Heal Tooth Decay

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imagesNatural Ways to Heal Tooth Decay With these 5 Steps.Cavities are a type of tooth decay that occur when certain bacteria produces an acid that destroys the tooth’s enamel. Its so powerful that it also destroys the underlying layer (the dentin). Not many people know that it’s actually possible to reverse it.

Heal your Tooth Decay With the following  5 natural Steps: 
1. Avoid Sugar
For healthy, cavity-free teeth, sugar cannot be a part of your diet. Not only does it feed oral bacteria that prevents a healthy flow of dental fluids, it’s also highly acidic, allowing it to decalcify and demineralize the structural content of teeth!

2. Consume Nutritious Foods
Beating tooth decay requires an increase in fat-soluble vitamins and minerals. A diet full of vegetables – especially leafy green vegetables, and foods high in healthy fats such as coconut oil and avocado, along with nuts and seeds can help create the ideal diet for battling tooth decay.

3. Eliminate Phytic Acid

Phytic acid is a mineral blocker and enzyme inhibitor that’s found in grains, nuts, seeds and beans that are not organic or GMO-free. It can cause serious health problems, such as mineral deficiencies and osteoporosis. Phytic acid prevents you from absorbing the minerals in your food, while leaching minerals out of your body, bones and teeth. Avoid foods high in phytic acid by choosing organic and GMO-free.

4. Try Oil Pulling

Oil pulling has been used for centuries as an oral detoxification procedure. Simply swish a tablespoon of coconut oil in your mouth for 20 minutes, then spit the oil into the trash. If 20 minutes is too long, start with 3-5 minutes. Oil pulling has been praised for its ability to treat numerous health issues, from gingivitis to headaches.
5. Use Mineralizing Toothpaste

Fluoride-free toothpaste are expensive, but there are some brands that are more affordable. You can also make your own remineralizing toothpaste at home using:
• 3 tablespoons of food grade diatomaceous earth clay
• 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda
• 1/4 teaspoon mint-flavored chlorophyll
• 1/4 teaspoon peppermint extract
• 1/2 teaspoon of coconut oil
• 1 tablespoon filtered water