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Jenny
Friday, June 27, 2008, 10:47pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I want to report the possibility that GTD is turning around a bad mouth situation here.... story is that about a year ago my dentist found that I had severe gum disease, and referred me to a periodontist. With a 6 month waiting list it took that long to get some attention, and I was then given some major anti-bacterial treatment with the advice that it may well not work, and that I certainly could not reverse the bone loss in the jaw with calcium supplements.
However, about the same time I started the GTD, and also self prescribed calcium. Now, at my 6 month check up I have pleased the periodontist who sees a surprising improvement, and even some bone development where it had been lost.
The loose tooth that had set the investigation off is now sitting in its socket quite firmly. I have told him that I need my teeth for another 33 years  



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wow, I need this help....maybe I''l try the calcium.
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excellent!


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WOW, Jenny...I'm impressed!    I'm not suffering from gum disease but my type A sister is.  She
might be a Warrior too...Longer ring finger and long lower legs..shorter upper legs....similar
facial structure as mine....I can't wait to share your success with her because she was told she
needs invasive and expensive gum surgery.......Would you mind telling me what type of calcium you're taking.


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''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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I've noticed improvement in my teeth also, even though I have some pretty sugary diamonds .
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thatswhy I use minerals in an EAP form  likewise a wunderful
combination of Dikalium 2aminoethylphosphat,magnesium 2aminoethylphosphat and calcium 2aminoethylphosphat all covered
to not being soluble in the stomach; this product is called phosetamin.....the other one is Inzelloval made from DL-Hydrogenaspartat, a combination of FE,K,Mg,Ma Zn,an Cu....
here I am sure that it works and both products are cheap  
but mostly prescribed by ND's and healthpractioners'


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Two capsules per day doesn't seem like it gives enough calcium or magnesium...but
perhaps it does because it's more absorbable?  Is that why the cal/mag. mg. aren't as high
as the others on the market?

Also wanted to add that the supplement COQO10 is the #1 supplement sold in Japan to
help with gum problems.  I take 200 mg.of COQ10 per day and the dentist says my gums
are great!




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Quoted from Chloe
Also wanted to add that the supplement COQO10 is the #1 supplement sold in Japan tohelp with gum problems.  I take 200 mg.of COQ10 per day and the dentist says my gums are great!


wow!!! thanks for posting that! I take COQ10 but I might up it a bit. There is the link between gum disease and heart issues, so looks like COQ10 would cover both!!  



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Hi Jenny,
I remember that Dr D. wrote that folic acid 400mg in a glass of water is a wonderful healer for gums. If you can have a myrrh tincture  (more palatable with mint, thyme, eucalipus, anise and fennel) it's too a good antibiotic for gums, to use  at least morning and evening.
Hope it helps !
Maria Giovanna


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I took all kinds of those stuffs, also in orthomolecular amounts... nothing has helped....
why.....   the only thing I didn't tried is magnolia bark against bacterial overgrowth..... have tried to get it here...just impossible...as usual for Switzerland.....
then I took collodial silver...nearly no  effects......and what else  


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