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Has anyone had tooth pain?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created April 26, 2011 at 9:10 PM

I had some tooth pain twice today, it was quite odd. I usually brush with baking soda, but this time it caused some kinda acidic like pain, kinda reminiscent of the dentist drill, so it was a bit unpleasant.

Ive been eating a lot of meat these few days, and egg yolks, and fats and oils. Nearly zero sugar apart from some kiwis and pineapples. I usually eat kiwis and pineapples and rinse my teeth after, so i dont think its that.

Is the meat leeching calcium to digest it? Ive actually read something like that somewhere, but it might be someone vegetarians put out. But i do kind of want to keep my teeth in check, so besides bone broth, how should i be getting my calcium?

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on April 27, 2011
at 08:44 AM

CLO Cod Liver Oil, or fermented Cod Liver Oil see Ramiel Nagel *cure tooth decay" or google a bit.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on April 27, 2011
at 08:42 AM

I often see. people saying see the dentist. See the dentist. And what if the dentist destroy your teeth? this isnt a natural approach! There are natural approach, some folks on paleohack seem not to like this natural and holistic approach. Anyway there are lots of plants which helps. I suggest ramiel nagels "curetoothdecay" honestly there are also other experts on this topic.

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on April 27, 2011
at 08:40 AM

if you are sugar sensitive. The even kiwi and pineapple can effect tooth pain. Bloodsugar cause tooth issues. If the pineapple isnt organic its very very high in sugar. Its how they farm it.

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on April 27, 2011
at 08:38 AM

common oak bark, horsetail,clove, teatree oil, aleo vera, and a lot things. often the tooth pain shows that ure digestive system is overloaded. sadly some WAPF or Paleo get tooth issues. calendula, confrey, arnika,

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on April 26, 2011
at 10:01 PM

First of all the acid/base theory of calcium leeching is still very much under debate amongst the Paleo community (Stephan Guyenet against, Cordain for e.t.c.).

Whilst I agree that it's unlikely that brief exposure to kiwis/pineapple is solely responsible for your problems, these fruits are both high sugar and high acid. You might try switching your fruit intake around a bit with some more tooth-friendly options like blackberries.

I know that a lot of people here avoid conventional toothpastes (and with good reason), however brushing twice a day with baking soda is pretty abrasive and you could be wearing away your enamel. I suggest that you try mixing the baking soda in a little coconut oil to help soften the abrasive effect, or perhaps try to find a Paleo-friendly (e.g. glycerin and fluoride free) toothpaste.

Ensure that you are getting a good amount of the minerals and nutrients essential for tooth and bone health like D3, K2 and magnesium. These are not only essential for proper utilisation and uptake of calcium, but have even been shown to re-mineralise tooth enamel. Remember that following a nutrient dense Paleo diet low in phytates and other grain mineral-uptake inhibitors will decrease your need for calcium.

Finally, I agree with everyone else here - please see your dentist!

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on April 27, 2011
at 08:40 AM

if you are sugar sensitive. The even kiwi and pineapple can effect tooth pain. Bloodsugar cause tooth issues. If the pineapple isnt organic its very very high in sugar. Its how they farm it.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on April 27, 2011
at 08:42 AM

I often see. people saying see the dentist. See the dentist. And what if the dentist destroy your teeth? this isnt a natural approach! There are natural approach, some folks on paleohack seem not to like this natural and holistic approach. Anyway there are lots of plants which helps. I suggest ramiel nagels "curetoothdecay" honestly there are also other experts on this topic.

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on April 26, 2011
at 11:20 PM

Stephan Guyenet has posted about the Drs. Mellanby and their discovery back in the 1930s that vitamin D supplementation through diet reversed ricketts and also assisted in preventing dental carries.

http://wholehealthsource.blogspot.com/2010/12/dr-mellanbys-tooth-decay-reversal-diet.html

Supplementing with D3 in the paleo community is accepted but is certainly not paleo...but it is better for our health for teeth and for mood and for the immune system. Get out in the sun for 20 min daily half naked and you will get the paleo version of D3...which is identical to the supplement.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on April 27, 2011
at 08:44 AM

CLO Cod Liver Oil, or fermented Cod Liver Oil see Ramiel Nagel *cure tooth decay" or google a bit.

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77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on April 26, 2011
at 09:28 PM

Ok, you should probably go to a dentist, however, there is an herb that may help you (it helped me). White Oak Bark. Put it in between your lip and gum before going to sleep at night (keep it in all night). In the morning, pain will be gone. Also brush with myrrh.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on April 27, 2011
at 08:38 AM

common oak bark, horsetail,clove, teatree oil, aleo vera, and a lot things. often the tooth pain shows that ure digestive system is overloaded. sadly some WAPF or Paleo get tooth issues. calendula, confrey, arnika,

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on April 26, 2011
at 09:24 PM

Yes - I have got a tooth which is getting very sensitive. Only one - but it hurts!!

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