Please see an earlier post on this subject. This post assumes you have read the previous one.
There exist certain bodily imbalances that indicate the lack of electrochemical compound colloids in a person’s diet. Including this colloid complex into one’s diet “will rebuild the bones, fingernails, and teeth, as well as supply colloid material for the other tissues. If the fingernails have any ridges, are split, soft, or brittle, there is a deficiency in the phosphate for of calcium. If the teeth have fillings or cavities, this is because they are deficient in the colloid phosphate form of calcium and fluoride. Women that have not been provided the proper mineral during the pregnancy will lose the mineral from their mineral ‘storehouses,’ starting with their teeth, as nature will give priority for the fetus and draw the mineral for its formation and development. This is why so many women remark their teeth went bad after they had children.” (Biological Ionization as Applied to Human Nutrition, p. 166).
Reams raised his children on as much high brix nutrient dense foods as his family could grow and supplemented their diet with Mincol. The results: they never had a single cavity or missed a day of school.
It strikes me that this colloid complex by itself, other key benefits of high brix nutrient dense foods aside, can substantially improve upon Ramiel Nagel’s program for improving dental health, as described in his excellent book Cure Tooth Decay. And at bare minimum the substantially higher content of calcium and trace minerals in such food will by themselves have an impact on oral health, among other things. Some of Ramiel’s observations such as going very easy on fruits or consuming sweeteners once every several weeks may well become unnecessary or can be substantially modified. You might ask how come?
For one thing, within the practice of RBTI for human health , the health program created by Carey Reams, one of the pioneers in the nutrient dense farming field, there exist different patterns of health imbalances, certain people have a low brix pattern, which can loosely be termed hypoglycemic. For information on what brix is, please see
. In RBTI, the brix of the urine is taken and there are certain ranges which indicate it is too low, too high, and just right. Part of the RBTI recommendations for such people call for consuming water with freshly squeezed lemon on a specific schedule to move the brix number in a range that indicates good health and to add a wholesome sweetener to their water such as Rapadura, molasses, maple syrup, date sugar, sorghum syrup or coconut sugar.They will likely be recommended to consume a green drink sweetened with fresh fruit or sweet vegetable juice. Fruits of all kinds are strongly recommended in this pattern in general. Sweet wine will likely be suitable for this pattern. Doing all of this we aim to get the brix to the right level for good health. Oddly enough, taking Mincol, balancing the brix and doing the rest of the RBTI program will improve the teeth. The density will increase and the teeth will start to remineralize. The gums will improve, something I could not get going with Ramiel’s program in terms of nutrition. “Min-Col will help the gums under store-bought teeth,” said Dr. Carey Reams (Alphabetical Resource Manual, p. 26). This contradicts Ramiels claim of him seeing many people have teeth problems from eating fruits and unrefined sweeteners. Perhaps the compound colloid addition makes eating fruit and wholesome sweeteners fine.
With the above in mind, eating high brix nutrient dense foods will most certainly augment Ramiel’s program.
Ramiel, we will see what type of effect high brix nutrient dense sweeteners will have on the teeth when I get some maple syrup growers to produce nutrient dense farmed syrup.