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Why A Dentist Use Coconut Oil To Fight Cavites, And How You Can Do It At Home – Healthy Food And Sport Tips

Oral health is very important part of our hygienic routine .We avoid bad breath ,yellowed teeth and most important of all we keep our mouth as clean as possible and by that we prevent the development of cavities, sores or tartar.
Toothpaste and mouthwash aren’t always the best for this job because they can be too strong and end up being painful. We found out that there are more effective, and more natural, alternatives to use.

Athlone Institute of Technology in 2012 published a study that suggests enzyme-modified coconut oil is capable of suppressing several harmful bacteria. This study says that coconut oil that had been altered by enzymes — thus, partly digested —is effective against Streptococcus, Candida albicans, and Strep mutants.

“Incorporating enzyme-modified coconut oil into dental hygiene products would be an attractive alternative to chemical additives, particularly as it works at relatively low concentrations,” says Dr. Damien Brady, the leader the AIT researchers.

This amazing study is not yet on its conclusive level so people have taken to using normal coconut oil as a mouthwash of sorts instead. Unaltered oil may isn’t effective as the enzyme-modified variety,but can do its job effectively, while posing no health risks whatsoever.

This “oil pulling,” consists of swishing a tablespoon of oil in your mouth for 10 to 20 minutes, in order to “pull” as many bacteria as possible from within your mouth and into the oil.

Dentistry IQ says that this process is taken from a millennia-old ayurvedic medicine and it says that the “skin” of mouth-residing bacteria cells is made of fat, and as such, these are drawn to the fat within the oil. Coconut oil also contains lauric acid, and this acid shuts down harmful bacteria.

The process of use requires a bit of trial and error. It is important to adjust the amount of oil in your mouth so you will keep it in your mouth for over 10 minutes. Dentistry IQ recommends when you are done to spit the oil in the trash(not sink) so you will avoid problems in plumbing. The same rule goes for thoroughly rinse your mouth out with water after doing the oil pulling and before swallowing anything.Be careful because you could accidentally send your mouth-dwelling bacteria further into your system.

This oil should be used side-by-side with regular toothbrushing, not replace it, so keep up your old habits and implement the only new home remedy.

Via: http://remedydaily.com/

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