Hi Dr. Phillips
I saw you speak at Barnes and Noble in Greece and bought your books. My whole family has been reading them and have adopted your recipe. Were quite pleased.
I accidentally bought Listerine Tarter Control mouthwash. I didnt notice the mistake until I opened it and used it because I felt a film on my teeth. Can I still use it? Id hate to waste it.
Also, do you know if there is an correlation between Xylitol and reduced occurrences of cancer? I have been reading about yeast and how it can be involved in many cancers. Just wondering.
Thank you and have a great day,
I’m sorry it’s taken me a while for me to reply to you especially when you are such a supporter! On the subject of products it really is surprising how accurate you need to be to derive the full benefit of my system.
I think you should try to use Crest cavity protection toothpaste-without any additives, and a Listerine rinse that caries the ADA approval code.Tartar control products appears to make calculus formation worse I’m
assuming its the acidity of the product. With toothpastes, they are more abrasive formulated like this so as to
By using xylitol and the mouth rinses I recommend you will stop tartar forming by other means.The surface of your tooth will become smooth and shiny and bacterial will disappear a far better way to keep your teeth clean and healthy!
As far as yeast and cancer etc. there is a total connection between oral health and general health. When your mouth is healthy and your saliva is healthy when everything in your mouth is in balance, then you will find your intestinal health improves. Intestinal health has impact on one’s immunity. So for a healthy immunity to fight disease your mouth must be healthy!
Xylitol gets rid of unwanted and damaging bacteria, and helps to alkalize your mouth, plus it is an antifungal agent. Frequent small amounts of xylitol should be your goal strive of five times a day!
Please let me know if you have any other questions your mouth should feel wonderful very soon.
Ellie Phillips DDS
Dental Health for Everyone!
author, Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye