Regenerating/treating teeth via diet

Regenerating/treating teeth via diet: fixing cavities without a dentist or getting rid of caries without fillings
The above-described procedure to stop tooth pain is only the first step I take since my aim isn’t just lessening or temporarily numbing the pain before getting dental emergency treatment or “proper” dental work done. The next and most important step in fact is effecting a long-term toothache cure by working to help my teeth remineralize, i.e. to form a new hardened enamel, and thus restore  them to functionality (I generally avoid dentists – see further down for one exception – since I don’t wish to carry fillings, crowns, inlays or partials full of foreign materials, hazardous metals and/or toxic chemicals in my mouth with their possible or proven health hazards such as amalgam mercury and other harmful metals leaching into the body, radioactive contamination etc. 2 I’ve also read that the simple act of drilling into a tooth constitutes trauma to the tooth thus affected, comparable to an operation performed on another part of the physical body).

I feel that the above-mentioned remineralization or “glazing over” of teeth is most reliably achieved by a dietary change or adaptation (setting aside for the moment any psychological, emotional, mental or spiritual healing approaches for which there is certainly a place and time as well, even in the field of dental regeneration): according to the observations and in-depth studies effected by eminent dental health researcher and dentist Dr. Weston A. Price DDS as well as other dentists such as Dr. George W. Heard, for teeth to be healthy and/or maintain or regain a measure of functionality, they need to receive nutrition rich in minerals, trace elements, vitamins and various phytonutrients combined with the avoidance of all refined foodstuffs, especially sugar and white flour. The health-giving elements are particularly found in raw edibles, i.e. fresh and unprocessed food.  For this reason I mostly eat (and would advise to eat) a nutritious mineral-rich raw-focussed vegetarian diet based on organically grown food, and often include seaweed (apparently the richest bioavailable source of all known minerals and trace elements, at least in its raw state), while cutting out all refined edibles such as sugar & white flour, and also being careful with acidic foods (oranges, grapefruit, vinegar, tomatoes etc.) and highly concentrated natural sugars or sweeteners like honey, dried fruit and so on. 3

Additionally dentist Dr. Heard observes in his book “Man Versus Toothache” [which you can download from the extensive online library] that RAW milk from cows that have grazed on grass rich in minerals and trace elements, constitutes an excellent source of all elements needed for maintaining and restoring dental integrity, while pasteurized milk has lost all tooth-building and -protective (as well as possibly all other health-giving) values. So if you do use dairy, the effort to find raw organic milk may be very worthwhile, particularly in summer where organic cows are all likely to graze outside. Dr. Heard’s “Man Versus Toothache” does make it pretty clear that there seem to be worlds of difference in health value between raw and pasteurised organic milk, as well as milk from cows grazing on mineral-rich pastures and those grazing on less fertile grounds (or fed on lesser quality food). In fact, eminent Natural Hygiene proponent Dr. Herbert M. Shelton devotes much detailed space in his book Orthotrophy (also available from to the great difference in health-protective values existing between raw and pasteurized milk. (More information on the various benefits of raw milk at, on the raw milk versus pasteurized milk debate & comparison at and abstracts on the effect of pasteurization on the nutritional value of milk at And an additional great tip for readers worldwide: features raw milk sources in Canada, Chile, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, Denmark, Eastern Europe, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, and offers a comprehensive listing of raw milk farms in every state in the US.) 4

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