Thursday, January 1, 2009

Beyond Toothpaste: An In-Depth Look

Inventor and author, David Webster spent 30 years developing his natural toothpaste. Everyone that tries it sees results unlike any other toothpaste.

So what’s in it that makes it so effective? Sulfur.

Very few Americans know much about this naturally occurring mineral mainly because it has been overlooked and taken for granted. Sulfur has been used medicinally since ancient times and it is contained in every cell in your body. It is a component of three different amino acids (the building blocks that make up protein). Approximately 0.25% of your total body weight is sulfur. So, in essence, sulfur is part of the earth and part of our bodies, naturally.

The form the body ingests is found in protein-rich foods such as eggs, meat, poultry, fish, and legumes. Other good sources include garlic, onions, brussels sprouts, asparagus, kale, and wheat germ. Sulfur has been there all along. Humans from all time periods and countries have benefitted from it.

The natural sulfur in Beyond Toothpaste has nothing to do with sulfites, sulfates or sulfa drugs. There is no allergy to natural sulfur because we all consume it in food every day. Our bodies need it in order to maintain health.

Beyond Toothpaste eliminates bleeding gums and in turn gingivitis and bad breath. Your teeth will feel cleaner and you will have confidence that your teeth are getting the proper care.

Become a part of the natural toothpaste revolution. We are dedicated to helping people take back control of their health and learn new ways of preventing disease before it starts. David Webster has spent his life researching ways to prevent disease and his toothpaste is just one part of his mission to advance the health of the human race while maintaining the natural balance between people and the earth.

1 comment:

  1. This toothpaste sounds very interesting. I have visited several Lethbridge dentists and they have never once mentioned using sulfur in their toothpaste. I think that is simply because they haven't thought of it. This is a great idea though and has a lot of great potential. Thanks for posting, I can't wait to try it out.