Gum Disease

Healthy gums are pink and do not bleed. 

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What is gum disease?  

It’s called Gingivitis   

Gingivitis is characterized by gum redness, changes in the gum, and bleeding. It is essentially painless. 

It is created when plague (sticky deposits of bacteria, mucus and food particles) adheres to the teeth, hardens and irritates the gum.

The accumulation of this plague causes the gums to become infected and swollen. As the gums swell, pockets form between the gums and the teeth and act as a trap for more plague.  Irritated gums bleed and eventually start to recede. 

This irritation can be fought by introducing Vitamin C which fights the formation of plaque.  

What to do about gum disease problems:

Gum problems need to be addressed before they get worse and become periodontal disease – something that can create loose teeth and a lot of health problems due to the bacteria that comes along with too much plague. 

The key dietary recommendation on gum problems is to avoid sugar.  Sugar is known to significantly increase plaque accumulation by depleting Vitamin C.  Sugar destroys vitamin C.

Phase out soft drinks.  Canned soda contains excess phosphorus, a mineral that could lead to the leeching of calcium from your bones.   Calcium is first robbed not from your hips or spine but from you jaw leading to tooth loss.

Deficiencies of vitamin C, bioflavonoids, calcium, folic acid, or niacin is related and can make it worse 

Anything that improves health overall and the body’s ability to build health will affect the mouth positively. 

Helpful Nutrition:

Fresh fruits, and vegetables, whole grains, and fiber should be the mainstay of the menu.   Vegetables & fruits enhance enzyme function. Fermented dairy products, such as yogurt help maintain intestinal health.   Calcium is gotten from food.  Calcium is easier for the body to digest via vegetables. 

Vitamin C is one nutrient that has a very positive effect on the mouth. Vitamin C is vital for production of collagen, the basic protein building block for the fibrous framework of all the tissues, including gums. 

Vitamin C strengthens weak gum tissue and makes the gum lining more resistant to penetration by bacteria. 

A good form of Vitamin C that is easy for the body to use as it is whole food nutrition. This WSN® Vitamin C should be taken per directions or twice the recommended for gum problems.  For more info   (This really is a different type of C)

Calcium is needed to restore any deficiencies which can result in periodontal disease.  Periodontal disease and gum disorders are forms of osteoporosis of the mouth.  

It is essential to stop using or consuming items that cause calcium to become deficient and or toxic.  This includes products such as ice cream, fruit yogurt, tea, coffee, cigarettes and aluminum.

But calcium to be used needs other nutrients.  Read about the Bone Support Formula.

Recommended Natural Program:      

Treatment for Gum problems:

Natural Toothpaste gum-di2

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-J.S.

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Clinical References:

(1) Takarada K, Kimizuka R, Takahashi N, Honma K, Okuda K, Kato T. A comparison of the antibacterial efficacies of essential oils against oral pathogens. Department of Microbiology, Tokyo Dental College, 1-2-2 Masago, Mihama-ku, Chiba 261-8502, Japan. Oral Microbiol Oral Microbiol Immunol. 2004 Feb;19(1):61-4    Read this clinical reference

(2) Shapiro S, Meier A, Guggenheim B. The antimicrobial activity of essential oils and essential oil components towards oral bacteria. University of Zurich, Switzerland. Oral Microbiol Immunol. 1994 Aug;9(4):202-8.  Read this clinical reference


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