Key Points of the Diet for Helping to Grow Tooth Enamel
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Hi Becca, Thankyou for your comment.
The key things to avoid are sugar, dairy foods and wheat. Avoiding gluten is important. Use brown rice instead of wheat products. No bread or pasta.
The other key factor is to eat lots of RAW CELERY and CARROTS. End each meal with these.
Chewing a stick of celery after each meal keeps the mouth alkaline. Eating raw celery – or carrot – cleans your teeth naturally. Celery juice and celery fiber do wonders for the teeth.
Celery has natural antibiotic-like properties, and it helps to kill damaging bacteria in the mouth which cause decay. Eating raw celery and carrots also provides plenty of fiber for your digestion. Your intestines will be cleansed by eating these raw foods, which means that they will process your foods more efficiently.
Eat as much of your food raw as you can. All protein foods are OK – flesh foods and vege. Raw and cooked vegetables are good. Always eat something raw with every meal.
It takes a while to notice the effects of such a programme, especially to regrow tooth enamel. But you should see some positive results after about 3 months if you follow the diet faithfully.
PS Remember that there ARE people about who have proved that you can regrow teeth. Jacqui Davison is one such person who has written about her experience with cancer, and the diet which cured her. After a year of following a specific diet and following detoxification procedures, Jacqui had grown new teeth as well as a full head of dark hair. Her hair had gone grey before she got the cancer, but it grew back to its natural colour after she adopted the Gerson approach to cancer therapy which included lots of raw vegetable juices and raw foods.
My son grew back tooth enamel after 9 months of following a gluten free, wheat-free, dairy free, and sugar free diet. We ate plenty of protein during this period, as well as heaps of salads.