00:00 - what do you recommend eating when...
00:00 – please discuss dentures or partials for those that have lost their teeth.
03:15 – bleeding gums even with perfect hygiene?
03:50 – should we avoid gluten if we are not gluten sensitive and are healthy?
04:45 – If wild rice is grain free why does it say whole grain on the bag?
05:36 – I get cold sores every two months or so and I don’t know why
06:44 – natural sweeteners
07:47 – how does burning mouth relate to food sensitivities or leaky gut?
08:29 – what are your thoughts on oil pulling?
09:07 – could gluten cause oral cancers?
09:57 – does health insurance pay for genetic testing?
10:57 – I traumatized a molar years ago and it died. Should I remove the dead tooth?
12:40 – what is the root cause of a fissured tongue?
13:13 – ozone cleaning at the dentist?
13:30 – I had a root canal several years ago. Should I get it removed?
14:07 – can celiac disease cause hair loss?
14:49 – what’s the best way to test for food sensitivities?
15:38 – can gluten cause high blood pressure?
15:58 – cold sores and HPV and gluten
16:33 – Difference between store bought potato chips and making my own chips?
17:35 – difference between antibiotic mouthwash and oil puling?
18:00 – do you eat dairy and potatoes?
19:00 – my tongue is sensitive to acids
19:44 – what about sweet potato chips?
20:00 – is teeth grinding a sign of gluten sensitivity?
21:20 – when I cut out grains, I gain weight even though I feel better
22:30 – what whole house water system do you recommend?
24:43 – cleaning products
25:13 – what’s your take on root canals?
26:50 – what’s the best toothpaste to buy?
27:29 – is it okay to use hydrogen peroxide in a waterpik?
28:10 – should you get your old fillings out if they contain mercury?
29:10 – how about organic non GMO popcorn?
29:40 – weight gain supplements that you recommend?
30:38 – severe irritation in the ears for several years
31:00 – grain free toothpaste?
31:15 – do you need vitamin K2 when you take vitamin D?
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