If you struggle with inflamed gums, stale breath, or bad teeth, join the club.
Painful dental problems are now common - even if you don't eat too much sugar or skimp on hygiene. Nice for dentists, rough for you and me.
But the bigger issue with anything in your mouth is that it doesn't just stay in your mouth. Oral bacteria and other poisons readily spread to other parts of the body, potentially causing great harm.
Bad bacteria and toxic dental work in your mouth are often a hidden cause of ongoing unexplained disease.
Most doctors stop at the jawline, while dentists stay within the confines of your mouth. The only time the two professions meet is for a dental screening before major surgery. But a toxic mouth is always bad for your health, not just on the operating table.
Detoxifying your teeth, gums, and dental work is a hugely important step in cleansing your body. Because until you take the trash out, toxic exposures in your mouth will circulate to other organs and tissues 24/7.
In fact, some illness is nothing more than the natural consequence of very unnatural conditions in the mouth.
Mercury amalgam fillings, for example, emit poisonous vapors all day long. Breathing these vapors forces your body to sequester bits of hazardous mercury elsewhere, often in your brain, heart, and central nervous system.
Bacteria securely housed in root canal teeth or cavitations daily attack not only your mouth but also travel through your blood stream, weakening your immune system and making you sick.
No matter how often you brush, floss, or rinse, these unfriendly bacteria multiply unabated. You can't even reach them through dental hygiene, much less destroy them.
Even the germs thriving in tartar buildup, bad teeth, and pockets in your gums can greatly limit your body's ability to heal.
If you haven't done so already, prepare your body to better eliminate oral bacteria and other poisons by completing a colon cleanse. Then begin educating yourself.
When you are ready, find a good biological dentist to give you a complete evaluation.
This is especially important for questions you really can't answer for yourself, such as which teeth are hurting you the most and which can be left as they are.
It may seem overwhelming at first to discover enemy strongholds in your own teeth and gums, but even the smallest steps ahead can make a big difference.
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