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Here is a quick article from the author of Cure Tooth Decay, from his newsletter, for your Thanksgiving meal…

“Here are a few tips to prevent and reduce your chances of cavities
this thanksgiving.

1. Put giblets in your gravy, and eat plenty of gravy. The
flavorful organs from your turkey have important minerals and fat
soluble vitamins that will help prevent cavities. The fat and
gelatin from well-made gravy will help your body digest and absorb
your thanksgiving meal.

2. Cook with grass-fed butter. Butter from happy cows on pastures
will give your body nourishing fat, making your thanksgiving food
taste good, and providing your body with important vitamins and
minerals.

3. Eat dessert moderately and with butter or cream. Don’t eat too
much dessert. And when you do eat it, try to have it with fat, such
as pie with homemade ice cream or pie with whipped cream. Watch out
for store-bought ice cream as the milk is usually not grass-fed and
is often homogenized to make the texture creamy.

4. Take some fermented cod liver oil. Green Pastures Fermented Cod
Liver Oil will help provide missing vitamins for your teeth and
bones that can prevent or reduce your rate of cavities during the
holidays. (Available at: http://clicks.aweber.com/y/ct/?l=AYCdB&m=3iYwm3.pzs2pPFS&b=dY9kFcrWgJSVEn07nUKbrg)

5. Eat plenty of vegetables. Vegetables help balance our body and
provide minerals for healthy teeth, bones and gums.

Happy Holidays,
Ramiel Nagel
Author of Cure Tooth Decay
http://www.curetoothdecay.com?awt_l=AYCdB&awt_m=3iYwm3.pzs2pPFS

There is no need to change your entire menu because of this article. Calcium and Vitamin D rich foods will help support bone growth and health and that includes teeth. A simple answer that will help reduce tooth decay is to drink a little water before and after your meal and during dessert. Better to be a little safe than a lot sorry.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving as you enjoy your evening meal! 😀

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