diet and Dental Health

We all understand eating a lot of sugary treats, candy & soft drinks causes tooth decay. That’s a no-brainer. But this deeper dive in to the details of diet and just how it impacts dental health and cavities will be as fascinating to you as it had been to me.

Many people believe that when you’ve tooth decay, which cavity cannot be counteracted and the one option is having a part of your tooth drilled out and also packed with a synthetic material. However, it has been established that there are methods to reverse cavities naturally. Research studies have revealed that cavities and tooth decay could possibly be turned around with diet.

Sixty-two children with cavities were divided into three specific diet groups. Group one ate a regular diet in addition to oatmeal, which is rich in phytic acid. Group 2 consumed a regular diet plan and supplemented with vitamin D3. Group 3 ate a grain-free diet and supplemented with vitamin D3.

The results revealed that Group 1 who dined on the diet very high in grains and phytic acid had a growth in cavities. Group 2 showed changes in the amount of cavities. Group 3, who followed a grain free diet with nutrient rich foods as veggies, fruits, red meat, milk and took vitamin D3, saw the greatest improvements. Virtually all cavities in this group were healed.

As per the insights of Dr. Weston Price and many others, you will find four major things which play a role in tooth decay:

Absence of minerals in the diet (calcium deficiency, phosphorus as well as magnesium deficiency deficiency)

Lack of extra fat soluble vitamins (A, D, pro denton ( K & e, especially vitamin D3 deficiency)

Consuming too much phytic acid rich food

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