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All my life I have struggled with cavities, I've always been an avid tooth brusher.. twice daily as well as flossing, yet I've ALWAYS had problems with cavities. I know when I was a child it was attributed to a diet deficient in vitamins because we always ate a lot of processed foods and very little whole foods. I also believe genetics comes into play as well though, my dad has very bad teeth.. yet mom or sister has never had one single cavity. Anyways. so here I am as an adult, recently had to drop our dental insurance and unable to see a dentist. I've got a very visible hole/cavity in the side of one of my back molars, it's causing excruciating pain to the whole left side of my mouth and jaw.. there is even a nice painful sore right below it to add on. And sadly I'm sure this is problably only 1 of several current cavities in my mouth. My diet is pretty good. I'm sure to eat fresh fruits and veggies daily, I only drink water and milk. My question is, how can I cure these cavities naturally, is it even possible? Are there some supplements or vitamins or anything I should be taking to help? I totally just don't know where to start with this. Please help.

 

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nobody has any advice? : \


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green pastures cod liver oil and butter oil helps!


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Could you share what a typical days diet is like and perhaps we could see what could be missing. Don't be shy.

Have you checked out the sticky curing cavities with nutrition?
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Thanks everyone. I started reading a book and have come to the conclusion my diet is lacking in vit d and fats! I've recently started drinking raw milk eating raw cheese and lots of eggs butter and meat, also brushing with just baking soda. and it seems I've haulted the growth of the cavity! no more pain for me  : )


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