Secret Gateway to Health: The Single Most Important Thing You Need to Know for a Long Healthy Life

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Morgan James Publishing, Apr 1, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 207 pages
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Your Mouth Has a Lot to Say, Even if You're Not Talking. The mouth is one of the organs in the body that is the least understood by the general public, yet one of the most important. It effects our heart, our immune system, chronic illness such as diabetes, and makes an important impact on our self confidence. Dentist Flora Stay, felt it was time to help everyone, especially baby-boomers who are concerned about their health, to get a better understanding of the mouth connection to overall health. Having an integrative health approach, "Secret Gateway to Health" covers conventional treatment, alternative approaches and how to partner with your dentist to bring about health of your mouth. Dr. Stay, being an educator (professor at U.S.C. School of Dentistry), and a scientist, the book exposes fake treatments and debunks myths, yet recommends alternative treatments that do work. Even toothpaste is discussed and why many have a warning on the back.
 

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About the author (2008)

FLORA STAY, DDS, holds a doctor of dental surgery degree from the University of California, San Francisco. She is the developer of Grace FibroSmile, a line of dental care products for those with fibromyalgia. She has appeared in "Prevention, Men's Health, Women's World, and the "New York Times, and is the author of "The Complete Book of Dental Remedies. She runs a private practice in Ventura, California, where she lives. R. PAUL ST. AMAND, MD, is coauthor of "What Your Doctor May Not Tell You about Fibromyalgia.

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