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Primal Life Organics Blog — Dental Care

DO YOU NEED A FLUORIDE DETOX?

Taking care of your body is one of the best investments you can ever carry out. This consists of detoxing your body regularly, eating healthy meals, and using safe oral and skin products.

Fluoride is a flooding mineral found in our meals, water, and other products. If you make use of commercial toothpaste or drink tap water, there’s a high possibility that you’re exposing your body to fluoride. 

Fluoride has been hailed for its cavity-fighting powers by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the America Dental Association. However, according to a growing body of medical research, too much fluoride in your system poses many risks. Furthermore, fluoride doesn’t actually fight off cavities. Instead, it puts an outer coating on your teeth without fixing the core issue – a lack of mineralization. 

Studies show that fluoride’s negative effects include cognitive impairment, thyroid dysfunction, and many others we’ll explore in this article. So, yes, you need a fluoride detox. It doesn’t require any painful process or exhausting exercises. 

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Colloidal Silver Toothpaste: What It Is and Why You Need It

If you’re like most Americans, you’ve been using one of Colgate’s or Crest’s countless toothpaste variations for as long as you can remember. But you still get cavities, your gums bleed when you floss, and your teeth never look as white as promised.

So what gives?

The truth is, we’ve been taught to trust toothpaste that doesn’t actually improve oral health. Despite their fancy names like “3D Whitening Brilliance Blast” and “Pro-Health Advanced”, these products aren’t formulated to address the real causes of cavities, gum disease, and other dental problems.

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The Most Terrifying Experience of My Life...

It's true -- I've always hated going to the dentist. Everything about it just made me cringe. 

So when I went for my first teeth whitening session a while back, needless to say I was less than excited. But my umpteen-cup-a-day coffee habit had steadily turned my pearly whites into a dull gray. I had to do something. 

A few minutes later, there I was, laying back in that goofy little recliner, a 100,000 watt light glaring just inches from my nose, eyes wide and hands shaking, as the dentist slid in the thingy packed with the bleach whitening peroxide solution.

HOOOOOLY CRAP! I thought I was going to go through the ceiling. The pain was so severe, like nothing else I had ever felt. 

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