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Yesterday I talked about Oil Pulling and how this ancient Ayurvedic technique can not only help heal gum problems, but also whitens teeth! Well I received a comment from a viewer that since this person got on a raw food diet a few weeks ago, they have had sensitive teeth. I was quite alarmed when I read this comment and I know the issue of sensitive teeth does come up– but it shouldn’t– its a red light that something is going on, the food the person is eating may not be balanced and too acidic, they might have a mineral deficiency or they might not be taking proper care of their teeth and gums.
So today I go over what to do if you have sensitive teeth– specifically what to do to in your daily oral care and also diet. I also recommend using Tooth Soap instead of tooth paste, click here for more info on tooth soap.
I was walking on the street yesterday and snow flakes started floating down from the sky! It’s mid-October and I’m not a big fan of Montreal winters– but I definitely have quite a few tricks on how to stay warm and most of all, how to stay on a raw food diet during the colder seasons.
I received an email yesterday asking my why this person could never feel full after drinking a large smoothie (like 4 cups of smoothie!) compared to when this person ate cooked food and meats. This comes up a lot when people are transitioning to raw foods and no matter what they eat they don’t feel satisfied and don’t have that full feeling they get from cooked foods, or that they feel hungry again after an hour or two.
Today I give a few suggestion to help feel fuller, plus also ways to slowly transition to more raw foods and adjustments you can make to have a healthier diet.