Fluoride toxins in toothpaste


It is best not to use toothpaste that has fluoride or a list of ingredients that you do not recognize.  Fluoride is toxic to the brain and does not eliminate cavities.  Glycerin is another substance that should not be in toothpaste as it coats the teeth with a sticky substance and helps provide a breeding ground for bacteria to grow.  It is difficult to locate a good toothpaste.  Most often I recommend brushing teeth and gums well with just good water and following by using a waterpik with a capful or two of hydrogen peroxide in warm water.  I now use baking soda to brush my teeth with followed by ½ tsp. of xylitol (birch derived – not corn) in the evenings to keep my dental hygiene balanced..  Xlear, has a xylitol based toothpaste which is excellent as well.