Toothpaste

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    skelly
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    I’m wondering if toothpaste feeds the beast and if so, which toothpaste would you recommend ? I’m currently using Colgate.

    Thanks

    #62788

    spicezoe
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    I wondered the same so I switched to a natural formula that only has natural sweeteners in it, with a range of other natural substances. Suggest a trip to the health food store – there are a fair few options out there, just pick to taste. I don’t find that they make my teeth feel as clean but it’s a worthwhile trade off.

    I’ve also switched to a crystal deodrant stone instead of all the chemicals in normal deodrant. It’s working a treat and it’s summer here in NZ.

    #62869

    Venessa
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    For me regular toothpaste was too sweet. I switched to baking soda.

    #62883

    lbkio897
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    Hi,
    Your best bet is to go with an all natural toothpaste that has no flouride. Or you can use baking soda and peroxide.

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    lbkio897
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    I recently just found out that Xylitol makes a toothpaste and it’s safe for Candida sufferers. Here is the link if you’re interested: http://www.epicdental.com

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    candide
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    There are Tea Tree Oil toothpastes available. Though, I’ve been just putting a drop of tea tree oil onto my usual toothpaste. Between that and the detox over the past 3 days, the canidida strip on my inner cheek has fallen off. I would not say I’m cured, but can tell there has been noticeable change for me.

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