly found in engine degreaser, garage floor cleaners, and car wash soaps. That’s what you’re brushing your teeth with. In the scientific community, SLS is commonly acknowledged as a skin irritant and has been linked to mouth ulcers and canker sores. Wonderful, isn’t it? Okay, let’s talk a little bit about sweeteners. Everybody’s hooked on things that are sweet, and it’s only because that’s what you trained your body to like. If you ditch the sweeteners, you’ll be accustomed to things that are unneutral. They’re not sweet. You won’t even miss the sweetness. In fact, when you have something sweet, you’re not going to be as interested in it.
Commercial products often include a variety of artificial sweeteners intended to make them palatable. Saccharin is manufactured from petroleum products and like most artificial sweeteners, has been linked to cancer. Most artificial sweeteners have been linked to cancer. Sorbitol and aspartame are also artificial sweeteners. Both of these have a list of side effects that will blow you away. I’m going to name them. Think about this as I name them and see if any of these might be something you suffer from. Headaches, dizziness, mood changes, vomiting or nausea, abdominal pain, cramps, change in vision, diarrhea, seizures, convulsions, memory loss, fatigue, numbness in legs, joint pain, unexplained depression, anxiety attacks, slurred speech, blurred vision, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, systemic lupus, and various cancers.
I’m sorry, but that’s horrible. The problem is, you brush your teeth at least twice a day hopefully. You’re using this constantly. You’re getting a dose even though they say that that dose is minuscule to a toxic dose. You’re brushing your teeth every day. You’re getting not just artificial sweeteners from your toothbrush but from food sources possibly as well. You may never ever correlate the symptoms that you’re having in artificial sweetener. It’s an eye opener when you start looking at these things. It’s poison. That’s exactly what it is. It’s doing nothing for your teeth. This is doing nothing for your teeth. Artificial sweeteners are not cleaning your teeth.
They’re acidic and they’re causing demineralization. Your toothpaste, my friends, if they contain artificial sweeteners are causing minerals to be leeching from your teeth. Aspartame is the technical name for the brand names NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, and Equal-Measure. Aspartame is made up of three chemicals, aspartic acid, phenylalanine, and methanol. Did you know that a by-product of aspartame is formaldehyde? Interesting. Aspartame, my friends, is also just a side note, really made me mad, is in sublingual type medications. I know there’s migraine medicine out there that you can take sublingual sugars, tons of medications.
I notice that it was in a medication that I have been taking at one point for migraines. I was livid because one of the number one side effects of aspartame is migraines, and they put it in a migraine medicine that you dissolve in your mouth to make it palatable. Be careful. Roaches and ants won’t eat it. Cats and dogs won’t eat it, even houseflies, houseflies, they won’t eat it. The FDA serves aspartame to you. All right, so we’re going to talk about fluoride. Sorry, it’s not getting any better. Fluoride has actually been categorized as a toxic drug by the FDA. If you are buying organic food to avoid pesticides but using commercial toothpaste, you might be interested to know that sodium fluoride was at one time used as an insecticide and a rodenticide.
That makes you feel good, huh? Have you ever looked at your toothpaste container? Flip it over and look at the back. They all look something like this. They show you the active ingredient and directions and things like that. Have you ever looked at the warning label? The warning look something like this, keep out of reach of children under six years of age. If more than used for brushing is accidentally swallowed, get medical health or contact a Poison Control Center right away. Seriously? Look on the back of your toothpaste. It’s on there, Poison Control. That should be a red flag. Why are we putting this in our toothpaste, in our mouth where it’s very vascular?
Breakdown happens and things get absorbed. Fluoride toxicity can occur due to the toothpaste that maybe ingested with every brushing, and especially with children who like to swallow instead of spit their toothpaste. Fluoride toxicity which may occur with chronic fluoride exposure can have harmful effects on the entire body and in children, dental fluorosis, which is the discoloration of the enamel because the tooth cells that are forming that can occur. Studies have shown that fluoride can also cause damage to the brain and possibly cause IQ deficits in children.
