Posts From February, 2014

Cavities

24% of adults have untreated cavities today.  These tiny holes in the tooth surface start out often with no symptoms.  But with regular checkups, these areas of bacterial decay can be treated quickly and inexpensively, before the cavity hurts.  Once the cavity gets larger and deeper, affecting deeper layers of the tooth structure, you are […]


Shiitake Mushroom Chicken with Millet

Shiitake Mushroom Chicken with Millet (Recipe by Karen D. Krchma) Coconut oil is suggested for sautéing because it has a high smoke point and the heat from cooking does not easily damage the oil. Coconut oil has been shown to have many health related benefits; one of them is an antibacterial effect. The medium chain […]


Strawberry-Lemon Sorbet

Strawberry-Lemon Sorbet (Recipe by Karen D. Krchma) Strawberries are a perfect way to end a meal. Here is a healthy way to reduce sugar desserts and still have fun!  Strawberries are great tooth “scrubbers” and high in fiber, a definite health plus. Lemon assists with pH balance in the body. Stevia is a natural sweetener and does […]


Cavities

Did you know? Tooth decay – cavities – rank in the highest of chronic medical conditions. Only colds are more common.


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