7 responses

  1. YAMUNA
    August 30, 2011

    Sir

    I have critical teeth pain when i have sweet or hot. doctor said that my enermel has completely lost. at this stage how i to protect my teeth. weather can i rebuilt enermel or any other means.

    kind suggession please

    • Rowie
      May 26, 2014

      Fishoil, magnesium, sunlight, real butter, coconut oil.

      I am sorry but vegetarians have many dental problems due to lack of proper fat soluble vitamins.

  2. Brad
    October 14, 2012

    Kale. No sugars. Veg diet. One month, new enamel. Guaranteed.

  3. Brad
    October 28, 2012

    I’d like to add. Use baking soda to brush teeth. No regular toothpaste, they have glycerin. And do some oil pulling. Teeth enamel returns to a nice strong white. It’s great.

    • Strange As Angels
      September 18, 2013

      That’s completely and totally false, Brad. Sorry. I use toothsoap, do oil pulling, stay away from sugars, eat tons of kale and other veggies, take fermented cod liver oil, vitamin K-2 and have been doing so for over a year and my enamel hasn’t restored. I’ve been a vegetarian for over 20 years and I only started taking fermented cod liver oil because it supposedly restores tooth enamel.

      I should add that the enamel on my teeth started eroding as a direct result of a 30 day juice fast and subsequent vegan/almost raw diet. I noticed my two front teeth had a strange discoloration in the front and looked almost grey in color. I did research and learned that this is common among juice fasts because there’s so much acid in the juices. Also, vegan diets are terrible for your teeth and bones because your body is deprived of bone vitamins like Calcium and B12. I am back on vegetarian diet (aside from FCLO).

      So your claim, Brad, is a load of dung.

      • summer
        August 16, 2014

        Cod liver oil restored a third of enamel on one tooth after about 3 weeks…. no dung here.

      • Holly
        December 30, 2014

        Just wondering what you mean by restored a third of your enamel….how did you test this ….

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