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|Here's his treatment plan from a year ago (May 30 2014)|
(Pioneer brand) D3+K2 (IN ONE PILL)
(Nature's Plus) CAL/MAG (ETC.) IN ANOTHER
D3 + K2 as above in the same chewable about 4000 IUs of D3 a day equals two pills.
|4000 IUs a day equals two pills- is what he usually took|
Dosage: (2-3 tablets generally)
600-900 mg Cal
300-450 mg Mag
(He previously used either Tom's cinnamon no fluoride or Trader Joe's fennel flavored natural no fluoride toothpaste)
I recently heard Tom's has some bad things in it actually though-(Google it)-and that they've been bought out by some NOT holistic big named Corporation. I still think anything with fluoride in it is the worst regardless.
What I find interesting is despite the lack of brushing for so many years that he is doing so well. At his age I had plenty but not an obscene amount of cavities filled already. I know my "6 year" adult molars had cavities pretty deep in them within maybe even a few months of them erupting. Again all of his adult teeth including his "6 year molars" are fine and never were the least bit decayed.
I think diet is big -Ridgely has never had soda- he doesn't have juice at home -only sometimes 50% watered-down juice at hotels on our vacations though. I was brought up eating sugary cereal for breakfast but he has eggs and now we've added a cinnamon raisin gluten-free bagel with strawberry Daiya vegan cream cheese. Whereas I ate Halloween candy as a kid -he doesn't get candy and is fine with it. He's only gotten cake or other sweet pastry only on his birthday and only these last couple years or so not other times of the year. Since his formative years didn't have a lot of unnatural sweets in it he doesn't get bent out of shape not having them. And he's been gluten-free many years (7?) stopping for just a few months 2 1/2 years ago (huge mistake as his behavior tanked!) but definitely gluten-free for about two years. Don't know if that helps with cavities. I also went for a few years- I think starting in about middle school eating ice cream all the time. He hasn't had org yogurt regularly in more than a year -dairy is very little of his diet. He currently has only the occasional cheese usually outside the house. Never drinks cow's milk. Maybe real ice cream less than a handful times a year. He went through a period for probably not even a year having org string cheese sticks at school but not in a while as he got bored with them. If you have any other questions about what else he eats just ask.
the dentist or hygienist actually asked if he was on probiotics. He's on 6-9 million probiotics daily as of the last couple months. Prior to that he probably got no more than 1 million a day. Btw -All his supplements are chewable or sometimes liquid. He takes Nutra stars multivitamins. Also 1500 mg of vitamin C in the morning and sometimes in the evening if I can remember -which is rare. Just started him a week or so ago on 10,000 MCG's of methyl B12 for his autism.
"In her careful experiments, Dr May Mellanby demonstrated that the same nutritional conditions that support development of strong, well mineralized teeth, also support the arrest of dental decay, development of reparative dentin and tooth remineralization. That is, optimal supplementation of vitamin D, together with adequate calcium and phosphorus and a calcifying diet with restricted intake of sugar and cereal grains. Dr Weston Price found even better results when vitamin K2 was also supplemented."