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Vegan Dental Diet!

Your teeth are so important, especially as an adult! You want to do any and everything you can to preserve them for as long as possible. Of course nutrition plays an essential role in the health of your teeth. For Vegans looking for Vitamin D from food, you may need supplements, at least during the fall and winter months. Be sure to check the labels, as some of the ingredients in the supplements may be derived from animals: Vitamin D2 and Vitamin D3 from lichen are vegan-friendly options.

High-Calcium Vegan Foods:

  • Calcium-fortified soy or nut milks

  • Bok choy

  • Broccoli

  • Collard greens

  • Chinese cabbage

  • Kale

  • Mustard greens

  • Okra

How to Cure Cavities on a Vegan Diet:

It is possible to heal your teeth holistically without compromising your commitment to a plant-based diet. There are many potential ways to increase the strength of your teeth and gums. The more demands placed by your current lifestyle on your teeth (e.g. motherhood), the more important a multi-faceted approach becomes.

Vegan diet hacks that can help to cure cavities:

  • Minimize phytic acid from grains, beans, nuts and seeds

  • Eliminate sugars including dried fruit and juice

  • Eat lots of organic, fresh vegetables

  • Add minerals from sea vegetables, supplements and/or cell salts

  • Add Vitamin K2 from fermented foods especially natto

  • Add high quality, cold-pressed fats

  • Use herbs such as black walnut

  • Drink spring water

  • Use a good sea salt or Himalayan salt

Other holistic strategies to help cure cavities:

Vegans who are vulnerable to cavities not only need to ensure you are getting the best possible teeth healing nutrients through your diet, you also need to incorporate additional holistic strategies. Here are a few "Do's + Don'ts":

  • Do relax the jaw

  • Do guided meditations for teeth healing

  • Do research before getting dental work

  • Do use your intuition to ask your body for guidance on how to get rid of cavities

  • Do be consistent with the best oral self-care routine for you​

  • Do investigate meridian connections between cavities and the rest of your body

  • Don’t sleep with your cell phone

  • Don’t use drugs or medications that inhibit your mineral uptake

  • Don’t get a tongue or lip piercing

  • Don’t use alcohol based mouthwash


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