Coconut oil is better for teeth than toothpaste

Have you heard about the benefits of coconut oil consumption? Undoubtedly, the bioproduct has been used in cooking more and more often in recent years, but it is also an effective cosmetic remedy. And according to scientists at the Institute of Technology in Atlion, Ireland, it’s much better to clean teeth than paste.

Several studies have shown that respiratory problems, heart disease, dementia, and others cause tooth decay. According to Irish specialists, coconut oil is the perfect way to improve oral hygiene.

The product is known for its antibacterial properties. They prevent the development of bacteria in the oral cavity and toxins that lead to tooth decay and plaque buildup.

According to Dr. Damian Brady, who heads the study in the institute in question, an enzyme in coconut oil turns it into a product for dental hygiene. Also against the background of antibiotic resistance, this is a new way to cope with microbial infections in the mouth.

Ordinary toothpastes contain aspartame, fluoride, sodium lauryl sulphate, triclosan, and others, which may have a negative impact on thyroid function. Therefore cleaning the teeth with the natural product in question is much more useful.

To test the effect of coconut oil, put a spoon well melted into your mouth early in the morning, right after getting up. Make a nice frown, then spit. This will remove bacteria and toxins from the mouth that can lead to hormonal imbalance.

You can make homemade pasta with coconut oil as blends:

1 spoonful and half coconut oil; 
2-3 tablespoons soda for bread; 
10-15 drops of lemon juice.