How Good Oral Hygiene Can Prevent Cancer

Posted on Dec 26, 2012 | 18 comments

How Good Oral Hygiene Can Prevent Cancer

Tibetan Herbal Formula Can Prevent Root Canals

When we don’t control harmful bacteria in the mouth, these health-robbing microbes can migrate and wreak havoc throughout the body. Gingivitis (gum disease) and its more advanced form, periodontitis, are already implicated in life threatening illness such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Now, research expands on these connections by showing a direct link between poor oral health and cancer. Specifically, pathogenic bacteria from the mouth suppress immunity, spread infection, fuel chronic inflammation and may even trigger harmful cell mutations.

In addition to good oral hygiene and regular dental exams, there are some powerful ways to address oral health and reduce your risk of cancer and chronic illness. Specifically, a select group of natural therapies are shown in multiple peer reviewed studies to actively fight bacterial infections and cancer, while offering a number of additional health benefits.

In this upcoming live webinar “Brush Up: How Good Oral Hygiene Can Prevent Cancer”, Dr. Isaac Eliaz, integrative health expert, discusses the latest published studies linking poor oral health to an increase in cancer risk and development. He will also cover the strategic application of several natural supplements proven to:

  • help protect against gingivitis/periodontitis
  • reduce inflammation
  • boost immunity
  • enhance overall health and vitality

This not to be missed talk will also provide solutions for gentle, total-body detoxification of mercury and toxic metals from amalgam fillings. New diagnostic tests, in addition to specific protocols and ingredient dosages will be provided.

It is estimated that millions more people in America visit a dentist rather than a primary care doctor. We all know why: tooth pain simply can’t be ignored. But what most people don’t realize, is that these dental visits can do more than fix a painful situation; they may also help prevent a life-threatening illness such as cancer. In the upcoming webinar, Dr. Eliaz will share the how and why of this critical connection, and the best ways to address these issues for long term health and wellness.

Click here to register for this free webinar now!

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18 Comments

  1. I have gone through screen after screen without identifying what product is being discussed. Can you not simply state the product, price, ordering information. I am guessing Padma basic but am not sure.

    Please stop being so subtle and clearly state up front what the product is. Thanks.

  2. Are there any issues with root canal therapy in regard to harbouring bacteria or microbes etc. my dentist has suggested a root canal is needed, however as I have no pain or discomfit I am hesitant tp proceed
    Sandra Haes

    • Have your dentist show you the x-ray photo and explain the problem. Be it pulp exposure due to decay, fractured tooth, or physical trauma, whatever. Any of these will most likely require root canal therapy in order to maintain the tooth in the mouth. If there is an abscess, then that could later cause damage to adjacent teeth. Don’t be afraid to ask questions.

  3. Root Canals. I have been told by my dentist that I need a root canal. I have read a great deal on this and understand that this
    procedure is not advisable. I read that ozone therapy can possibly
    clean out the infected tooth. Your opinion would be much appreciated.

  4. Use salt.. very simple as it kills bacteria on contact. I had a bit of sensitivity 4 years ago in one tooth. I went to the dentist and he proclaimed that I needed a root canal at $2000 a pop. I said that I would think about it and went home and googled ‘the hazards of root canals’ where I was educated to the fact that it is impossible for a dentist to ensure that there is no bacteria in the affected area.
    I read on a natural dentist website that a combo of baking soda and salt will kill all bacteria in the mouth and I have found this to be true as I am a medical lab technologist and know that to be a fact. I rinse with a salt solution after eating and before bed and upon rising, then brush with baking soda. i haven’t had a problem since. Remember its what YOU do to YOURSELF every day that will determine how you feel. Once I took the responsibility of ridding my teeth of bacteria as often as possible through the course of the day, I realized that I didn’t need to return to that dentist that only cares about increasing his networth at my expense. i haven;t seen him since. Take responsibility for your own health.

    • Liked what you said – personal responsibility is on e of the highest values, too many people abstain from making real commitments, which is largely why our country and government is in a big mess. Visit POGO, PAN, & OCA if you feel like making a difference.

  5. Why is it so difficult to find your products. One has to search thru many screens.

    You have great information but whoever designed your web site has done a disservice to you and those who would like to patronize your products.

    • Thank you for your feedback!

      • I would like to buy that great tea buy HOW

  6. I think that Eva’s suggestion about salt is a good one.
    I have known for a long time about how good dental care can help prevent heart disease but this is the 1st time I’ve seen it linked to cancer prevention.
    About ignoring the dentist’s recommendation, I say, just evaluate professional advice carefully – don’t blindly accept it but don’t just rule it out of hand either. I’ve done both at different times and had that attitude not turn out well for me. Considered decisions, I find, are usually best.

  7. I scheduled oral hygeine webair but -patients-time and was late.
    In archives or somewhere else?
    Thanks,
    Pat

    • We will follow-up with you!

  8. I missed the webinar, what is the Tibetan herbal formula
    for oral health care?

  9. When will you have another webinar or can I look up the last one?

  10. hi,am new on here…. have recently had a spate of ‘cardiac issues’…otherwise extremely healthy. I’ve also had dental issues that were not looked at proper by dentist, have constant blood ‘flooding’ from the teeth that had root removed over a few decades and a ‘dark’ area showing to have grown between teeth that requires biopsy… due to very high elevated BP’s over 200/100 because of a neck vein/neck issue am unable to proceed with treatment/s….. so much has altered in my view of my own health due to dental issues.

  11. Please tell me the formula for the dental problems. Someone asked before, but I didn’t see anyone answer them.

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