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So like many of the people on this forum i've explored raw milk/raw butter and things like bone broths for teeth health. I have naturally, incredibly weak and brittle teeth. I've tried eating raw butter and also taking fermented butter oil/cod liver oil supplements and making bone broths. I DO love bone broths regardless just because I'm big in to soup. But I'm so weary of all these sites promoting what seems to me overpriced supplements. I can't help but think maybe its all a huge affiliate network touting benefits that dont exist laughing all the way to the bank. Most the sites I see promoting the supplements are familiar with each other...so I'm kind of weary.


So I wanted to ask you ladies who use raw milk/raw butter:

Have you noticed any improvement in your natural tooth health and appearance? 



I just want to know if im wasting my time buying $11 milk pints and making my own butter all the time tb.gif

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I don't have am answer for you... But if you are in the usa their are some great grass fed new zealand butters commonly sold in grocery stores. I would just buy that instead of making butter. They don't sell it in Canada.
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kerrygold butter is grassfed too, right?  we have always done bone broths, and CLO, and raw milk.  however, I think that magnesium is a key to tooth health.  we use a liquid calcium, magnesium, d3 supplement and with that and clo i mended a small cavity- the dentist said it was no longer there. But i have good enamel, and have never had a cavity save that one.

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We have noticed a difference, but not just from raw milk.  We've been following Ramiel Nagel's diet from his "Cure Tooth Decay" book, which has lots of suggestions, the main one being to cut out ALL grain since it is an anti-nutrient.  Also, the raw, grass-fed milk, fermented CLO/BO from Green Pasture, bone broth, shellfish and other mineral supplements (snacking on seaweed, concentrace, etc), and adding organ meat to our meals, etc.  We've only been on this diet for 1 month now, but have already started to see improvement - exciting!

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Oh wow thanks guys for all the insight :) 


I have started taking mineral supplements and I do think that helps a bit. Also I suck on xylitol candies and lollipops throughout the day and I like to imagine that helps a bit as well.

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I enjoy this topic and have read a few blog posts in the past about restoring enamel and healing cavities through foods like CLO and raw milk.  I believe our regular consumption of that has given us strong teeth, despite the fact that we haven't been to a dentist in 4 years. My mom commented on my dad's teeth becoming more even in finish, and commented that my teeth have a deeper white to them and not somewhat translucent as they might have been in the past.


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I'm personally really eager to see how my children's teeth and palate fare as they get older and start losing teeth and having adult teeth come in. They're 2 and 4 now.

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