‘Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show’ Episode 390: Ramiel Nagel Notes You Can ‘Cure Tooth Decay’ With Nut
Posted Aug 17 2010 12:13pm
PLEASE VISIT OUR NEW SPONSOR, LOW-CARB PROTEIN QUEST BARS:
NOTICE OF DISCLOSURE: http://cmp.ly/3
In Episode 390 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we hear from Ramiel Nagel who was so fed up with conventional dentistry that he pursued nutritional methods that would heal him and his daughter’s cavities. He discovered the work of the great Dr. Weston A. Price and realized that dentists are making teeth health worse, not better. That’s why he wrote his book Cure Tooth Decay: Heal and Prevent Cavities with Nutrition to educate people on the alternative methods to drilling and filling. Listen to Ramiel tell us about his story as a layperson who did the digging in the research, the heavy influence of Weston Price and Melvin Page on his nutritional approach to fighting cavities, the inner workings of how tooth health has very little to do with bacteria as we’ve been told, why he chose to become a champion for the nutritional approach to treating tooth problems, the sudden “tooth disaster” that grains (especially whole grains) are, the detrimental tooth impact of the phosphorus in grains, why most of the adult population is dealing with significant cavities by the age of 40, what a good tooth healthy diet looks like, the incredible role fat soluble vitamins found in cod liver oil play in remineralizing teeth, how dentists respond to the information he is sharing, why many dentists are afraid to speak out against conventional dentistry, why your teeth are not designed to decay, the blood sugar connection to tooth health, whether a vegetarian/vegan can have strong tooth health with their high-grain diet, the raw egg smoothie he makes for healthy teeth, why grass-fed meats are preferred to grain-fed ones, whether you ever need to see a dentist again, how your teeth become naturally whiter and shinier when you are eating properly, and the most burning questions and criticism people have for him. Here’s a layperson who taught himself the truth about how to nutritionally help improve dental health and I’m grateful for the educational work he is doing.
There are three ways you can listen to Episode 390:
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR FINANCIALLY SUPPORTING THIS PODCAST! If these twice-weekly podcast interviews from the most provocative and thought-provoking diet, fitness, and health experts have helped you in any way over the past few months and years, then help us keep it going by clicking on the DONATE button on the official podcast web site . We love making these exclusive interviews available to you at no charge so that the positive low-carb message can get out there to the people who need to hear it the most. We are so grateful for your generous donations of any amount so we can keep this going all throughout 2010 and well beyond. I have a fantastic group of fresh new expert interview guests lined up for your listening enjoyment and can’t wait for you to hear them! Go to PayPal.com and you can give your gift to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org. Your continued financial support and listenership is essential and we THANK YOU so very much for your support!
How did you enjoy what you heard from Ramiel Nagel? Do you think you can “cure” tooth decay and pain just by changing your nutrition? Tell us your thoughts about this in the show notes section of Episode 390 . Pick up your own copy of Cure Tooth Decay: Heal and Prevent Cavities with Nutrition and visit the web site CureToothDecay.com for more information about this unconventional way to improve the health of your teeth. Coming up on Thursday, we’re gonna have a boatload of people with us to talk about The Ancestral Health Symposium coming up August 5-6, 2011 at UCLA (FYI: the fact that the event will be held at UCLA does not imply or represent endorsement by UCLA or the Regents of the UC regarding the content and programming of our event). I’m dubbing this the low-carb/Paleo “Woodstock” and it’s gonna feature anybody and everybody in the community thanks to the efforts of the event organizers like Seth Roberts, Brent Pottenger, Aaron Blaisdell, and many more! It will be exciting to hear them express their hopes and dreams for this event. Looking forward to sharing that with you later this week!