Renegade Health Radio: 47 The Truth About Dental Health

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In this episode:

  • How to make your own mouthwash that works better than the leading brand and is 100% non toxic
  • The reason why health-foodists have more dental problems
  • Foods to eat and avoid for perfect teeth
  • Note: You can get our program “How to Heal and Prevent Dental Disastershere.

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Kevin Gianni

Kevin Gianni is a health author, activist and blogger. He started seriously researching personal and preventative natural health therapies in 2002 when he was struck with the reality that cancer ran deep in his family and if he didn’t change the way he was living — he might go down that same path. Since then, he’s written and edited 6 books on the subject of natural health, diet and fitness. During this time, he’s constantly been humbled by what experts claim they know and what actually is true. This has led him to experiment with many diets and protocols — including vegan, raw food, fasting, medical treatments and more — to find out what is myth and what really works in the real world.

Kevin has also traveled around the world searching for the best protocols, foods, medicines and clinics around and bringing them to the readers of his blog — which is one of the most widely read natural health blogs in the world with hundreds of thousands of visitors a month from over 150 countries around the world.


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  1. gary Harrell says:

    I have always been told you can not rebuild your enamel back however in your interview its stated you can.So why would a dentist you cant

  2. Nadia Harper says:

    Thanks Guys for the discussion.

    Frederic invited anyone listening to post their own tips.

    Here is an article that I have written on my website all about healthy teeth tips that I hope you and your readers will enjoy.

    Wishing all of us great health,

  3. Larkspur says:

    Could we please have this in print format – as I find the American accent difficult to understand.
    Thanks – from across the Pond.

  4. It would be SO helpful if you could simply print the recipe for the mouthwash. Is it located in print form anywhere?

  5. DJ says:

    Great webcast! I did not know about the green tea, but I will try it for a mouthwash now.
    One thing I have done which has restored the enamel on a tooth – which I was previously told by the dentist needed a crown – now it does not: I dry empty eggshells, grind them into a powder & use 3/4 T. in a smoothie or oatmeal, etc. daily. It has so many minerals. For raw egg shells, I boil; them for 5 minutes, then allow them to dry. For hard boiled egg shells, I just let them dry out – I use a coffee grinder for this & have had great results.
    Thanks for all your great information. You are a blessing.

  6. Yuna says:

    I think your teeth become sensitive on a raw fruitarian diet because you need to eat more raw fruit protein. Teeth are made of protein. Plant eaters need to eat plant protein. I think any plant protein is better than animal protein, but I think the best plant protein is raw fruit protein. Greens, for instance, have a lot of protein, which heals teeth sensitivity. But, I think raw fruit protein is even better than greens protein. When I don’t eat enough plant protein in general, my teeth get sensitive. Learn about raw fruit protein at 😀

    Thank you for your research, Patenaude and Gianni. I learned a lot.

  7. Rainier says:

    In ancient China, people use tea to rinse their mouth after meals. That’s what I do now after drinking my morning green smoothies. I drink green tea every morning so I usually swish it around in my mouth after I finish drinking green smoothies.

  8. what you suggest about sensitive tooth

  9. IH says:

    “Who is doing oil pulling??” was the question in this podcast that I found very informative.

    Well…It’s me and I do it twice a day!!!! No, I can’t always do it for 15-20 minutes but I can tell you that IT WORKS WONDERS!!!! No excuse for women: If you have a beauty routine, a hair routine you can also have a mouth routine and oil pulling fits into this and does a great job. I can testify and my dentist applauds me for doing so. I don’t have any gum problems anymore. BTW I use coconut oil and Glad though that you mentioned the erosion problem because I recently went to the dentist for this but thanks for presenting a solution. I guess I should stop drinking my morning lemon water with turmeric? Your suggestion of waiting for an hour before brushing your teeth after acidic foods? Now THAT is something that I find quite inconvenient.

    Kevin, you mentioned cleaning with oil… I clean my face with coconut oil and it works great as well. Check Nadine Artemis of Living Libations.

  10. BarbaraL says:

    can you say how to make the green tea mouthwash which is what you called the first thing in this episode? I jumped around but it seems you only alluded to it but no specifics, unless I missed it … was not interested in the rest because all I have in my mouth, sorry to say, are implants due to lifelong dental problems … i still have to get dental cleanings and treat as regular teeth … so how do you make the mouthwash, and where to buy the green tea extract that is legit

  11. Lemonpledge says:

    As a mouthwash? I want to ..but.. won’t it make my teeth dingy??

    Hmmm how could I use topical fluoride without using a tooth “paste”??

    I like tooth soap ( because there’s no glycerine. I feel glycerine harms teeth by coating them, thereby blocking minerals from food to heal enamel.

    that others will weigh in on my questions 🙂

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