“If you won’t eat your toothpaste, then don’t put it in your mouth!”

Strong words from the Good-Gums creator, Isabelle Dunkeson there!

Isabelle Dunkeson, the creator of our herbal tooth and gum formula Good-Gums, is a huge advocate of natural health care, especially natural oral health care.

We’ve written many many articles about all the harmful ingredients in toothpaste because we believe that it’s important information that people know about, especially those who are experiencing gum issues. 

With over 80% of American adults suffering from gum disease, it’s obvious that what people are doing just isn’t working. Isabelle is certain that the reason for such high numbers of people experiencing gum disease is…..toothpaste!

Most of us may have heard of the many harmful ingredients that most mainstream kinds of toothpaste use, but even the “natural” kinds of toothpaste from health food stores contribute to gum problems. This is because they contain an ingredient called glycerin, which forms an invisible coating over the teeth and gums and doesn’t let nature work. 

Toothpaste is a fairly new invention and up until the early to mid-20th century, we were all using natural tooth powder. Isabelle’s intention is to start by bringing people back to the raw, basic, and simple ingredients that were used before artificial ingredients and harmful chemicals were added to what most people clean their teeth with today. And then Isabelle incorporated healing herbs to supercharge the restoration of gum health.

“Whatever goes into your mouth goes into your mucous membrane. And whatever you put into your mucus membrane goes into your system and your liver has to detoxify. Fluoride is toxic. Tricosolan is toxic. Propylene glycol is toxic. Parabens, artificial sweeteners, and sulfates – all toxic. Read the ingredients folks. If you can’t eat your toothpaste, don’t put it in your mouth.”

Isabelle Dunkeson

On a mission to re-empower people to their own body’s innate power to heal itself, Isabelle urges people to “give teeth a chance”; if we can trust our body’s ability to heal itself and let nature do its thing, we will see significant improvements. 

This is about thinking differently and being courageous enough to try something new.  By choosing to use a product packed full of ingredients that encourage our cells to repair and regenerate, we are making a choice to trust in our body’s natural ability to heal itself and let nature do the work.

We get it. The sweet, sticky consistency of toothpaste is rather appealing, isn’t it? But it’s this sticky consistency that contributes to most of your dental issues.

“We’ve got to ‘give up the paste‘ if we want a healthy mouth.”

Good-Gums herbal tooth powder can transform your oral health 

Good-Gums is something a little different from what most folks are used to. It’s something that may initially look, smell, and taste, as Isabelle admits, “weird at first,” but she asks that people “just try it and see” before judging. The results are proving to be quite miraculous for some customers and many customers have claimed their bleeding gums have stopped bleeding within a week or two—some have even said overnight!

Good-Gums brings us back to basics and is so simple in its formula that it’s hard to believe it has such a powerful healing effect on our gums. Isabelle says that it’s not just about the specific ingredients that make Good-Gums so effective, “it’s the synergy of these ingredients together that make it work so well”.

Isabelle’s courage and trust in her own body’s ability to heal itself is inspiring people to think differently and to become more aware of what their bodies need.

Good-Gums all-natural tooth and gum powder is made with 100% natural ingredients that are completely safe to ingest. 

If you’d like to read the full story of how Good-Gums saved one of our customers Barabra Jackson’s mouth, click here.

Click here to try Good-Gums. 

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