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Dental Benefits of Coconut Oil

Dental Benefits of Coconut Oil

Not only do our teeth give us beautiful smiles, they also play an important role in food digestion. Chewing is the first part of the digestion process and our teeth have a primary role in making sure we are able to chew food properly so it can be digested and converted to energy in the body. Preventive care is important and better than undergoing costly dental treatments to replace missing teeth or repair damaged ones.


Coconut Oil: Natural Way of Caring for Teeth

Taking care of our teeth need not be costly. Luckily for us, there is an all-natural way of ensuring healthy support for your teeth.

Coconut oil has been used since ancient times to care for teeth in a process called oil pulling.  Oil pulling is an ancient Indian remedy found in books written approximately 1500 years ago.

The process is very simple too. You simply swish a tablespoon of coconut oil into your mouth for 5-20 minutes, spit it out and then brush your teeth. 

 

Dental Benefits of Oil Pulling

We need to understand how oil pulling works in order to appreciate how it helps take care of our teeth.

Skinny contains lauric acid, which the body converts into monolaurin, and which research has proven to be effective against bleeding and inflamed gums, loose teeth and halitosis (bad breath). You can only find lauric acid in coconut oil and breast milk.

By collecting and expelling toxins from the mouth, oil pulling not only supports oral care, but overall health as well. 

Use Skinny Coconut Oil for Oil Pulling

It is often recommended to use raw, alkaline coconut oil like Skinny Coconut Oil. The purer the coconut oil, the more effective it is in pulling bacteria and disease-causing germs from the mouth.