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  • The Tremendous Truth: Tuna is Healthy and Safe

    First, let’s talk about what’s undisputedly terrific about tuna.


  • Tax Dollars Pay for the War on Health Food as Feds Shut Down Amish Dairy Farm

    The FDA has been working for two years at the War on Health Food to shut down an Amish dairy farmer who was selling fresh raw milk to health-conscious individuals in the Washington, D.C. area. This month a judge banned Daniel Allgyer from selling his milk across state lines; customers were informed that the Amish farm would be shut down all together.  While your tax dollars could be paying for ops to shut down meth labs, illegal drug cartels, and the overprescribing of addictive and dangerous prescription narcotics, instead your taxes are going towards shutting down family farms for selling real food to people who consciously choose to purchase and consume it. Raw milk is an important tool in the fight against tooth decay because it provides your body with the precise minerals needed for bone growth and maintenance, calcium and phosphorus.


  • Are Your Teeth Trying to Tell You Something?

    "Some of the earliest signs of diabetes, cancer, pregnancy, immune disorders, hormone imbalances and drug issues show up in the gums, teeth and tongue—sometimes long before a patient knows anything is wrong." (Beck) 


  • Bob’s Chipped Tooth: Poor Nutrition Leads to Poor Dental Health

    Meet Bob

    Bob is a 37-year-old man with some health complications. He has Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and is overweight. His daily food consumption generally consists of boxed and packaged foods and artificial sweeteners. These types of foods are often considered normal in today’s "civilized" countries; however, they may play a key role in the dental problems that plague many people like Bob. In order to understand this, we should break down at least one of Bob’s meals, and explore the problems with the foods he is and is not consuming. We can use Bob’s breakfast choices to do this.


  • Increased Sugar Intake Correlates With Increased Caries Risk

    A study published in Public Health Nutrition investigated the relationship between a person's diet and the prevalence of dental caries. The researchers noted that nutrition is important during the development of the teeth, and the types of foods that are consumed can attribute to higher rates of tooth decay and caries. The researchers found that when sugar consumption is high, there is a greater prevalence of dental caries.


  • Grass-fed Animal Proteins and Fats Are Critical for Health and Development

    A study published in The Journal of Nutrition has shown how critical it is that humans consume a diet that contains animal proteins and fats. By comparing the diet of humans to the diet of apes (the closest living relative to humans), the researchers were able to determine that  humans were able to evolve because we consume a diet that includes meats, while apes consume a diet that mostly comes from plant-based sources.


  • New Study Confirms Weston Price’s Original Findings

    A new study, published in the International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry, has shown a significant increase in the number of dental caries in native cultures that are introduced to fruit juices and sugary foods. The study was based on children in an area of Libya that is being introduced to a more westernized diet. The study took into account the dental health of 791 children that were 12 years of age. The children were screened for presence of dental caries (cavities). Results from the study showed that almost 60 percent of the children examined had dental caries. Conclusions from the study state that;


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