Fluoride can also adversely affect your pineal gland, thyroid gland, bone, gastrointestinal tract and has been linked to bone and bladder cancers. All right, think about this, if you brush your teeth for two minutes, twice a day, your gums are exposed to the paste you’re using for a full 24 hours each year. In the long run, every second counts. Use a paste that is non-toxic and free of industrially formulated chemicals. Why take a chemical bath for 24 hours every year, seriously? That’s 24 hours if you’re using something that has no minerals in it, actually has glycerin that point things out, minerals out, and possibly even has aspartame or some sort of artificial sweetener that’s causing some breakdown as well because it’s an acid.
No mineralizations happening, only demineralizations happening and we’re wondering why we’re going to the dentist and we’re getting bad results. I mentioned this. She’s adorable. Look at her teeth. She’s so cute. Is she swallowing her toothpaste? Kids do. They do. They swallow their toothpaste. They can’t help it. They don’t want to spit it out. It’s really hurting them, not just their teeth but probably their insides as well. All right, let’s talk about our diet, the dirty truth about our diet. Because as I mentioned a little bit earlier, the soil is not really as mineral rich as it used to be. Eating a healthy diet is your number one defense against demineralization.
Eat your carrots, especially organic if you can. Eat your vegetables. Eat the things that are grown in the soil, because the soil is much richer in minerals even today than anything in a box, anything. Modern intensive agricultural methods have stripped increasing amounts of nutrients from the soil in which the food we eat grows. Sadly, each successive generation of fast-growing, pest-resistant carrot is truly less good for you than the carrot you ate before. That is true. There have been some studies. I just want to mention these just because it’s interesting. A study in 1975 to 1997 found that the average calcium levels in 12 fresh vegetables dropped 27%.
That’s less than 25 years, dropped 27%. Iron levels 37%, vitamin A levels 21%, and vitamin C levels 30%. It’s no wonder we’re not as healthy. No wonder we need to take more supplements today. It’s also no wonder that our teeth are getting bad. These minerals aren’t in the foods we’re eating inasmuch of a concentration as they used to be. Remineralization had so much more ability back then, 25 years ago, actually more than that now, 40 years ago now. A similar study in British nutrient data from 1930 to 1980 published in the British Food Journal, found that in 20 vegetables the average calcium content had declined 19%. Iron 22% and potassium 14%.
That just reiterates the exact same thing. Yet another study concluded that one would have to eat eight oranges, you have to eat eight oranges today to derive the same amount of vitamin A as our parents would have gotten from one. Sorry, that’s sad. You don’t want to eat that many, because then your calorie content is too high. That’s why supplementation is extremely important. However, again, supplementing doesn’t help your teeth. What will help your teeth? Natural. I have some natural solutions for you. This is where my story flourishes. This is where I am so proud. I was so excited to discover this. My daughter went to the dentist.
He put in that temporary filling with the hopes that it would last a years, that’s it, just a year. “Bring her back in six months, we’ll check it. Did great.” “Bring her back in six more months, we’ll check it. I don’t really think it’s going to be there, but we’ll see.” We took her back, it was still there. I had done some research because I wanted this to happen. I wanted her to be able to keep this tooth that was really important. It’s a molar. I didn’t want her to go through the trauma of having the tooth be pulled. I started doing some research. What I found just amazed me. I found that if you use clay, the clay that’s grown in the earth, clay has a natural high mineral content. They are ionic.
They are in the ion form. They are the same minerals that your teeth need. Where your diet might be lacking? You can get these minerals by brushing. How much more contact would you need? You’re brushing your teeth so the surface is clean. You’ve got saliva and breath making carbonic acid. You’ve got these mineral ions right there in your toothpaste, and you’re brushing your teeth with them. It’s a no brainer. How can mineralization not happen? Of course, I needed to make sure this was all kosher and it’s something that I could do. Basically, my daughter went, we just took her to the dentist about two months ago. She is now a little over seven.
