Jan 262017

I have had some weird dental adventures. My most recent: at a routine cleaning a couple weeks ago, I was told I have a cavity which would have to be filled. Having read most of Cure Tooth Decay: Remineralize Cavities and Repair Your Teeth Naturally with Good Food, I decided not to schedule the filling, and to give myself a little bit of time to see what I could do.

One of the recommended strategies is to combine cod liver oil with pasture butter. Since I drink bulletproof coffee in the morning, I already get plenty of butter; yesterday my order of Nordic Naturals – Arctic-D CLO, Heart and Brain Health, and Optimal Wellness, Lemon 8 Ounces arrived. I took a teaspoon. This morning, my active cavity is significantly improved. By that I mean brown and sticky to tiny hard black spot. Overnight.

I don’t want to be annoying with all my crazy lifestyle stuff, but I thought you might want to know.

  2 Responses to “Tooth Decay CAN Be Cured”

  1. I love it. More about your lifestyle please (it’s not terribly different from mine, but you’re much more disciplined than I am). I’m going to look up that Arctic-D – I have a cracked tooth, I think, and I’d love to have it heal up nicely and naturally.

  2. Ha ha! Thanks!

    I can’t remember exactly what he says about cracks. The tooth I have the cavity in also has a crack we’ve been watching for years and at least one old filling. I have no idea, honestly, what is in that filling, since I got it when I was a teenager, but I have also been adding chlorella to my homemade mouthwash. It is supposed to help with mercury detoxification. Chuckle. And I had tried ingesting it, since it’s supposed to be superhealthy, but it didn’t like me and refused to stay put ?

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