Dental caries and gum disease are two of the most widespread forms of infection known to humans, and gum disease has now been linked with cardiovascular disease, including heart attacks and strokes. Yet these infections persist even with consistent use of antibacterial mouthwashes and toothpastes, and rigorous flossing. Here the author exposes the mechanisms of infective oral bacteria and reveals an entirely new yet scientifically proven approach to combating these worthy opponents.
"Oral Probiotics" reveals a groundbreaking sustainable and healthy method for reducing infective oral bacteria populations along with tooth decay and gum disease, while at the same time helping protect us from new infections as we travel and work in environments teaming with infective microorganisms.
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