If people knew how simple it is to cure tooth decay, then surely no one would go to the dentist. Dentists will always say that the decay cannot be cured naturally, but only with dental intervention, because big money is involved in the dental industry because of it. Therefore, 99% of people are convinced that it is impossible healing cavities naturally.
The American Dental Association claims that tooth decay and cavities are formed when carbohydrates are stuck between the teeth, creating an acidic environment. Over a period of time, the acids destroy tooth enamel, resulting in tooth decay.
The reason with the carbohydrate is correct, but there are a number of holes in this theory.
There are many documented cases of people who live outside the modern society that have a bunch of carbohydrates stuck in their teeth and never brush their teeth.
Dentist in the early 20th century named Weston Price traveled the world in search of such people, in order to examine their teeth and thoroughly document his findings. Dr. Price discovered that both cavities and tooth decay, caused by nutritional deficiency, are treated by itself.
Can The Body Heal Itself?
If you think about the manner of an open mind, leaving all ideas of caries in the background, do not you think this makes any sense? Would not our body be able to treat cavities just like it cures a broken bone or a cut on your hand?
Here is a part of a woman’s story linked to caries and how she cure it.
“After reading an epic book by Doctor Price, “Nutrition and physical degeneration” a few years ago, my head was full of thoughts that caries can really be cured with proper nutrition over time. But believing in something intellectually and knowing how it works in practice are two very different things, right? she says.
Namely, her oldest child had developed a cavity in his tooth, in his right maxillary lateral incisor. But, her husband noticed that there was a big hole in the tooth. Afterwards, they both agreed that caries must immediately be filled with seal.
Then, she called the dentist and arranged a meeting. Meanwhile, she start to insist for her son to take 3 butter-oil capsules every morning along with his normal, everyday spoonful of fermented cod liver oil.
Dr. Price found that the tooth decay can be faster healed when those two therapeutic and nourishing oils were taken together.
Therefore, the woman continued giving her child butter oil capsules every day.
Meanwhile, the boy did not stop to eat cereals and sugar through “junk food”. The woman realized that she cannot protect her children from those things, and need to be wise, as her son will learn moderation over time.
One day before the meeting with the dentist, they were informed that the dental treatment will be moved to another date because the dentist had to go out of town for family reasons.
About a month has passed, the woman and her husband were worried due to the fact that caries was one of the top front teeth of their child. She decided to take a peek into the cavity and see if everything was worse. But, when she looked, she stayed shocked.
She noted:“There was no caries and no cavity. No more holes anywhere. It is completely filled and was smooth as the tooth next to it. I told my husband, and he also looked at it. He was delighted when he saw that the holes were gone.”
The best thing is that they have changed very little in order for their son’s tooth to be cured. The boy had continued its normal, nutritious food at home with “omissions” in his diet. They just have added butter oil in his regular diet along with fermented cod liver oil.
They decided to take him to the dentist to make a full review and make sure that there is not tooth decay. They were right, the tooth was there but the hole was gone. It has been showed that Dr. Price’s research actually works in practice! Diet can really cure tooth decay!
We hope that this story is encouraging enough for you to make some changes in your diet!
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