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Cure Tooth Decay by Ramiel Nagel
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Jun 10, 11

bookshelves: health-and-nutrition
Recommended for: Anyone wanting to avoid painful dental work
Read in May, 2011 — I own a copy

I bought this because my husbands family has notoriously BAD teeth. His parents have an astonishing number of root canals. I know tooth and gun health is directly related to diet and while my husband's diet is profoundly better than his parents, he's starting to have a few problems.

This book basically will turn your world upside down. My husband has bought the government line that fat is evil and whole grains are the holy grail. This book will explain why pretty much the opposite is true when it comes to holistic tooth and gum health.

You will learn which fats are critical to your health, the proper way to prepare whole grains, if you bother to eat them after reading this book, and the best products to use on your teeth for long term health.

Making some of these changes will be very difficult for my husband, as he has trained himself well. I'm determined to make them though, because of the long term benefits of maintaining healthy teeth, and it is cheaper than extensive dental work.
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