This is five years ago. She is seven years old, that same original temporary filling is still in place. They did x-ray and the tooth is perfect. There’s no further problems. It hasn’t gotten worse at all. In fact, they have high hopes that this is all going to stay until she loses that tooth. I know that there’s a reason that that’s happening, because the demineralization was happening more than remineralization. That tooth would have made it pulled or that temporary cavity or filling would have fallen out and she would have needed a more permanent filling. Anyway, let’s move on. Primal Life Organics, that’s the company that I created.
I make over 100 products that are made from ingredients that are completely non-toxic, completely healthy for you, made out of food grade ingredients that heal the body. I made a note to myself that whatever I put on my body was going to heal me. It was not going to be pulling things from my body and causing more inflammation in my body than I needed. I created Dirty Mouth Toothpowder. It’s made with the clays from the earth. I’m going to go over the three different clays that I put in here and why, that your teeth need because they contain the minerals that will help put them back in your teeth and heal your teeth. Yes! Like I said, you can heal your teeth.
The toothpowder and I make a gum serum, because your gum health is extremely important. I’ll show you what the gum serum looks like and what it does, provide the natural protection from plaque and cavities. They deliver the nutrients for healthy gums and teeth, and can be used without the fear of ingesting toxins or chemicals. They are safe for children. Let me mention here that children typically don’t like spicy things. If you have children at home, I would say even under the age of seven or eight, I would go with a natural flavor or a cool orange. If they’re real young and you’re just starting them out age two, I would go with natural, has no flavor.
If they’re a little bit older, the cool orange might work really well for them. One of the tips I like to do with young children, there two ways to do it. If you are already brushing with paste, what you can do is put a little bit of the powder on the brush and they put their paste over it and start to use less paste with every brushing until you get to the point where they don’t need it. The other thing I like to do with kids is when you put the powder on their brush, it looks almost white as you saw in that picture. When they brush their teeth and they spit, if you can get them to spit out or look at their teeth, it turns into like a mud.
I love to tell them, “Look how dirty your teeth were. Can you believe how dirty your teeth were?” Anyway, the whole time, they’re getting those minerals. Those minerals are right there. If they have any spots, it’s the right form of mineral. It could be right there coming in contact with that surface and remineralizing. It’s gently abrasive. If you feel the powder, it’s a very fine powder and gently abrasive enough to clean but not damage the tissue or the tooth enamel. If you’re wondering about clay, remember the practice of pica. In school, you may have learned about pica. It’s the practice of ingesting dirt or clay.
Mainly, it was because they were missing those minerals from whatever they were eating, rice, and things like that, just didn’t have a good mineral content. Your body will tell you what you need if you listen to it. They were eating dirt, and it was because of the mineral content. It is okay to eat dirt, you just want to make sure it is food grade obviously. My point being if children do ingest the toothpowder, it’s not going to harm them. Clay is detoxifying. You don’t necessarily want to eat it all the time, but ingesting small quantities as in the toothpowder is not going to be harmful. Dirty Mouth Toothpowder, this is the clay. This is what it looks like. It comes in a powder. There’s a little scoop.
I will explain how to use it in a minute. That’s exactly what it looks like. It’s mildly abrasive, gently polishes. It detoxifies and it refreshes your breath. Oh my gosh! You never feel like you’ve had dentist clean teeth until you brush with this, totally makes you feel really clean. The abundance of the trace minerals in the clay help to remineralize and strengthen your teeth. Remember, your teeth are living porous stone or porous material. I like to think of them as porous stone. Foods, commercial toothpaste, medications, chemicals, acidic drinks can leech those minerals from your teeth weakening the enamel, making them susceptible to breakdown, decay.
This can help put those minerals back in there. What does it contain? I was doing the research and I really wanted to pick the minerals or pick the clays that contain exactly what your teeth want. There’s a lot of things that your teeth want. Basically, bentonite clay is one of the best things to brush your teeth with. It’s non-toxic. It’s rich in vital minerals that are very beneficial to your teeth and gums like calcium and potassium. It’s very mild. It’s very mildly abrasive, gently scrubs, polishes the teeth. Bentonite has been used for decades as a treatment for numerous health conditions and acts as a detoxifying agent.
