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Take Good Care Of Your Teeth and Gums With Tooth Soap

If you're interested in doing all that you can to have healthy teeth and gums, I highly recommend that you give Tooth Soap a try.

In case you haven't heard of Tooth Soap, it's a truly natural product that, in my opinion, is better and safer for your teeth and gums than various brands of natural toothpaste from the health food store.

Tooth Soap

One Jar of Tooth Soap
Around a 3 month supply
$19.95 USD
Plus S&H

Choose the flavour of your choice once you get to our shopping cart.

Quantity discounts are available at our natural health shop.

I first learned about Tooth Soap about a year ago from my good friend, Chet Day. Although I was impressed with the results that people were getting with Tooth Soap, I didn't have a strong enough reason to give it a go. I figured that the natural toothpaste that my wife and I were using was adequate. Plus, we didn't have any dental challenges that had us eager to try something new.

Then, in July of 2005, I received the following note from a former guest of our fasting clinic, Rebecca Garcia, of Xenia, Ohio:

Hi Dr. Kim,

I wanted to update you on the Tooth Soap. I really, really like it. My teeth feel so good. All the sensitivity I used to have is gone and my gums haven't ached since I started using it. That used to happen about once a month. I haven't been to the dentist yet for my checkup so I don't know if the gum pockets are healing. But I can't wait to find out. Also, the tarter that used to build up behind my bottom front teeth, even after just one or two days, is never there anymore. And when I floss, there's nothing there. I'll update you when I go to the dentist.


Rebecca had asked me about Tooth Soap back in April when she was looking for a way to avoid having some expensive work done on her teeth. I had responded by letting her know that I hadn't tried Tooth Soap, but that I felt it was worth a try.

After Rebecca told me about her positive experience with Tooth Soap, I decided that I had waited long enough. Within about a week, I received my first package and gave my teeth a good brushing with a tiny shred of Tooth Soap, followed by a good rinse.

The result?

I can definitely say that my teeth and gums felt cleaner than they had ever felt after a brushing with a conventional or natural brand of tooth paste.

I can't remember why my wife didn't make the switch to Tooth Soap when I did, but I do remember that about a month after I started using it, she mentioned that she wanted to visit a dentist. She was experiencing some sensitivity in a back molar and figured that a good cleaning would remedy her discomfort. Since it was the beginning of a long weekend, I encouraged her to give Tooth Soap a try, thinking that it wouldn't hurt to give it a shot before taking her to the dentist on Monday.

To our surprise, my wife's tooth sensitivity completely disappeared after one day of using Tooth Soap, and her molar has been just fine ever since - it's been about four and a half months now since she started using Tooth Soap. Needless to say, we were both very happy with the result and I was especially happy about saving the cost of a trip to the dentist.

So, what exactly is Tooth Soap? The ingredients on the bottle that sits in our bathroom reads as follows:

List of Ingredients

Specially formulated soap made from saponified olea europaea (organic extra virgin olive oil), cocos nucifera (organic coconut oil), spring water, and essential oil. NO added glycerin, sweeteners, silicates (sand), fluoride, dyes, stabilizers or other materials that can damage teeth.

Tooth soap was created by Chet's on-line colleague, Victoria, of Vitality Products, Inc., and is manufactured in a commercial kitchen that is licensed by the Oregon Department of Agriculture.

Normally, I don't add a product to our natural health shop unless I have tried it myself for at least a year, preferably a couple of years. I'm making an exception with Tooth Soap because of the good results that my wife and I have experienced in such a short amount of time.

Tooth Soap

One Jar of Tooth Soap
Around a 3 month supply
$19.95 USD
Plus S&H

Choose the flavour of your choice once you get to our shopping cart.

Quantity discounts are available at our natural health shop.

Also, before taking the final step of introducing Tooth Soap on our web site, I gave Chet a call and asked him if he had received any negative feedback on Tooth Soap in the two years that he has been recommending it on his web site and personally using it. Chet could remember about half a dozen people who haven't liked this product, with the main complaint being about its taste. Half a dozen complaints, mainly about taste, out of the thousands of people who have used Tooth Soap on Chet's recommendation helped me make a final decision to recommend it to our readers.

And for the record, my wife and I think the taste is just fine. We alternate between using spearmint and citrus-flavored Tooth Soap.

Before you give Tooth Soap a try, please remember the following point:

While Tooth Soap can do an incredible job of cleaning your teeth and gums, in order to have healthy teeth and gums, you must ensure a healthy dietary regimen that includes the vitamins and minerals that your body needs to promote optimal oral health.

In other words, you can't eat a highly refined and processed food diet i.e. cokes and cookies and expect to get good results with Tooth Soap.

If you order Tooth Soap through our site, you'll receive a pdf copy of my comprehensive guidelines on how to optimally support the health of your teeth and gums with your food and lifestyle choices. Be sure to create an account with our shopping cart as you go through the checkout process.

Once you have paid for your order, go to our shopping cart, click on View Account, sign into your account, and click on Your Downloads.

Please note: As with all of our other recommended health tools, the manufacturing, transportation, warehousing, and handling costs add up to make the profit margin on Tooth Soap quite modest. For this reason, we cannot offer a refund on Tooth Soap in the unlikely event that it is not to your liking. If you aren't absolutely sure that you want to give Tooth Soap a try on my recommendation, please do not order it.

P.S. Here are a few of the points that you will learn about in the bonus pdf file that I've created as a supplement to Tooth Soap once you complete your order:

  • Which mineral-rich foods best support healthy teeth and gums
  • Foods that you must strive to avoid to save your teeth from forming cavities
  • A critically important detail on how to brush your teeth
  • An equally critical detail on how to floss
  • The one ingredient in many conventional and natural brands of toothpaste that you MUST avoid
  • A simple step to take after every meal that will go a long way towards preventing cavities
  • Three lifestyle factors that can significantly impact the health of your teeth and gums

Update on August 20, 2008:

I've been using and recommending Tooth Soap for a few years now. Since adding Tooth Soap to our natural health shop, I've received notes from a handful of people who had one or more teeth take on a light grey or translucent look after using nothing but Tooth Soap for an extended period of time.

A grey or translucent look is almost always staining from food. Normal brands of tooth paste contain abrasive ingredients that remove food stains that develop on our teeth on a daily basis. Tooth Soap doesn't contain any abrasive ingredients, so when using Tooth Soap exclusively, teeth need to be "exfoliated" once in a while to remove food stains.

If this situation applies to you, then I recommend brushing your teeth with baking soda or a natural brand of tooth paste once every other day or so. Using both Tooth Soap and a little baking soda or a natural brand of tooth paste that contains mildly abrasive ingredients should keep your teeth and gums optimally clean and free of food stains.

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