Cure Tooth Decay


Remineralize Cavities & Repair Your Teeth Naturally With Good Food

This is the title of a book I purchased recently, written by author Ramiel Nagel.   Nagel spent five years researching tooth decay after his one year old daughter developed cavities in her front teeth.

Not wishing to subject his young daughter to the trauma of surgery and general anesthesia, Nagel embarked on a fact-finding mission to uncover the real cause of tooth decay and how to cure this disease with a therapeutic/non-surgical approach.

It is important to point out that Ramiel Nagel is not a dental professional!  I had a problem with this fact from the first time I landed on his web-site, thinking, “Who is this guy?  How could he possibly write a book about tooth decay when he is not even in the dental field”? The answer came to me after listening to a radio interview with Nagel.

The theories that he presents are not his.  They are based upon the pioneering works of many great doctors such as; Francis Pottenger, Weston Price and Melvin Page.  He has merely compiled their work and presented it in a manner that the general public may understand and put to use easily.

Much of the information presented in the book has been around for decades, but once again, I, in the field of preventive oral health care, had never heard of this research!

The other reason that I think a non-dental professional had to write this book has to do with the controversy it could cause.  It flies in the face of the traditional theories of what causes tooth decay and how to treat it and therefore will probably be challenged by organized dentistry.   Ramiel Nagel does not have a license to lose should someone decide to challenge his work.

Next week I will explore some of the key concepts presented in the book.

As always, people’s entire health and well-being are my concern as a health-care provider.  I delight in being allowed the opportunity to explore and present exciting information that the public can take and use as they educate themselves and endeavor to make health care choices that are right for them.

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Until next time,



6 thoughts on “Cure Tooth Decay

  1. I will certainly try to find this book and buy it. My son has the same problem, he actually had to go through the dentist experience, everytime I sent him there, they used to tell me his teeth are very close to each other etc., which I agree. I also strongly belive that is the quality of food, the proper nutrition, the main factor on his tooth decay – he really is a picky eater (or has food intolerances that the pediatritian failed to discover) and actually underweight. Thank you for sharing these helpful information with us, it is quite a relief to see that I am not alone in my thinking about the importance of good nutrition for having healthy teeth. God bless your heart! Now dentistry has become quite a sofisticated business with dangerous consequences for innocent people.

  2. Hi Genta,

    Thanks for your comments.

    Oral Health continues to be a very important component of overall health and while dentistry has some very big questions to answer in light of recent pressure by the public regarding fluoride and mercury amalgam there has and will continue to be a great deal of good that is accomplished by organized dentistry. It’s just that nothing ever stays the same and my dream is that we would have nothing but unbiased doctors and researchers looking at what is best for patients. As an independent Registered Dental Hygienist I am concerned about not only the public’s oral health but their entire health and well-being as well as the planet’s and to this end I try to research and educate myself and others as to the safest and healthiest options available.

    As a regulated health care professional my obligation is first and foremost to insure the safety of my clients and unfortunately, what is often best for the public is not always best for profits and special interests.

    You can obtain quite a bit of information that is covered in the book on the author’s website

    I would also suggest researching Dr. Weston Price’s work at and as a great deal of his research is what this new book is primarily based on.

    In Health,


  3. Hi Kathleen!
    I have a little white mark a little brown line(3 mm)in one of my tooth.Can it be remineralized without filling?What should I do for that?

  4. Hi and thanks for your comment. I would advise that you first see a dental professional to assess the situation clinically to determine what the lesion actually is and then have a discussion with them about the possible treatment options.

    In Health,


  5. Hi Kathleen,
    I just came from a dentist appointment, and my dentist informed me that a small cavity is starting on top of my front tooth, it’s a small circle. How can i treat this without a filling?

  6. Hi Vicky,
    Is it really a cavity or an area of abrasion? Firstly, I would want to find out exactly what it is and what has caused it? Secondly, choose a toothpaste that does not have glycerin in it as this allows for the mineral salts in saliva to naturally re-mineralize the tooth, purchase a therapeutic paste from your dental office to use at night that has Recaldent or Novamin in it to provide even more bioavailable minerals and stimulate saliva naturally with xylitol products throughout the day (naturally buffers acid in the mouth and stimulates the availability of more minerals) Lastly, watch that your diet is high in minerals to heal the tooth from the inside-out and that it is not high in phytic acid-producing foods that actually are anti-nutrient and block mineral absorption (wheat and legumes).

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