You may have been told to floss more, perhaps your gums bleed when you brush, or your teeth feel furry in the morning when you wake. These are signs you have plaque in your mouth, which can lead to cavities or dangerous gum problems.
The good news is Zellies Xylitol Mints can make your mouth healthier today, tomorrow, and possibly for years into the future. The secret is to end every meal, snack or drink with one or two Zellies Mints or a piece of Zellies Gum. Take this small step and see the difference. (Check out our recent article on “The Power of Xylitol: How Xylitol Works” for more information on how xylitol can improve oral health).
Zellies Cool Mint Mints taste almost exactly like an Altoid ® mint – but that is where the similarity ends. The sugar in regular breath mints feeds dangerous plaque bacteria – encouraging them to produce acids, toxins and cause dental damage.
For more information on oral health and xylitol, please visit all of Dr. Ellie’s web-sites:
Zellies.com – learn more & order your Zellies Xylitol & the Complete Mouth Care System
Dr. Ellie.com – a great resource for learning more about oral health & Dr. Ellie
Dr. E Oral Health Coaching – articles, resources and videos to help you learn more
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My passion is educating people about oral health. For decades I’ve worked with patients of all ages, in different countries, in high and low-risk communities, and from every walk of life. I’ve seen the same results over and over again –people who transformed their oral health – sometimes in days or weeks, even after they had suffered years of pain and frustration. It’s never too late, and my ways will give you the key to a lifetime of improved oral health
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