The Science of Flossing Is No Longer Settled -- A fascinating story from the Associated Press reveals that one of the most “settled” bits of science in the medical world was never based on anything better than a junk-science study: the benefits of dental floss. It somehow took almost forty years for the dental community to realize, as the AP puts it, “there’s little proof that flossing works.” This despite a bona fide legal requirement from the almighty federal government that claims in…
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Tooth decay is not caused by bacteria, and that is why brushing and flossing don't work too often to reverse tooth decay. Tooth cavities a sign of deficiency of fat-soluble vitamins and water soluble minerals in our diet. Changing the mineral content of your blood by changing your diet and improving your mineral absorption will, in a high percentage of people, remineralize teeth :: Image of full remineralization of child's teeth
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