Tooth Decay Cure – How to Cure Cavities Naturally and Prevent Root Canals

Cure tooth decay? Heal, remineralize and repair teeth, and even cure cavities in teeth and actually prevent root canals naturally by good food and proper nutrition? Really?! Yes you can heal tooth decay and remineralize your teeth and actually prevent the “need” of having fillings, root canals, crowns, implants and other all too common dental treatments, by good nutrition. What does good, healthy, proper nutrition mean to you? It’s not what you think and not what you’ve been lead to believe by the health “authorities”.

Let me remind readers for a moment and familiarize the many new subscribed readers to how shocking the reality is to me that cavities in teeth can actually be cured. As I’ve said before, I’ve been working in the dental field for many years, and I’ve been doing a tremendous amount of research into traditional dentistry, fluoride and silver amalgam mercury fillings, amongst other common treatments done in most traditional dental offices – those that are not true holistic dentists.

I’m not ashamed or embarrassed to admit that the truth about fluoride and mercury fillings has been devastating news to me personally, as my professional position in dentistry requires me to apply fluoride on kid’s teeth, as well as assist in the application of “silver” amalgam fillings, and other questionable dental treatments. To say that I’m mortified by what I’ve discovered is the understatement of the century.

So what am I supposed to do now that I know the truth?

By dictionary definition, dentistry is defined as “the profession or science dealing with the prevention and treatment of diseases and malformations of the teeth, gums and oral cavity, and the removal, correction and replacement of decayed, damaged or lost parts, including such operations as the filling and crowning of teeth, straightening teeth, and the construction of artificial dentures”. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines dentistry as “the science and art of preventing, diagnosing and treating diseases, injuries and malformations of the teeth, jaws and mouth”.

Let me make this perfectly clear to my readers. Make no mistake about it: Dentistry is not only a service profession, but dentistry is a business too, to make money and grow their business and profit margins. The fact that tooth decay can be reversed isn’t something most dentists or dental hygienists know to be true, but the dental “authorities” and dental organizations (ADA) know it’s true. Yes, you can reverse tooth decay naturally, by good nutrition and proper eating habits, but the “authorities” don’t want that fact known.

Why? Because their reputation as THE “authority” is at stake. Money and profits is at stake. The total and complete loss of TRUST in the authorities and “health” organizations (including the dental profession) is at stake. Public trust is a huge factor, where even the mere hint of the public (you) not continuing to believe or trust the drivel (lies) we’ve been fed for many years by “the authorities” just cannot happen.

The challenge is to find out what good nutrition really means, and how the foods you choose to eat and the beverages you consume, affect your teeth and your overall health and wellbeing. Systemically, from the inside out. Good nutrition involves a lot more than just avoiding certain foods like sugary sweets, carbonated sodas, donuts and the typical “bad” foods.

If you’ve ever done the research, like I have, about how fluoride and fluoridated water and other sources of fluoride harms the body from the inside out (including teeth and gums) – you may begin to understand how good nutrition benefits the whole body from the inside out, including your teeth and gums, by really nourishing your body by what you consume.

True holistic dentists know the truth, and real holistic dentists help to educate dental patients about how proper nutrition affects your teeth and gums, surrounding tissues, and overall health. Conventional wisdom about nutrition is a crock, or in other words, poppycock garbage. We’re bombarded by the onslaught of information about this or that diet, which diet is the best diet, what we should and shouldn’t eat for good health etc. Learn what the right kind of nutrition is and how proper nutrition works systemically within in the body, and you’ll never have to search for the next latest and greatest “diet” ever again.

There is good reason why a person’s overall health (or the lack thereof) can be determined by looking at one’s eyes, nails, hair and skin, and figure out what nutritional deficiencies there are – even in people who follow “conventional”, “traditional” wisdom about what good nutrition is and live a healthy lifestyle, avoiding all the “bad” stuff.

Your oral health is a window to your overall health.

If the eyes are the mirror of the soul, then the mouth may be the mirror of the heart, lungs, arteries, kidneys, and other parts of the body. What do your teeth and gums say about your health? What do you eat and drink that affects your oral health and your overall health systemically, from the inside out? What is your oral health telling you about your overall health and wellbeing that you aren’t aware of, until some serious health problems flare up and grab your attention in an emergency situation?

The foods and beverages you choose to consume have everything to do with how healthy your teeth and gums are, or are not. Good, healthy nutrition is more important to your oral health than how many times you brush your teeth each day, what toothpaste you use (hopefully non-fluoridated), whether or not you floss correctly (or at all), and when the last time was that you went to the dentist for a checkup, teeth cleaning and xrays.

You can cure tooth decay naturally, remineralize your teeth, prevent having to pay the astronomical costs of expensive dental treatments, and actually become immune to tooth decay. With the right kind of nutrition. Author Ramiel Nagel’s book entitled Cure Tooth Decay: Heal And Prevent Cavities With Nutrition is a must-read for anyone who is serious about learning how cavities can be cured, completely reversed, by the right kind of nutrition.

This book explains the truth about what causes tooth decay (it’s not what conventional dentistry and the “authorities” tell us); how you can minimize tooth decay, prevent it altogether, heal already formed cavities, and live without tooth decay for the rest of your life. Timothy Gallagher, D.D.S., President of the Holistic Dental Association, wrote the Foreward for the book and gives this book a raving review. And so do I. Truly an amazing, eye-opening book that should be on everyone’s reading lists.

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  1. Rudy says:

    I’m glad you mentioned diet as a possible source of bad teeth and gums. I brush my teeth , waterpik, and mouthwash at least twice a day. Every time I visit my dentist, they always find something wrong with my mouth. I mentioned maybe it has something to do with what I ate, and the dental assistant would chuckle and say, “Just brush more!”. Not saying she’s completely wrong, but sometimes people ignore the connection between the parts of the body with overall health.
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    • Lin says:

      Rudy, reading about the history of dentistry and the proven correlation between our modern industrialized food supply and tooth decay is startling. Industrialized foods, heavily processed foods, pesticides and chemicals sprayed on foods, etc. All very interesting in relation to overall health, oral health, and systemic affects. There was a time, before the industrialized food supply took over, when toothbrushes and brushing your teeth, flossing, swishing mouthwash etc was unheard of, and NOT needed at all – because teeth were not decaying but were very strong and healthy.

  2. Great post! I agree with everything you have written here! We can heal tooth decay. That’s the truth that the ADA and leading health organizations would not acknowledge, for fear of losing public trust (not to mention profits for their businesses). It is so inspiring to find a dentist like you, contradicting the norms and the mandates of your own profession. You inspire people like me, who feels that the current methods of dentistry is flawed. All my life I have brushed, flossed, had regular dental checkups, and followed every advice on TV commercials. I still developed cavities. But I have been to Africa, and in some remote parts of Africa there are people who have never heard or seen a dentist before, and yet they had perfectly white teeth! I believe nutrition plays a significant role in these people’s oral health. Their diet / foods are completely different from ours! Thanks for this awesome post!