It’s going to help detoxify your gums and your teeth to help fight gum disease, strengthen the body’s natural immunity as well. It works as an astringent by helping to remove the tartar and clean your gums. White kaolin is another clay that I decided to use because it’s high in calcium, silica, zinc, and magnesium. It helps to whiten the teeth. You might notice after using this a side effect is you get a brighter smile. In fact, if you want an even brighter smile, I do make a black toothpowder. It’s spearmint and black peppermint. The black contains charcoal. Charcoal adheres to … Yes, black charcoal adheres to the dirt or the stains on the teeth and helps to remove it, so you can actually get a whiter smile.
Both formulas, charcoal will whiten even more. French green clay is also … I love French green clay. It is like mwah. It is the best. I’ll tell you why. It’s extremely absorbent and it literally will drink oil, toxic substances and impurities from the tissues and the teeth. It’s mined from bedrock quarries in France. It is sun-dried, completely natural, unscented, fragrance free. French green clay is a bio-mineral and contains decomposed plant material. Love that. Love that. Plant material is so good for you. Chlorophyll? Oh my gosh, so good for you! Think about what it’s doing to you, your gums and your teeth as well as many trace minerals including silica, magnesium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, copper, zinc, selenium, cobalt, manganese, phosphorous, silicon, micro-algae.
Oh my God! That stuff is so good, kelp, and phyto-nutrients. Amazing! French green clay is amazing. Not only that, but it has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, which may be helpful for some gum inflammation. French green clay alone is amazing. Put these three together, these clays, and you are covered. They work amazingly well. I combine them. Unless you’re getting the natural flavor, they are combined with essential oils. Essential oils have amazing antiseptic qualities. Not only to … They’re antiviral, antibacterial, antimicrobial, anti everything, they will also help freshen the breath. You get a powerhouse of remineralization, freshening, detoxifying.
Oh my gosh! Tons of good benefits. The toothpowder, like I said, it comes with a little scoop. You have two choices. You can either use that little scoop to put a little bit of toothpowder right on your toothbrush or you can just dip your toothbrush, your wet toothbrush, I would wet my brush and dip it into the toothpowder, and then brush your teeth. You just want to brush for two minutes. Brush normally. The amount on that toothbrush is the correct amount to use. You do not need heaping amounts. You just wanted dusting. It doesn’t have to cover the entire toothbrush. That’s why I like this picture. That one has the charcoal or a little bit of charcoal in it so you can see the black with the white.
Boost Gum Serum is the other thing that I developed, the other product I developed for the mouth to improve dental health. Inflammation can begin the mouth. Your gums are very vascular. Inflammation can happen very quickly. Like I said, when you poke at them, if they bleed, it’s possible that you have some inflammation going in your gums. If you prevent the inflammation in your gums, you’re going to prevent less leakage of bacteria and all sorts of things into your interstitial tissues, which can cause other kinds of problems throughout your body. Let’s talk a little bit about gingivitis. Gingivitis is a common and mild form of gum disease.
It’s like that I was talking about the inflammation of the gums can cause irritation, redness and swelling of your gums. It can be from mild where you don’t even really, really know that you have it or it can be very severe that can lead to something else called periodontitis. If it’s not resolved, it’s going to get worse. Periodontitis is a serious oral infection that can cause tooth decay, and even tooth loss. Recent study suggest oral infections can contribute to chronic inflammation, a condition increasingly associate with the progression of diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, pneumonia, even low birth weight children. Just to let you know, those are all inflammatory diseases.
Those can be caused by inflammation. Maintaining dental health is an important daily activity that can significantly reduce the bacteria associated with chronic inflammation. The essential oils that are in Boost Gum Serum are an excellent natural alternative to the prevention and treatment of dental diseases. Boost contains 11 essential oils specifically formulated to support all aspects of oral health including the teeth, the gum, and the mucus membranes. Boost can help relief symptoms associated with fungal and viral infections, cold sores, as well as gingivitis and dental denture stomatitis or any kind of inflammation of the mouth.
