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Is Your Natural Toothpaste Effective?

Is Your Natural Toothpaste Effective?

Dental care can be confusing but it doesn't have to be. As a mom and a nurse, I know how important it is to maintain good oral health.

I also understand how confusing it can be to stand in the dental health aisle of a store and try to choose dental products based on their flashy marketing claims.

It gets even more confusing when you know to avoid what I call “toxipaste” - dental products with fluoride and toxic chemicals - and start looking for “natural” toothpaste.

Natural ingredients are extremely important - I get it! However, there's more to dental care than just being natural. To truly be effective, dental products MUST provide three essential things. Miss any one of these, and the product will not be able to prevent and heal cavities and gum disease.

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Toothpaste: Trust or Trash??

Not all toothpastes are created equal.  It sounds so harmless… but that’s exactly what Big Cosmo wants you to believe!  Watch this video, and you decide!

Not all toothpastes improve the strength of your teeth.  Some toothpastes are so detrimental to your health, they contain a poison control warning statement.  When was the last time you turned your tube over and READ the label??  If you see this…. Buyer beware!  Your health is in immediate danger, your gums may shed some blood and your teeth are at risk for demineralization and decay!

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Learn HOW to protect your teeth and increase the chance of taking them with you to your grave!  You can change the condition of your teeth, but you will have to change WHAT you put IN YOUR MOUTH!  

If you are serious about your health, watch Trina’s Toxic Talk: What Your Dentist Won’t Tell You! Numerous dentist’s have watched Trina give this lecture, and requested she offer it online because her explanation of how to remineralize your teeth is unlike any other they have heard!  Dedicate an hour to your health and Trina will open your eyes, or should we say mouth, to the dangers that are lurking in your toothpaste.

Trina will also discuss how your diet effects your dental health.

Did you know that inflammation is believed to be the root cause of almost every condition that effects the human body?  This includes heart disease, diabetes, hypothyroid and many hormonal disruptions, obesity, even cancer.  Inflammation can begin in the mouth with inflamed or weak gum tissue and dental demineralization.  Toxins from food, toothpaste and the environment can more readily enter the body and invade your general health.

You CAN change your dental health…. and Trina will tell you how!



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Not Just Skin Food: Eat your way to Healthy Teeth and Gums

If you haven’t busted out your Dirty Mouth Toothpowder yet this morning, you’ll definitely want to after reading this!


The American Dental Association lists their Top 9 Foods that Damage Your Teeth that berates chewing on ice, eating excessive citrus, dried fruits or sticky foods (like trail mixes) that can stick to your teeth.

And that doesn’t include beverages. Coffee can both dry out your mouth and stain your teeth. Alcohol can cause dehydration and dry mouth, as well as a reduction in saliva over time.

Now… we all know that scare tactics can only go so far. So what healthy habits can improve your teeth?

Re-Mineralize. Acids in the foods we eat can remove the minerals in our enamel and lead to tooth decay. Remineralizing is when minerals are deposited back into tooth enamel. So, remineralizing’s the goal!

Get some calcium and phosphorous. Perfectly Paleo foods like chicken, leafy greens, and nuts can boost your calcium intake and protect teeth, as well as phosphorous-rich eggs and fish. Raw, grass-fed dairy (milk and cheese if they are in your diet) can neutralize acids in your mouth – an additional bonus. Make eating whole, unrefined foods a habit for your health and your teeth. Crisp apples and pears can sometime “scrape” disrupt plaque on your teeth. These types of fruit also have high levels of water, not just sugar.

Add Vitamin A. Fermented Cod Liver Oil is another at-home remedy for tooth decay. The Paleo Mama shares some great research on her post on cavities and tooth decay that suggests diets lacking in fat-soluble vitamins are the culprit of decay. She offers recommendations like eating high vitamin butter oil daily, using ghee and grass-fed butter in cooking, eating liver regularly, among others.

Mix with Water. If you can’t get to some Dirty Mouth Toothpowder soon after coffee, alcohol or the dried figs you just ate, rinse with water. Try to avoid sipping coffee or snacking all day, as you’ll just be continuously exposing your teeth to risky sugars and stains.

Banish Bacteria. Not many of us think about the level of acid in our mouths each day, but bacteria in our mouth and saliva cause tooth decay. Primal Life Organics toothpowder is naturally minty and made from a blend of clay that is rich in minerals to neutralize acids and remineralize your teeth – like silica, iron, magnesium, calcium, phosphorous and more. Learn more about pH and the active ingredients in Dirty Mouth Toothpowder.

Not convinced? Let Kim and our testimonials tell you themselves.