原创 Anjani 蜂鸟健康TheHummingBird 2020-12-16 原文
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如果你对于柠檬水有任何的担心害怕，要知道这些没有任何根据的理论会让你偏离疗愈道路。柠檬水可以净化、冲刷并杀死各种造成口腔问题的细菌，从而改善口腔健康。 另外一个导致牙齿问题的原因是氟，牙医使用的氟处理会削弱牙釉质。氟是一种有毒重金属铝的衍生产品，会伤害牙齿。 柠檬并不是大多数人每天都会摄入的食物。
西芹汁口腔疗法 Celery Juice Oral Therapy
疗愈故事（13）疗愈孩子的蛀牙 Healing Stories (13) - Healing Cavities
LEMON WATER There’s a misconception that lemons are bad for your teeth—that lemons’ acidity can weaken your enamel or cause gum issues. This is a theory that has developed over recent years with no research, science, or studies to support it. Dentists’ chairs globally are filled with people with dental issues, and these people aren’t eating lemons all day long or drinking lemon water.
Teeth and gum problems are the result of mineral deficiencies, trace mineral deficiencies, antioxidant deficiencies, and many other phytochemical compound deficiencies. We come into the world with deficiencies. Millions of children have tooth problems right from the start because they were born with trace mineral deficiencies, and these children have not been drinking lemon water since birth. It has nothing to do with lemons or lemon water.
When you’re in the dentist’s chair getting root canals or cavities drilled and filled or teeth pulled, it’s not because you’ve dedicated your life to eating, drinking, or juicing lemons in any way. It’s those years of nutrient deficiencies leading to weakened enamel.
It’s putrefying proteins and rancid fats caked along the linings of your gut, shielding pathogens that are feeding on this hazardous material and outgassing ammonia, which rises up to your teeth. It’s a stagnant, sluggish liver producing lower bile reserves, allowing fats to go rancid in the first place.
It’s weakened hydrochloric acid in your stomach from worn-out stomach glands, allowing proteins you’re eating to rot. It’s coffee drinks eroding teeth for years by making the enamel nutrient-deficient and wispy-thin, allowing bacteria to create cavities with ease. It’s troublemaker food choices that feed pathogens that, again, produce ammonia, which seeps into teeth and can destroy them as the years go by.
It’s viruses such as herpes simplex, shingles, and EBV that inflame nerves in the jaw, gums, and teeth, causing them to ache, hurt, and feel sensitive, especially when a beverage you’re drinking is hot or cold. No matter which of these factors is the true cause of your dental issue, it’s easy (and mistaken) to blame the lemon water you’ve been drinking for the last day, week, or month.
If you’re coming to any of these cleanses with fear about lemon water or lemons, you’ve been misled. That misinformation saturates both alternative and conventional health outlets every day, and it cheats you out of true healing. Lemon (and lime) water cleanses, flushes, destroys, and kills unproductive bacteria, and this leads to a healthier oral environment.
Another reason that teeth can fall apart over time is previous fluoride treatments from years before, weakening the enamel of the teeth. Fluoride is an aluminum byproduct that does not help teeth; it hurts teeth. This speaks to a larger point: as problems develop with your teeth now, it’s not necessarily from what you’re doing in the moment. The tooth problems that the dentist is telling you about today started years and years ago.
Lemons aren’t anyone’s favorite food. They’re one of the foods people consume the least of—and when someone does eat lemon, it may be in a lemon bar, lemon cake, or lemon tart. It’s not the lemon in baked goods that gets our teeth in trouble. It’s the milk, eggs, cream, butter, and gluten.
If someone’s chewing on a fake, synthetic lemon candy every day, or a fake, synthetic lemon gum, I’m sure that’s not helpful for their teeth. That has nothing to do with squeezing a half or whole lemon into a large glass of water or squeezing a half a lemon onto your salad. Vinegar doesn’t help people’s teeth, yet that’s a top contender for a food that’s in most people’s diets.
Vinegar is an ingredient in so many recipes and on everyone’s salads, and the truth is that it can hurt and hinder enamel. There are very few people who consume lemons on a daily basis. Very few people drink lemon water even on a monthly basis. And very few people even get a lemon in them once a year in some shape or form.
So when it comes to lemons, I recommend that you persevere in spite of the misinformation. Let’s not blame lemons as the reason that hundreds of millions of people are at dentists’ offices getting their teeth worked on. That confusion will only rob you of a powerful tool to cleanse and heal. Move forward with your healing and override your fear of lemons.