her teeth started to decay so rapidly that one of them just disintegrated and chipped apart in a matter of about two weeks time.
San Diego, CA (Vocus) January 29, 2009
Los Angeles, CA -- Do you find yourself brushing your teeth after every meal? Traditional dentistry recommends that we brush at least twice a day, but people with previous oral problems tend to do more than that. It turns out that brushing might not be your first line of defense against problems like tooth decay. Your diet might have a lot more to do with it. Alternative Medicine Author Ramiel Nagel will discuss myths of dental health as a guest speaker at Freedom Law School's 2009 Health & Freedom Conference (http://www.FreedomLawConference.org)
For example, in a book written by Weston A. Price (WestonAPrice.org), a highly-respected dentist and dental researcher, it states, "Dr. Price traveled to hundreds of cities in a total of 14 different countries in his search to find healthy people. He investigated some of the most remote areas in the world. He observed perfect dental arches, minimal tooth decay, high immunity to tuberculosis and overall excellent health in those groups of people who ate their indigenous foods. He found when these people were introduced to modernized foods, such as white flour, white sugar, refined vegetable oils and canned goods, signs of degeneration quickly became quite evident. Dental Caries, deformed jaw structures, crooked teeth, arthritis and a low immunity to tuberculosis became rampant amongst them."
Similarly, Ramiel Nagel (http://www.CureToothDecay.com), an Alternative Medicine Author, whose daughter at the age of one, suffered from severe cavities. He recalled feelings of frustration and stress as he watched "her teeth started to decay so rapidly that one of them just disintegrated and chipped apart in a matter of about two weeks time." At the time, Ramiel himself was also infected with up to four cavities. Ramiel, determined to help himself and his daughter, went on a search for a solution. Three years later, using a special nutritional program, he and his daughter no longer have tooth sensitivity, tooth pain, tooth infection or tooth chipping. Their teeth are firm and resilient, and they both feel better and stronger by the day.
Ramiel will be sharing his amazing story speaking at Freedom Law School's 2009 Health & Freedom Conference (http://www.FreedomLawConference.org) on the weekend of March 13 - 16 in Irvine, CA. In addition, this conference will cover other important health topics including:
- The cause and prevention of heart attacks
- The truth about soy
- Is raw milk good for you?
- Truth about genetically modified food dangers
- Healthy thyroids, healthy body
- Are animal fats good for you?
To find out more about this conference, please visit FreedomLawConference.org or call (760) 868-5834.