I told you that essential oils have amazing properties. I listed them out, just so I can go through them real quick because it’s amazing. In terms of dental health, this is exactly what you need. They’re antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antiviral, antibacterial, antiseptic, astringent, analgesic, local anesthetic. You can’t ask for anything more. They’re amazing. The Boost Gum Serum can be used a couple different ways. It can be used in conjunction with the toothpowder. Some people will put the toothpowder on their brush, and then put a drop or two of the Boost Gum Serum and brush with it, works very well.
I like to put a drop on my finger and then rub my floss through it, so it’s on my floss. Then, as I floss, it gets in between in the gum tissue there because that’s where sometimes I’m sensitive. That works amazing. You can also take that drop in and then rub the rest of your gums with it so that it just goes right over your gums. You can even put a little bit on your teeth. You can also put a couple of drops in water and use it as a mouthwash. Some people also carry it with them and just put a drop on their tongue throughout the day, and that helps to freshen their breath. With all those other amazing properties, you can’t go wrong. I want you to hear it in a voice that’s not my own.
Because this is a testimonial from a woman that called me, and I’ve heard these stories before. A lot of times, they’re in writing. To hear her voice and her excitement about something that happened to her using the toothpowder, just touched my heart. I’m going to tell you her quick little story, but she’s going to tell you in detail. This woman called me. I got her message at 11:00 at night. She had gone to her dentist’s previously and had six cavities. One of them needed a root canal. She started using the Dirty Mouth Toothpowder. She went back. She’s on her way back from her dentist’s office. She was blown away. I’m going to let her tell you the story.
Ms. Gibbs:I don’t know who’s in charge over there but all I have to say is [inaudible 01:07:08]. I’m from Houston, Texas. I bought the toothpowder and oil. I thought it’s an oil but serum. Let me tell you, I went to the dentist, they said I have [inaudible 01:07:24]. I was going back to get that root canal pulled because I’m getting [inaudible 01:07:29]. When I went there, they said, “You have one small cavity, Ms. [Gibbs 01:07:34].” “Really?” All I have to say is whoever is in charge over there, keep doing it. I’m going to buy for my son. I’m going to buy for my mom. It is by far the best product I’ve ever used. Only toothpaste I’m using. I’m not going back. It’s awesome. It’s so strong. It’s hard.
The [inaudible 01:07:56] is still kind of thin, it was hard as rock. It’s beautiful. This is awesome. All I have to do, I just want to cost money over there, which I am doing is really good. [inaudible 01:08:09] deodorant. I’d be more than happy to write a review because I’m that happy and impressed with the product. I appreciate you guys, and that’s all I have to say about it. Thank you. Bye.
Trina Felber:She didn’t even need a root canal. She had one small cavity. She went back, she had one small cavity. I overheard this before. I’m not saying this is going to happen to you. I’m not saying that you’re going to not end up with any cavities. I’m just saying, when you put the minerals where they need to be, healing can happen and healing can take place. If you have more remineralization happening than demineralization, healing does happen and healing does take place. I have a couple other testimonials. I just want to go through really, really quick. Because I think testimonials are so important. I can say all that I want about what it did to me.
Until I put it out there for other people, the feedback was amazing. Heather states that it keeps the dentist away. She says, “I’ve been using the toothpowder daily for about two years and the Gum Serum less frequently. In the past, I had cleanings at the dentist every six months. There was a ton of plaque. Now, my dentist is baffled by the fact that I can skip my six-month cleaning and put me off for even a yearly cleaning. I brush with SonicCare and toothpowder every morning, floss, and sometimes use the Gum Serum. My gingivitis went from threes and fours to ones for every tooth. My dentist chastised me for not getting fluoride in my daily routine.
