Posts Tagged ‘ nutrition ’

color wheel showing dietary sources of different vitamins

One Vitamin You Might Not Realize Your Teeth & Gums Need

As a healthy mouth depends on a healthy body – and vice versa – everything you do to keep your body healthy, strong, and resilient also supports your oral health. There really is no separating the two. Even so, there are some nutrients that have come to be strongly associated with oral health. Think vitamin […]

Is Saturated Fat Really Evil? (The Short Answer: No)

Some folks act like saying something over and over again will somehow make it true – like the American Dental Association insisting that neurotoxic mercury amalgam is “safe.” Or the American Heart Association (AHA) constantly telling us how much healthier we’d all be if we just replaced saturated fats with unsaturated. They did it again […]

Encapsulating the Nutrients of Nature: Liposomal Vitamin C

If liposomal technology  sounds Greek to you, that’s because the roots of the word lie in the Greek language. Lipo means fat, and soma means body. The technology incorporates these two words, fat and body, to define the mechanical process developed originally by the pharmaceutical industry. Liposomal technology is a method that encapsulates a liquid medicament […]

Feed Your Gums: The Role of Vitamins D3 & K2 in Periodontal Health

Good hygiene is only a part of preventing – or reversing – gum disease. While hygiene helps keep periopathogens under control, nutrition helps restore the tissues that they wreck. On the one hand, it’s about limiting foods that feed the harmful bacteria in your mouth – sugar, of course, but also refined grain products (think […]