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Dental materials and dental procedures have far reaching effects upon health that are only now being acknowledged. The MouthBody Doctor defines a new paradigm of holistic dental care which recognises the interrelatedness of the health of the mouth to that of the body and the role of nutrition in oral and facial health and development.


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    Sun Exposure and Vitamin D 1

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    We are constantly told to cover up, avoid the mid-day sun, and to use creams containing high sun protection factors (SPF) if exposed to the sun to reduce our risk of developing skin cancers such as melanoma. Even school children … Continue reading

    Sun Exposure and Vitamin D 2

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    Continued from Sun Exposure and Vitamin D 1 Poor immunity, allergies and vitamin D Studies have shown that Vitamin D promotes cytokine production which modulates the immune system and can help to promote inflammation and allergy or fight infection(s). In … Continue reading

    Video: How Much Added Sugar Is Too Much?

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    Dr Michael Greger MD on the topic of added dietary sucrose and fructose and fatty liver disease. 3 mins Relevant products: For information about preventing and reversing tooth decay read Cure Tooth Decay by Ramiel Nagel. Click the relevant link … Continue reading

    Video: Dr Michael Murray Lists Three Supplements You Should Be Taking

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    The naturopath and author Dr Michael Murray ND lists the three supplements he thinks everyone should be taking to ensure baseline health and then suggests specific additional products. 4 mins Relevant products: To purchase Dr Michael Murray and Dr Joseph … Continue reading

    Research: Lead Exposure as a Cause of Tooth Decay in Young Children

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    This article presents some of the research linking lead exposure both in utero and during infancy to increased rates of tooth decay in both animal and human studies. Lead is known to be preferentially stored in the bones and mammary glands … Continue reading