I haven’t had a single cavity since beginning this regimen. He can’t complain very loudly. Give these products a try and baffle our dentist.” Jessica says … Love this, “My husband and I have used this in conjunction with the toothpowder for months. This is about the Boost Gum Serum. We both love it. I like it because my mouth feels so clean and not at all chemically. My husband had not so great dental habits as a child and is paying for that now. He recently went in to see her dentist. She told them that his gingivitis was gone and his teeth were looking better with much less buildup. He had had to have a few teeth removed and found this gentle enough to use during the healing process.
When his wisdom teeth were aching, he rubbed his gums with a little bit of oil. While it didn’t take the pain away, he said it felt better afterwards. I like using it as a mouthwash after. He likes using it on the toothpowder while he brushes. It feels just as effective both ways. I have given this and the toothpowder as gifts to family and friends, and got nothing but positive feedback. I love the serum, the taste, the ingredients, and the obvious care that went into his development. Thanks PLO!” You’re welcome. This girl, Kimberly, is a sweetheart. She’s a college student. She wrote a review of a bunch of different products. This is the part about the toothpowder.
She says, “No cavities and gums no longer bleed. I was equally impressed with the Toothpowder and Gum Serum. I’ve had gingivitis, teeth, enamel, yellowing problem since I was a kid. The vast majority of my teeth have cavities in them. I was told as a teenager that if I didn’t do something about my teeth soon, I’d have dentures by the time I was 20. Hearing that put me into panic mode. I began to take extra care of them. I managed to avoid dentures, but until I switched to the toothpowder, gum serum, I still struggled with gingivitis, bleeding, yellowing, plaque buildup, and sore teeth, no more.
The last time I was at the dentist, my dentist could not believe how good my teeth and gums looked and even asked me if went to somewhere else to have them bleached, because they were looking so white. When I said no, she asked me a lot of questions about the product I was using to which I happily told her. My gums no longer bleed. I have not had a cavity in ages. I don’t think I ever will. They are stronger and whiter than ever.” There is it, friends, Dirty Mouth Toothpowder, Boost Gum Serum. Dirty Mouth Toothpowder comes in different flavors. It comes in the peppermint, spearmint, cinnamon, cool orange, natural and honest which is like black licorice.
It also comes in the black peppermint and the black spearmint made with charcoal. There’s my book, Beauty’s Dirty Secret. If you enjoy this, I would suggest you check out my book. You can buy it as a kindle edition or a hardback. Don’t let this happen to you. You can improve your dental health by remineralizing your teeth through diet and through what you use. If you’re not using something that’s helping your teeth remineralize, then it’s probably not even worth the time to use it. In fact, it has been proven that it’s probably even more effective to just brush with water than to put all the chemicals that are in commercial toothpaste in your mouth.
If you want to remineralize, Dirty Mouth Toothpowder can help you. I’m here for you. I believe in my products. I believe in health. I believe in restoring health. I just hope that I can help you find your way to a healthier you. If you liked what you heard, check out my book Beauty’s Dirty Secret. You can find it on Amazon. You can find it on my website, more information, more in detail about what big Cosmo is hiding from you. You can find me at primallifeorganics.com. You can email me at email@example.com. You can find me on my blog at cavegirlskincare.com. Thanks for listening. I hope, I hope, I hope that I impressed upon you that dental health is important and there are things that you can do. You can change your dental health. You can have stronger teeth. Remember, your teeth are alive. Enjoy your Dirty Mouth today! Thanks.
I just want to thank you for taking the time out of your day to spend a little bit of time learning about dental health. What I have to say about it, I really, really … I’m a strong believer that education is the key. It’s the only way to make informed decisions and better choices. I know that you’re interested in improving your health, because you’re here with me and you’re still listening to me talk. I know that it’s a priority to you and I totally respect that. That’s where my love and my passion comes from, is the fact that I really want to improve my body. I want to improve my health because I really want to be the strongest person that I can be as long as I live.
Thank you so much for spending the time with me. I encourage you to try Dirty Mouth Toothpowder and Boost Gum Serum to see what kind of difference it can make for you. Here it is from my Dirty Mouth to yours. Thank you so much and have a great day. Don’t mind me, so I’m just going to brush my teeth. Enjoy your Dirty Mouth, I’m enjoying mine.