I am a firm believer that what you eat can have an important impact on your overall health and wellbeing. As they say, “food is medicine”. When my seven year old came home from the dentist with a report of two small cavities on his back teeth, which we could see when we looked in his mouth, I wanted try some natural remedies before sending him back for painful dental work.
For seven weeks, he (and I) followed parts of the protocol outlined in the book “Cure Tooth Decay: Heal and Prevent Cavities with Nutrition” by Ramiel Nagel. My son is young, so we didn’t think it was doable to follow all the steps recommended in the book. Instead, we picked the ones we thought would have the most impact.
After seven weeks we returned to the dentist and low and behold, my son’s small cavities had completely healed. The dentist couldn’t believe it and neither could my husband or friends (all of whom told me that they thought healing cavities was impossible). No drilling was required and the dentist said my son’s teeth were in excellent health. We were so happy that our experiment had worked!
Note: This is not a suggestion to avoid necessary dental work. Rather, it is an example of how nutrition can play a complementary role alongside modern medicine in achieving good health.
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