The #1 Best Remedy to Clear Away Dental Plaque (Tartar) and Prevent Cavities

You know, everyone is familiar with baking soda because it does remarkable things around our house for our fruits and vegetables, our teeth, our body. When you look at the ingredients, it’s very simple. Sodium bicarbonate. And it says, deodorizing your house, your pets.

It gets rid of odors great to put inside your refrigerator, your freezer. It has cleaning abilities to help your counters, your floors, your pots and pans, as well as baking. But what about brushing our teeth? This is just the tip of the iceberg.

The #1 Best Remedy to Clear Away Dental Plaque (Tartar) and Prevent Cavities
The #1 Best Remedy to Clear Away Dental Plaque (Tartar) and Prevent Cavities

Yes, you want to take some baking soda, mix a little bit of water, put it on your toothbrush, brush, nice and gentle. It will definitely get rid of those stains. This is something that you don’t want to use every single day because you don’t want anything too abrasive.

But if you look at all the toothpaste out today, so many different companies are utilizing baking soda because it will help your teeth sparkle, it will whiten it, it will get rid of those stains, particularly if you are a coffee drinker or if you’re like me, those herbs, those spices, those oils, as well as those blueberries.

Boy, that can really stain our teeth. Even when you’re brushing your teeth, it helps remove that plaque, because baking soda helps remove that sticky film of bacteria that can accumulate on the teeth that leads to tooth decayed gum disease.

And what’s special about baking soda is it has an alkalizing effect. So when that bacteria in your mouth, they produce acids, acids produce cavities, it produce gum disease. But baking soda inhibits that bacteria that produces acids because it puts it into a more alkaline environment, not allowing bacteria to thrive.

And I’m sure that all of us are quite aware about our breath when we go out on our first date, because baking soda will help reduce bad breath. It neutralizes odors, it helps freshen your breath, and it assists in reducing the population of bacteria in your mouth that produce that foul smelling compounds.

And if you have that sore throat, yes, salt and water is definitely helpful. But just taking a half a teaspoon of baking soda to a full glass of water, gargling it, turns it into an alkaline environment, preventing that bacteria to thrive, as well as even rinsing your mouth.

And if you’re having heartburn or indigestion, you might want to consider some baking soda in a glass of water. That will help neutralize that stomach acid, providing that relief so you can feel much better. And adding baking soda in your bath water will also soothe your skin irritations.

If you have rashes, insect bites, sunburns or any skin irritation, this can be a great asset for you. And also adding baking soda to bath water can help in soothing sore muscles and alleviating muscle pain as it creates a relaxing and therapeutic experience for muscle recovery and even deodorants.

I noticed today I see more deodorants having baking soda in it because again, making it more alkaline, not allowing bacteria to thrive and when it comes to your kidneys, studies have suggested that baking soda may have a positive impact on kidney health as it aids in reducing the risk of kidney stones and supporting overall kidney function by balancing acidity levels in the body.

And baking soda has been researched for its potential to enhance exercise performance. When consumed before intense physical activity. It may help buffer lactic acid buildup in muscles, delaying the onset of fatigue. And when it comes to your foot care, soaking your feet in warm water and baking soda solution can help reduce foot odor. It softens calluses and can help combat foot fungus, contributing to overall foot hygiene and comfort.

And as I mentioned earlier, baking soda is a versatile household cleaner and deodorizer as it helps clean surfaces, eliminate odors and refrigerators, and deodorizes carpets and upholstery, providing a natural environment of friendly alternatives to chemical cleaners.

And when it comes to your fruits and vegetables, you need to clean it off. Get the residue off so it will be healthier when you put it into your system. For every half a gallon of water you put into a container, about one to two teaspoons of baking soda, mix it around, put your fruits and vegetables in there, let it soak 15 minutes, rinse it off, dry it off, and you’re ready to go.

I hope you enjoyed this video. Please share it with your friends and family. Please leave. Leave your comments below. And most important, make it a great day. I’m Dr. Alan Mandel.

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