Brand new, innovative oral care
Apr 26th 2012, 11:34
Dr. Weston A. Price conducted research on nutrition and physical degeneration over many decades and wrote a revealing, shocking and powerful testament on the adverse effects of modern processed diets with regard to general health and its degenerative effect on teeth and gums.
The chronic and critical shortfall of nutrition in modern diets is directly responsible for tooth decay, gum diseases and many associated degenerative diseases. Yet to date, not a single product has been formulated to combat these nutritional deficiencies which affect the teeth and gums.
What is so unique about Teeth & Gums?
• Teeth & Gums enables the body to trigger a natural healing process from within the body.
• Teeth & Gums has specifically been designed and developed to replenish those nutrients which the body needs to restore, regenerate and reverse tooth decay, whiten teeth naturally and maintain healthy teeth and gums.
• All vitamins, minerals and nutrients in Teeth & Gums have been carefully selected for their efficiency and beneficial effects on both teeth and gums.
Teeth & Gums is a “world first” and the manufacturers believe that a natural approach is vital to basic tooth and gum care – both of which have been severely neglected over the years.
Healing is a gradual process and therefore Teeth & Gums should be taken on a regular basis in order for it to become fully effective. Fortunately, most dental and oral problems can be prevented and treated. Teeth & Gums restores the condition of, and thereafter maintains, both the teeth and the gums.
Teeth & Gums was co-developed by Nautilus Pharma and Vital Health Foods and complies with all GMP standards. It has also been formulated to ensure the maximum quantities of RDA ingredients and is suitable from the ages of 12 years upwards. In severe cases of teeth and gum problems, 4 capsules should be taken to kick start the healing process.
Teeth & Gums is available as a one month’s supply of 60 capsules and are shrink-wrapped in 6’s. For a list of testimonials please refer to the web-site: www.body-health.co.za
Enquiries: Greg Clark: 082 330 3219 or Christoan Smit: 084 941 8277
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