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Diet facial bone structure/teeth

Answered on September 12, 2014
Created March 01, 2013 at 6:00 AM

I know that the Weston Price foundation talks greatly about how facial beauty has a strong correlation to healthy diet(fat soleuable vits).

My question is if it's possible for an adult to make cosmetic improvements to the facial structure through diet. Namely fat soluable vitamins. Many say teeth can reenamalize so one might think that some minor changes can occur to the facial bone structure.

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on March 01, 2013
at 12:57 PM

can you provide a link please?

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on March 01, 2013
at 06:27 AM

The facial structure has changed over generations and during development.

Since bones are already matured and only reform as slow repairing, I doubt there is possibility in changing facial structure. Teeth cells change more rapidly, since they need to stay strong and healthy for eating.

The only facial changes that could happen are with the skin and the outer appearance.

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on March 01, 2013
at 01:54 PM

deep nutrition is a great book talks a lot about maternal nutriton when pregnant affecting the babys looks and beauty when born. great read!

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on March 01, 2013
at 12:30 PM

It's difficult to change bone structure once your growth plates are closed, your bones can get thicker but not longer once this happens. Diet would only have an effect on facial bone structure until this happens.

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on March 01, 2013
at 02:13 PM

Yes, there is a way. But it has nothing to do with diet.

It is called plastic surgery. But remember - some of them go bad. You don't want to look like Mickey Rurk now, do you?

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on March 01, 2013
at 12:55 PM

I don't think you can change the bone structure in adulthood, or not significantly. I wouldn't be surprised though if grain consumption during development in susceptible people affects structural growth.

I certainly won't be feeding neolithic rubbish to any children I have.

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