How To Remineralize Your Teeth and Prevent Cavities


When it comes to dental health issues, at the top of that list would be cavities. Unfortunately, most people end up getting at least one or more cavities in their lifetimes. It might come as a surprise to many people, but it is possible to remineralize your teeth and heal cavities naturally. I might not have believed it myself, if I hadn’t actually healed a tooth of mine that had a cavity.

We have been taught that the only way to deal with a cavity is to go to the dentist and get it filled. Getting a cavity filled in with a toxic amalgam filling is one of the most dangerous things you can do. Once in place, mercury gas will start to be released from the filling, entering the bloodstream. This mercury poisoning will continue non-stop until the filling is removed from the mouth.

If you have amalgam fillings, it’s in your best interest to get them removed if you can. I personally have a couple of old fillings from childhood that I plan to remove when I can. In the meantime, I take a supplement called Humifulvate, which binds to mercury and removes it from the body. The next best thing to removing old fillings is to make sure that more mercury is leaving the body than is continuing to enter it through mercury fillings.

If you don’t have any fillings, congratulations! Just keep taking care of your teeth and know that if you do get a cavity, it can be healed naturally. By following the instructions below, you’ll be able to successfully eliminate a cavity just like I did.

First, avoid as much fluoride as possible. That means no fluoridated toothpastes, drink reverse osmosis water, and don’t even rinse your mouth with tap water. Fluoride will prevent remineralization of the teeth. Don’t be fooled into thinking that fluoride has any use in the body. Fluoride is the only thing that causes dental fluorosis, which is transparent teeth. In addition to the danger it is to our teeth, it also disrupts the thyroid, causes osteoarthritis, and bone cancer.

Next, focus on eating a diet that is optimal for your evolutionary background. The reason why this is so important is because cavities are only able to happen when the natural flow of fluid through the teeth is reversed. The natural flow goes through the dental pulp chamber, through the dentin, through the enamel, and then finally out into the mouth. In the 1960’s Dr. Ralph Steinman discovered that when this fluid flow is correct, that even people who didn’t brush their teeth wouldn’t suffer from tooth decay. It is low phosphorus levels that cause the reversal of fluid flow. When the phosphorus level in the blood drops below 3.5, the endocrine system starts pushing the fluid through in the opposite direction, which unfortunately sends bacteria into the teeth instead of out through the mouth.

It’s the foods we eat that determine if we have optimal phosphorus levels, as well as ideal levels of calcium, glucose, triglyceride, and cholesterol. These days, we can get access to any food under the sun. Before the modern age if tropical fruit didn’t exist in the land where a group of people lived, they wouldn’t be able to eat it. It’s our unlimited access to such a wide variety of food that gets us into trouble. Our phosphorus level is determined by the amount of carbohydrates we eat, so if your body was not meant to eat lots of fruit, it can get really out of whack when a diet that doesn’t match your type is eaten. I used to eat a lot of fruit, and drink lots of fruit juice and smoothies, and I wonder if that caused my two cavities from childhood, or the cavity that I healed that I got in adulthood. It was after I learned this and started eating a lot less fruit that my tooth healed. The best way to determine if you’re consuming too much fruit and other carbohydrates, try to determine what your ancestors ate so that you can get your body back into balance. Experts say that an ideal glucose level is 85 or lower and a triglyceride level of 100 or lower. If your numbers are higher, you’ll need to start consuming fewer carbohydrates.

Once you’ve got your diet squared away, there are some powerful nutrients that you can take that can not only help heal teeth, they’ll help you to have healthy strong teeth for the rest of your life. First off, make sure your getting plenty of vitamin D3 and vitamin A (retinol) I take 5,000 to 10,000 IU of D3 daily and 10,000 to 20,000 IU of vitamin A daily. Next make sure you’re getting plenty of magnesium, I take 900 mg of magnesium orotate daily. I also make sure to get a sufficient amount of boron daily, so I take the FruiteX-B form of boron: This is the most potent form of boron. Last but not least, perhaps the most valuable tooth-healing supplement is the MK-7 version of vitamin K2, pictured here: This potent version has a 3-day half-life in the body, so it’s going to be very effective at protecting the teeth. I take 180 mcg of this daily.

Please keep in mind that all supplements work in synergy, so focus on getting a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants daily. This will only help to make your teeth as well as your entire body much healthier.

As far as brushing the teeth, always opt for an all-natural one that is free of fluoride and other harmful additives. I enjoy using tooth powder, and this is the one I like: Occasionally, I’ll make my own powder, and I happen to be using a homemade one right now. It is just baking soda mixed with charcoal. I also floss daily and my favorite floss is Dr. Tung’s. I also enjoy rinsing my mouth with xylitol, and I do oil pulling and grape juice pulling consistently. Be sure to follow these simple instructions and remineralize your teeth.   My wish is for you to enjoy strong, beautiful teeth for a lifetime!

 About the Author

Troy Pratt is a lifelong natural health enthusiast. After being inspired by his grandfather at the age of 12, he has gone on to study natural health and anti aging for over 3 decades. He is passionate about helping others to achieve great health and fight aging. Please feel free to reach out to him with any questions or comments at [email protected].


Troy Pratt
Hi everyone! I have been studying natural health and anti aging since I was a teenager. I keep an open mind and love trying new supplements, super foods, and natural anti aging techniques. I live in Colorado and enjoy spending time outdoors with my Boston Terriers. Please feel free to reach out to me with questions at [email protected].