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Mammography not improving survival? Euro Cancer Travels part 7

I met a woman named Karen from Dallas, at Hope 4 Cancer in Tijuana, where I studied last month. I interviewed Dr. Tony Jimenez, Dr. Xavier Curiel, and Dr. Carlo Santiesteban. They are helping patients beat cancer without any chemo or radiation. Their ‘silver bullet’ (most of the clinics I study at have one or […]

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What happened when my root-canal teeth were pulled

Can you stand one more update related to traditional dentistry versus holistic (biological) practices? It’s the last chapter in the story I told you in August. I told you that when I had my two root-canal teeth extracted, I paid a few hundred dollars for an analysis of what bacteria were found in them. I […]

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Recovering from oral surgery….part 3 of 3

I am more committed now than ever, to good nutrition. I want to keep my teeth healthy! I don’t want to face more dental decay. We live longer than people did back when infectious disease and dreadful working conditions were rampant. And we’re vain as a culture. So we have to have beautiful, straight, white […]

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Recovering from oral surgery…..part 2 of 3

  Dr. Wall gave me IV Vitamin C during the procedure. I used my essential oils, in my mouth: Clove applied to the gums, and Helichrysum inside my cheek, and On-Guard blend, diffused or in my water. (Amanda can give you great counsel about essential oils and hook you up with wholesale pricing for yourself, […]

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Recovering from surgery….+ thoughts about YOUR dental treatments, part 1 of 3

Last Friday, I had five hours of oral surgery under general anaesthesia. I had my two root-canal teeth removed. I had read multiple books and papers on toxic dental practices, and had become convinced that root canals are UNIVERSALLY a terrible idea. I’d learned that the research of Weston A. Price, possibly the most well […]

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Comments from another dentist, Kristi……part 7 of 7

A reader and dentist, Kristi, shared these observations after my root canal post. I have paraphrased some of her comments for length: “ I have much respect for Robyn and her goals of sharing important life saving information with all of you. Her willingness to stand up for what she believes in is admirable. I […]

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Should I shut the heck up about all things not green smoothie?…..Part 6 of 7

About Dr. L telling me I should not talk about toxic dental practices and stick to whole foods topics only? That is precisely the reason I have a blog in the first place. I don’t want my readers to be as ignorant as I was when I was 27 years old and allowing doctors to […]

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Dental practices Intentional Replantation, Apicoectomy, and Root Canal….part 3 of 7

Thanks to GSG reader Sheryl, whose husband is a dentist, for suggesting I research Intentional Replantation. It has been practiced for 1,000 years, and it is not difficult for dentists, although very few do it or even think to do it. It involves treating the tooth outside the mouth and re-implanting it, and the dental […]

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More on mercury amalgam and other dental controversies….dentists weighing in….part 2 of 7

I got back last week from my Northern Cali speaking tour and went right to Dr. Ulm’s office right here in Lindon, Utah. He’s the first dentist in Utah accredited with the IAOMT (Intl Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology). Accreditation requires a rigorous examination of mercury-safe practices and demonstrated knowledge of materials, toxicity, fluoride, […]

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More on mercury amalgam and other dentistry controversies…dentists weighing in….part 1 of 7

I need to revisit the dental issues, as we’ve had a ton of email about it. What to do instead of a root canal, you’re asking? It’s a very good question that I have, too. I interviewed Dr. Ulm’s office in Lindon, whom I will talk about in a minute. They told me Dr. Judson […]

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