Tooth Decay: The Cause

Written by Jeff Green
Alternative Nutrition/Researcher

September 15th, 2021

It has been repeatedly claimed that bacteria are responsible for tooth decay. Bacteria are not responsible for tooth decay. When you observe bones and jaw bone structures that have been decaying in the soil for long periods of time, you observe no bacterial decay, and teeth are untouched by the plethora of bacteria found in the soil said to be responsible for tooth decay. Bacteria are never the cause of tooth decay, including parasites, nor are they ever pathogenic. Toxicity and its byproducts are solely responsible for decaying teeth. When observing tribes and people who eat bacteria-rich raw meats and foods, they develop no dental caries over time. When observing those same people who have been subjected to Western style food, having abandoned their nutritious raw diets to now consume processed breads and foods, they soon develop dental decay and crooked teeth. 

The vast amount of sugar from processed and refined breads and foods in the Western diet plays a great role in this decay. Even natural fruit sugars are detrimental in large amounts to the teeth, such as can be seen in long-term fruitarians. Likewise, vegetarians also suffer from great amounts of tooth decay due to their lack of calcium and magnesium for bone development. Fluoridated water causes tooth decay as well, and has been shown time and time again to cause tooth decay. Fluoride serves as one of the greatest catalysts to tooth decay, being found in toothpaste, tap water, and even bottled water for babies, making it hard to totally escape. Using fluoride free tooth-paste and never drinking tap water is essential. 

Tooth decay, including cavities, are the result of toxicity being discarded from the brain and areas of the mouth, such as tongue, and gums. Those toxins must be neutralized by the body. Toxins usually adhere to the backside of the bottom row of incisor teeth in front of the mouth, as toxins settle there more readily. A chemical reaction occurs as toxins adhere to the back face of the tooth. When those toxins come into contact with calcium in enamel, they harden into rock-like structures called plaque. Plaque is an amalgam of hardened toxins, usually heavy metals, calcium, magnesium, and so forth. That plaque must ideally be removed every month in order for those toxins to continue to be able to bind with calcium and be neutralized.

Learning how to self-clean the teeth by utilizing professional dental tools such as a universal curette is necessary, and in the end, is not too difficult to learn properly. There is absolutely no parasite or bacteria responsible for any tooth decay. Bacteria in saliva are greatly responsible for the health of the teeth and mouth, coating and surrounding the teeth at all times. Raw milk and cheese will rebuild the teeth over time and will reverse or stop the progression of any current dental caries, rebuilding the teeth with calcium and the necessary raw nutrients. On this diet, no dental caries or tooth decay will manifest, and visits to the dentist will cease. I personally have not visited a dentist in many years. My teeth are straight, white, and absolutely no decay is present.

Any sort of inflammatory response in tooth decay is due to the vast amount of nerve endings being affected by tooth decay, which may cause disruptions to the nervous system further down into the body.

Jeff Green

09/15/2021

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Ramsay Devereux
Ramsay Devereux
2 years ago

Hi Jeff, I am very curious what your take is on the end results are of the poison jab. Have you followed the jab ingredient investigative stories? It appears there is plenty of poisons in the full-boat jab vials to cause lots of problems. In your opinion, will the ones who got the full shot most likely die in a few years?

NOTE: It appears there are different ingredients in the vials. From only saline solution to critters, metals, robots and graphene. So not all jabs are the same.

Brad Hansen
Brad Hansen
2 years ago

Bloody brilliant article – totally changed my view. The argument about post-mortem decay is incontrovertible. Much appreciated – thank you, thank you thank you. 🙂 Now I have to learn how to clean my own teeth.

Joseph M.
Joseph M.
2 years ago

Good morning,

I appreciate your insights, it has given me a lot to think about regarding health and healing. Your discussion here brings a question to mind. I suffer with what seems to be chronic sinusitis, and for the longest time I, like many others, usually take some sort of Advil + decongestant to deal with the pain. I avoid antibiotics, but I know others use them. I am wondering what your thoughts are on this, and whether this medication is actually preventing the body from being able to remove toxins (as decongestants sort of dry out the sinuses), thereby creating this never-ending cycle of partially being healed but never really getting there. Is a better solution just to let the body run through the sickness and purge whatever toxin is creating this issue? I worry that the longer one avoids facing the pain, perhaps the more painful it will be for the body to heal. Appreciate any thoughts you may have.

Supporter
Supporter
2 years ago

Jeff, Great article on the myths and truths of tooth decay. Since being on a Primal Raw diet, I notice my teeth rebuilding and patching areas of eroded enamel, active cavities healing and rebuilding. I have been recently experimenting with not brushing my teeth at all, in a way to see what happens and in another way to allow minerals to do their job of rebuilding. ButI have noticed lots of plaque, so after several days or weeks I will floss my teeth to remove plaque build up. My gums bleed a lot and have tenderness. So I guess after my experimenting and reading your article here, I think I should be more regular about removing plaque/ brushing teeth. What is your best advice here?

My teeth are in great shape otherwise and really stronger since this diet, oral health has improved a lot too. No stinky breath even without brushing teeth. Thanks for all your work.

Air Matt
Air Matt
1 year ago
Reply to  Jeff Green

Most “fluoride free” toothpastes, actually all of them, use glycerin, which is a vegetable oil. Everything that you said has been very informative but I thought you might want to know. I am looking for alternatives, possibly using some recipes from Aajonus Vonderplanitz. I have only recently learned about this myself as I am currently using fluoride-free, glycerin toothpaste.

Air Matt
Air Matt
1 year ago
Reply to  Air Matt

I may be wrong on this one as Glycerin and Vegetable Glycerin are two different things. But it is probably important to figure out which one is in these “fluoride free” toothpastes.

Suse
1 year ago

Hi Jeff. My ‘environmental’ dentist is great, looking at healthy teeth from the diet, up. He’s big on tightening and toning the gum. He tests my saliva from gum pockets deep down (according to him this is where food particles and bacteria lay creating gum disease) and puts it on a slide under microscope on a screen for me to see the different types of bacteria and parasites present. Some are ok and some are dangerous as he says they erode jaw bone. I brush with hydrogen peroxide and salt daily to ‘kill’ the baddies and to tone and tighten the gums avoiding gum pockets and periodontitis aka gum disease and bleeding gums. I have a deep clean with him quarterly. I really value your opinion on my regime and my dentist.

Esther A
Esther A
1 year ago

Im not very clear from your comments, what actually caises gum disease and how can it be treated? Thanks.

RowZ
RowZ
8 months ago

I recently heard on someone’s blog that dentists are not aware that Mrna (spike protein) is being added to the lidocaine numbing injections to enable them to do dental work pain free. I have put off going to the dentist since hearing this. I do not want it injected into me, yet I heard it has been in there for at least 2-3 years (of which I did have dental crowns done and obviously the injections. Should we be concerned? I have been told by many others that they have stopped going to dentists because so much of what they do is very bad for the body.

Emmy
Emmy
3 months ago

Hi Jeff, what you think of the new water flossing machines. They look pretty good

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