Guidelines Showing you How to Reverse Tooth Decay with Diet

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4 Comments

  1. Dear Dave,
    Thank you for this wonderful information about reversing tooth decay naturally. When my dentist told me to stop eating fruits because of acid erosion, I was upset, as I consider fruits important part of good nutrition. I learnt a lot from your website. Do keep up the good work.

    • Hi Lanu,

      You’re welcome, I just want to help others with what I would of loved to of learnt before I needed my fillings.

      Fruit is good for you, but in moderation. I am in the process of writing a post on my site about fruit, when I get it finished, I will add a link in here for you to read.

  2. Thanks for the many information on how to reverse tooth decay, Dave. Your website is a pot of gold on the subject. I must say, I feel lucky as I haven’t got natural predisposition to decay, but then I went through the list of food types that you are supposed to avoid in order to keep away from decay, and I must say that doesn’t leave much to choose from of what is not bad for your teeth, does it. So, while I understand that the usual fizzy drinks, or sweets, or even ready meals, are not good for your tweets, and for so many other things, how do you explain that fruit is also not good? The sugars contained are not refined but natural, and also fruit is meant to be part of your 5 a day. Thank you. Giulia 🤗

    • Hi Giulia,

      Yes, so many of the products available today are no good for our teeth.

      Fruit is not bad for your teeth and I agree with you, the sugars in fruit are not refined, but natural. Fruit is part of a healthy diet and is good in moderation. It only becomes a problem when you already have tooth decay. If you do have decay, reducing your fruit intake is a wise thing to do, but if your decay is quite severe, totally avoiding fruit is even wiser.

      The 5 a day national campaigns, are aimed at getting consumers to eat more fruit and more vegetables. This is assuming the person in question is perfectly healthy and naturally, healthy people should eat fruit. It does not take into account if the consumer already has tooth decay. Even natural sugars can be bad for your teeth in certain situations, such as when the consumer already has severe tooth decay. I am in the process of writing a post on my site on this topic. When I get it finished, I will add a link in here so you can read it.

      Dave

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