By Nicholas Veniamin | First published at 18:53 UTC on June 1st, 2021.
By: Sara Middleton – November 2, 2020
(NaturalHealth365) It’s well-known that people with poor dental health are more likely to suffer from heart disease and other chronic health conditions. This could be because people who don’t take care of their teeth are less likely to practice other good health habits, like exercising, eating healthy food, and not smoking. But, doctors also point to an apparent link between inflammation and gingivitis (an early form of gum disease) as a possible explanation.
(Wake Up World) Everyone wants to maintain good dental and oral health and to avoid or heal toothache – but when you visit the dentist, are you – and they – considering how your oral health impacts your whole body, and vice versa? Did you know that common dental procedures can trigger autoimmune disorders, heart disease and dementia? An estimated 80% of disease symptoms can be linked to problems in the mouth. →
(NaturalHealth365) We know there’s fluoride in most brands of toothpaste and mouthwash. But, most disturbingly, conventional dentistry is proud to support these products – even though the dangers of fluoride exposure have been well-documented throughout the independent scientific literature. →
Everyone knows about vitamin C. It fights the common cold, boosts immunity, and even improves skin. You may know about vitamin D. It fights disease, helps your mood, and regulates calcium. Vitamin A from sweet potatoes and vitamin B from salmon, and even omegas 3-6-9 are relatively well-known. But what about vitamin K?
(Natural News) Exposure to mercury has long been considered as harmful to humans. Multiple studies have documented the toxicity of mercury and its often irreversible effects on the human body. But did you know that dental fillings also contain mercury that can make you sick?
The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry ranks mercury third on its list of the most toxic elements or substances on the planet. Despite this, approximately 50 percent of a dental amalgam IS mercury. This is because mercury can bind the alloy particles that make up the rest of the filling together. It also contributes to the durability of a dental filling
Video Transcript: The Cancer Connection: How Dental Health Indicates Disease Risk Ty Bollinger: Did you know that there’s a connection between oral health and disease risk? Charlene Bollinger: Join Dr. Stuart Nunnally as he shares more on how your dental health can reveal more serious health problems. Dr. Stuart Nunnally: And I’m going to talk first…..Video: “The Cancer Connection: How Dental Health Indicates Disease Risk | Dr. Stuart Nunnally (6:16) & transcript
(Natural News) Mercury-based dental amalgams may be presented as “safe” by mainstream dentistry, but health advocates beg to differ. Mercury is one of the most toxic heavy metals a person could come across, and the notion that implanting a hunk of mercury-containing amalgam into a person’s mouth presents no risk to health is nothing short…..Read more
So many of us who are interested in health completely disregard our teeth and our mouths. We forget that our bodies are a holistic and interconnected system, one that can only function optimally if everything is running smoothly. If your liver wasn’t working properly, it would affect your entire body. Well, the same could be said about…