Hello, I recently found out my 18 month old son has two cavities. Of course the dentist blamed nursing but I don't think it's true. I went through a similar traumatic experience with my daughter. I'm very petite so I now think it's all my fault for lacking vitamins. Especially since I ony had them 2 years apart and decided on tandem nursing. Anyways, after doing some research I've decided we will definitely be taking a different approach this time.
I think we will be using cod liver oil, xylitol, pascalite clay, raw milk, raw butter, more greens, less fruits, & etc..
I know the cell salts calc fluor and calc phos worked well for that. Not sure on the dose though and are there others I should use?
Also since I would like to continue nursing is there anything you ladies recommend I should take that will benefit him?
My 3 year old had her cavities filled a while back can I give anything else as well to prevent any more?
Any other suggestions are welcomed!
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