Some years ago, i lost quite a bit of enamel on some of my teeth because of sucking lemons and too much accidic fruit. Now, is i eat acid fruit/ sub-acid fruits like apples, my teeth become sensitive very fast again. I'm just eatin meals, no snacking and after i at least rinse with water or eat some greens, that helps a lot but dont keep it completely away.
Anyone experienced rebuild of enamel? Its said its not possible but who knows...
Very nice man, i'll give it a try again soon :)
Make sure you are drinking a few litres of water a day. That is the biggest mistake fruitarians do is they think they don't need to drink water and then they rely on juicy fruits/coconut water and rapid teeth issues quickly follow.
From my experience if you eat mainly juice fruits and drink coco water its true, you don't need to drink extra water than.
Also Coco water, full with minerals i always felt its very good for my teeth.
What should the drinking water improve? That the mouth doesnt get dry?
this is true i can attest. in fact if you only consume plenty of juicy fruits and coconut water your urine will come out clear so youll def not be dehydrated.
if your eating significant dried fruit whole then yes i would for sure drink a few litres of water a day especially, as far as teeth-health is concerned, to dislodge and dissolve any dried fruit that could stick to your teeth
My dentist has told me enamel will not grow back, but I've also been told a protective layer of bacteria can coat the exposed dentin on your teeth and that will relieve some of the sensitivity.
Nowadays I juice my citrus and drink it with a straw so it doesn't touch my teeth. And if I eat dates I only eat them in season when they are juicy and wet, not dry and chewy.
Try Vitamin K2 (Jarrow MK-7) and Vitamin D3 (Nature's Answer), you will be surprised ☺.
It is my understanding that vitamin K1 is converted into vitamin K3 which is then converted into K2. Plant foods are typically high in vitamin K1 so I should be getting adequate K2.
I do take a vitamin D2 supplement since they are cheaper than D3. D2 and D3 seem to contribute equally to circulating vitamin D levels in the body.
People have suggested many things for me to try in the past and after trying them I haven't noticed a significant difference. You can see why I'm skeptical.
I understood that with the K2 its like with B12, if your digestion system is fucked up through Antibiotics you can lack certain Bacterias which are doing this job.