1. kind2creatures

    Oil Pulling with Coconut Oil Decreased Plaque and Gingivitis

    I do a little oil pulling with coconut oil, makes sense that it would help with teeth and gums.
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    Oil Pulling Benefits Can't Be Denied, Not Just Dental!

    I've done oil pulling in the past using coconut oil, but never did it long term to study any overall positive effects. Some immediate results besides the feeling of clean teeth, was expelling some mucus that was in the throat area, that was almost immediate. Here's an article worth a read...
  3. B

    Child has 10 cavities!! He has an all natural, low sugar diet. What can we do?!!

    The title says it all. My 4-year has 10 cavities. He eats an all-natural diet full of vegies and fruit. Desserts are rare in our house. When we do have them, they are gluten-free and usually made with agave nectar as the sweetner. The dentist said we need to use flouride toothpaste and...
  4. Seeker

    Treating blockages naturally

    I am able to tolerate Natto, and taking Wheat Germ Oil, someties Flax Seed Oil. Sometimes Vit C, but rarely, because it binds to iron. Other times, home made fresh ginger paste, which is known to mop up fibrins. I know that Vit C is also helpful as is Niacin (can't tolerate). Are there safe...
  5. kind2creatures

    Dental Benefits of Oil Pulling

    Information about oil pulling and its benefits...
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    Heart Attack Vaccine, Or New Frankendrug?

    Here's a possible future vaccine to avoid heart attacks (fat in the arteries)...
  7. kind2creatures

    Tips For Lowering Cholesterol

    Tips for Lowering Cholesterol 1. Substitute 2 egg whites for 1 whole egg in baking 2. Try lean ham, Canadian bacon, turkey bacon and reduced fat sausage and bacon instead of regular sausage and bacon. 3. Season vegetables with lemon, garlic, onion, chives or pepper instead of animal fat...
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    Brain Plaques Do Not Cause Alzheimer's

    Brain plaques do not cause Alzheimer's (we've been lied to for 20 years) by David Gutierrez, staff writer (NaturalNews) Turning 30 years of established Alzheimer's dogma on its head, researchers are now increasingly rejecting the theory that sticky plaques in the brain are responsible for...