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My Daily Oral Health Boosting Routine

Morning: Do Oil Pulling with 1 Tablespoon Coconut Oil (sometimes add 1 drop Oregano Oil). Spit, Rinse Well and Swish with clean water.

Brush with homemade toothpaste or homemade tooth powder with 3 drops of OraWellness Brushing Blend and a Bass Toothbrush.

Breakfast: Take 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of Fermented Cod Liver Oil/Butter Blend. Use Magnesium Oil topically. Eat breakfast high in healthy fats and proteins.

Lunch and Dinner: Include Homemade Bone Broth, at least two sources of healthy fats, protein and vegetables. (See my recipes for Ideas) or Bone Broth Tutorial for instructions on bone broth.

Evening: Brush again with homemade toothpaste or homemade tooth powder with 3 drops OraWellness Brushing Blend and a Bass Toothbrush. If I’m trying to whiten my teeth, I also brush with Activated Charcoal powder, which works wonders!

Bedtime: Don’t eat after 7 pm and try to be in bed between 10-10:30 to allow maximum restorative sleep and optimal hormone production. I sleep on an earthing mat to help reduce inflammation.

Throughout Day:

Sample Diet:

  • 3-4 eggs with vegetables and meat for breakfast
  • Some form of healthy meat at every meal
  • 2 cups (average) of homemade bone broth daily
  • 2-4 Tablespoons of Coconut Oil
  • 2+ tablespoons grass fed butter
  • Coconut based snacks like coconut cream
  • Various other forms of protein and fat like tallow used in cooking, bison for snack, etc
  •  3-4 cups+ of vegetables each day, usually in soups or with meats.

Natural Oral Care Recipes

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Homemade Tooth Powder recipe all natural and works great1 Oral Health Resources

Recommended Books

 Cure Tooth Decay by Ramiel Nagel

Oil Pulling Therapy by Dr. Bruce Fife

Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Dr. Weston A. Price

Deep Nutrition by Dr. Catherine Shanahan

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References and Citations

The Affect of Saliva on Dental Caries, JADA vol. 139. May 2008. (PDF)

Role of Saliva in Oral Health, Epstein JB, Scully C, J Can Dent Assoc. 1992 Mar;58(3):217-21.

The Role of Saliva in Maintaining Oral Homeostasis, Mandel ID, J Am Dent Assoc. 1989 Aug;119(2):298-304.

Dental Caries: a pH Mediated Disease, Hurlburt M, Novy B, Young D, CDHA Journal, Winter 2010. 9-15 (PDF)

Antimicrobial Agents in Saliva: Protection for the Whole Body, Tenovu J, Journal of Dental Research.

Mandel ID (1990). The diagnostic uses of saliva. J Oral Pathol Med 19:119–125.

Nieuw Amerongen AV, Veerman ECI (2002). Saliva—the defender of the oral cavity. Oral Dis 8:12–22.

Hormones and Health, Dr. Warren C. Edwards. (PDF)

Smoking and Sleep Top The List of Lifestyle Factors Affecting Oral Health

Longitudinal Study on the Association between Smoking as a Periodontitis Risk and Salivary Biomarkers related to Periodontitis. (Journal of Periodontology)

The Sleep Connection: Sleep and Disordered Breathing. Gale Skousen, MD

Associations Among Sleep Disturbance, Vitality, Fatigue and Oral Health