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From the research I have done, it seems like mineralizing the teeth through diet is the key to preventing and reversing cavities. 

Have any of you successfully healed any of your cavities?  Do any of you have any secrets to share?!

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I wouldn't imagine you could heal a cavity. It is a whole in the tooth where it decayed. I don't think you can grow back your tooth.

I know the body can slowly regrow enamel.

I actually got cavities for the first time after becoming vegan. I doubt it's correlated but they haven't healed or anything like that.

It definetly can be done. I have personally seen small amounts of reminerlization of my teeth. But have definetly not seen close to complete healing. I think the key is getting the right amount of calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and all the other trace minerals into your body! there were periods in the last few years when I was not eating enough, and this is when I saw the most tooth decay, and I'm almost sure that I wasn't getting enough calcium!

Now that I increased the amount of food I eat, and emphasize greens like spinach, kale, collard, chard, celery, parsley, spirulina, blue green algae and , chlorella, I have seen a huge improvement in how my teeth feel. No pain at all. I've also increased my fruit intake because I just feel so much better eating this way at this point. And I don't think it's the fruit that causes teeth problems, I think it's mostly the foods with anti nutrients - nuts, seeds, grains, and acidic foods. These foods contain phytic acid which prevents mineral absorption.

I think alkilinity is also a key because if your blood is acidic, your body will use the minerals from your teeth and bones to neutrlize the acidity. And as some of you may know, using fat as a calorie source creates ketone bodies that are highly acidic and create a condition known as acidosis. I find it funny that poeple say carbs are the cause of tooth decay when fat is really the reason the body becomes acidic which is a major cause of tooth decay. On the other hand if your not getting enough minerals an a fruit diet for what ever reason, you are very likely to run into tooth decay in that case for sure!

I really think the key is getting the right amount of minerals, and balancing the ph of the body. And even if you don't regrow your cavities, it would still be nice to build a little bit of enamel, and at least stop further decay from occurring!

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