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Diabetes and Periodontal Disease

…infected and inflamed. Signs that you may have periodontal disease include: * red, sore, swollen gums * bleeding gums * loose or sensitive teeth * bad breath * trouble chewing According to the CDC, young adults dealing with diabetes have about twice the risk of periodontal disease than those without diabetes…

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Two Supplements for Eye Health

…garlic, shallots, leeks and onions, you’d have to eat an awful lot of these vegetables to obtain therapeutic doses. If you want to forego the bad breath, I suggest you use benfotiamine in capsule form for your vision health. Look for it in your local health-food store. Typical doses range from 150…

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4 Embarrassing Health Problems, Solved

…day, and increase it to 3,000 mg daily when an outbreak is imminent. * Banish bad breath, starting with your tongue. Your tongue’s protective mucous coating makes it an excellent hideout for bacteria. To prevent bad breath, brush your tongue along with your teeth. You can also borrow a tip from Ayurvedic…

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Little-Known Health Benefits of Probiotics

…benefits of probiotic supplements may help control bad breath and promote better oral health overall. More specifically, Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, and other strains help curb growth of bacteria such as Streptococcus mutans that contribute to bad breath, cavities and gum problems. So how can you maintain…

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4 Benefits of CoQ10: Beyond Heart Health

…estimated 30 percent of people over the age of 65. Characterized by a lack of saliva production, it can cause difficulty swallowing, sore throat, and bad breath, as well as tooth decay and oral infections. All too often, this condition is triggered by drugs—hundreds of prescription medications, including…

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