ADA Recommends Fluoride Toothpaste For Kids To Assist Tooth Decay Fight

ADA Recommends Fluoride Toothpaste For Kids To Help Fight Tooth Decay

ADA Recommends Fluoride… Do You?

The American Dental Association recommends that kids should begin using fluoride toothpastes early in life to help fight tooth decay. Many people are against fluoride as it is bad for the brain and body. The real thing is to make sure kids are getting calcium and a gang of nutrients their growing bodies require!

The amount of candies, junk food and sweetened beverages kids today consume has drastically increased the risks of cavities and tooth decays. The parents and guardians of these kids have to take more control over the sugary killers that will make our kids look like rotten mouth bums.

Gratifying our kids with candies and sugary snacks, only to later have them sitting painfully in a dentist chair does not make sense. The American Dental Association (ADA) released a report recently suggesting kids should begin using fluoride toothpastes early in life to help fight tooth decay. I’m leary against all medical recommendations given by organizations sponsored by someone.

It’s just like this website recommending a supplement over another website. We’re kinda sponsored by Youngevity Products, so we’re going to recommend them if we feel you need a product for additional assisted healing!

Nevertheless, it is up to you to do your own research and find out what it is you want best for your children. I go to nonbias researchers and doctors, such as Dr. Wallach (author of Let’s Play Doctor), Dr. Williams (author of Wheat Belly), and other health researchers for their diligent research on different health subjects.

For children below the age of 2 years, the organization recommends using plain water to brush daily.

The organization’s Council on Scientific Affairs (CSA) says that parents should make children under 3 years of age brush daily with a smear of fluoride toothpaste while pea-size quantity can be used for children between 3 and 6 years old. For children below the age of 2 years, the organization recommends using plain water to brush daily.

Fluoride is used to prevent cavities, but the biggest prevention of cavities is to have strong bones, proper cleaning and hygiene, and avoiding bad sugars. Proper combinations of calcium, vitamin d, phosphorus, and all the required minerals!

Due Daniels

Contributor to YoungevityProducts.org

SEMD Youngevity Rep 100505006

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