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Does Eating Fruit Cause Cavities? by Frederic Patenaude
I’ve been warning raw vegans, raw food enthusiasts, smoothie drinkers, fruit eaters, and vegans to take care of their teeth — for a few years now.
What I have observed is:
A high incidence of dental decay among those eating a high-raw diet, 1-2 years after they switch to the diet.
A high incidence of gum recession and enamel erosion among raw vegans. (This does not mean eating 100% raw — anyone who eats a lot of fruit or drinks fresh juices or smoothies should care.)
Dramatic dental problems in people who stick religiously to certain diet principles without questioning them.
I’ve had my share of dental problems myself as a direct result of following the raw diet incorrectly (and I’m not even talking about eating a lot of dates here). I have also met at least several hundred people who have gone through similar issues.
I’ve been talking about this for some years now, and I’m glad that people are finally listening!
So what’s going on here?
The Two Culprits
At this point, if you have the least interest in eating a healthier diet, you should start reading very carefully.
Eating fruit does not, per se, causes decay.
Tooth decay is the result of the proliferation of certain types of bacteria in the oral environment. The bacteria eliminate acid waste that eats into your teeth and causes decay.
It’s all about the terrain!
What happens is that when people change their diet, they are a time-bomb as far as their dental health is concerned. Their bacteria count is a little too high, but not high enough to cause significant problems.
Suddenly, they start eating more often, because they eat foods that are not as dense in calories. They drink juices. They drink smoothies. They eat a lot of fruit. This acid and sugar create a giant feast for the bacteria which feed on them.
It’s not all about the food you eat! If you can control the level of acidity in your mouth, you can eat foods that contain acids and sugar, and you’ll be okay.
But, if your oral terrain is not under control, you’ll never be able to eradicate dental problems for life.
The Only Solution
The only way to prevent dental decay for life and reverse a bad situation is to take active control of your oral environment. Just eating less sugar does not address the root of the problem (although there are important nutritional steps you can take to make your teeth cavity-proof).
If you’d like to find out the exact method that I use to reverse and prevent dental problems, make sure to get the new edition of our program “How to Heal and Prevent Dental Disasters.”
In it, you will discover:
What you can do for your teeth if you already have decay above or below the gumline, pain, bleeding or loose teeth…
Why the dental industry on purpose wants you to come back for more visits with new problems to “fix” every time.
What to do if you lose a filling, chip or lose a tooth, etc.
And much more. Go to:
There’s a lot new in this 2016 version. You can get it at more than 50% off. This offer may end at any time!
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The program ”One Year of Raw Foods” features complete menu planners for every day of the year, and more resources to make this diet work.
This program features exactly what to eat, day by day, based on seasonal ingredients (no mangoes in January!), and a complete shopping list to help with your errands.
Check it out here as it is a great offer with lots of free extras!
I want to let you know that Frederic’s book, “How to Eat Well for Under $100 a Month on a Plant-Based Diet” with the companion book is available now for $29.95 instead of the usual price of $47.
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