Have plans after dinner?

April 24th, 2014

So let’s say you have some hot plans for after dinner, but dinner included a caesar salad and a plate of pasta. Maybe even a little red wine? Face it – your breath is not going to do you any favors in the romance department. It’s not exactly rocket science. Most romantic dinners will give anyone serious halitosis.

The thing is, bad breath is really easy to stop before it takes control of that after-dinner situation. Just use TheraBreath in the morning and again before bedtime for 24 hours of bad breath protection. That way you can enjoy your dinner – not smell like it all night.

By the way, if you happen to be out of TheraBreath there is a huge sale going on right now.

Click here for TheraBreath's Bonus Pak Sale

For personal help, call 1-800-973-7374 TODAY and mention code BPAPR14EM3
(Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm PDT)

* $25 additional surcharge per Bonus Pak on orders shipped to Mexico.
† BONUS PAK items are available while in-stock only. There are no rain checks available. First come, first served.

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Save 65% on TheraBreath Right from Your Phone

April 19th, 2014

Why do more than half the people buying stuff online buying it on their phones? Because it’s easier.

Fire up your web browser, go to a mobile site, and click a few keys - BOOM! - you just bought diapers and bbq sauce before the commercial break was even over.

We want to make getting your oral care products that simple. That’s why we spent three months putting together a brand new TheraBreath mobile site that’s quick and easy to use. Best of all, you can now use the TheraBreath mobile site to shop the Bonus Pak Sale right from your phone.

If you are reading this on your mobile device, please give our new mobile site a spin. You can save yourself 65% on all the oral care products your family needs…and be done before the end of the next commercial break.

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For personal help, call 1-800-973-7374 TODAY and mention code BPAPR14EM2
(Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm PDT)

* $25 additional surcharge per Bonus Pak on orders shipped to Mexico.
† BONUS PAK items are available while in-stock only. There are no rain checks available. First come, first served.

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It’s Time to Save BIG on TheraBreath!!

April 14th, 2014

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Hi there -

The TheraBreath Bonus Pak Sale takes place two to three times per year and is by far our most popular promotion. During the Bonus Pak Sale you can get as much as 65% OFF what you usually spend for TheraBreath premium fresh breath, gum health, and dry mouth products.

Our Bonus Paks are designed to stretch your dollar on the TheraBreath items you use the most:

Bonus Pak A features our most popular TheraBreath products that millions of people use to prevent bad breath and relieve unpleasant dry mouth.

Bonus Pak C includes our most powerful TheraBreath PLUS extra strength formula to treat stubborn or persistent halitosis (bad breath).

Bonus Pak E features our PerioTherapy Gum Health formula to heal and prevent painful, irritated, or bleeding gums.

Bonus Pak L includes a selection of our advanced Probiotic products designed to maintain your oral health and strenghten your body’s natural defenses to certain germs.

PLUS:
During the Bonus Pak Sale, shipping is on us — you don’t pay a cent.
We will get it to you at no charge even if you live in Canada or Mexico!

But what really makes this sale so insanely popular is THIS ADDITIONAL BONUS: Every Bonus Pak you buy during the sale comes with up to $177 in additional BONUS ITEMS — It’s an unbelievable offer! But dont wait to take advantage of it today — it is here for an extremely limited time. Make sure you don’t miss this chance to get up to 65% on everything you need for oral health from TheraBreath.

Shop our Bonus Pak Sale now

For personal help, call 1-800-973-7374 TODAY and mention code BPAPR14EM1
(Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm PDT)

* $25 additional surcharge per Bonus Pak on orders shipped to Mexico.
† BONUS PAK items are available while in-stock only. There are no rain checks available. First come, first served.

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Slimmest and Fattest Cities in US

April 10th, 2014

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A new Gallup poll has revealed the cities in the U.S. with the most obese populations. For the third year in a row, the city with the lowest obesity rate in the U.S. continues to be in Boulder, Colo., at 12.4 percent. As for large communities with a population of more than 1 million, Memphis had the highest rate at 31.9 percent. 

As health officials have pointed out, diet affects not only your waistline, but your mouth as well. After consuming food and beverages, your body processes their nutrition and supplies the body with energy, but some of the food particles linger on teeth and gums, causing problems like cavities, gingivitis and bad breath.

Nationwide, the obesity rate jumped to 27.1 percent in 2013, the highest Gallup and Healthways have recorded since tracking started in 2008. Obesity is measured by calculating a person’s body mass index (BMI) score, which takes into account height and weight. BMI scores of 30 or more are considered obese.

The fittest major U.S. communities were Denver-Aurora, Colo., San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, Calif., and San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, Calif., whereas the fattest communities were Memphis, Tenn., San Antonio, Texas, and Richmond, Va.

The data reflects the state level results for 2013, which discovered that West Virginia and Mississippi were the most obese states, while Montana and Colorado were the least obese. Three areas in Colorado – Boulder, Fort Collins-Loveland and Denver-Aurora – ranked among the communities with the 10 lowest obesity rates. Colorado is famous for its outdoor recreation and natural landscape, so these results may not be that surprising.

According to the Journal of American Medicine (JAME), more than one-third of U.S. adults (34.9 percent) are obese. No state has met the goal of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Healthy People 2010 initiative to lower obesity prevalence to 15 percent. Only one U.S. metropolitan area has hit the target.

Connection between obesity and oral health problems
Obesity can affect a person’s oral health in two main ways. First, it impacts your diet with what you consume and how often you consume it, which can result in a higher risk of tooth decay. Chowing down on foods with a lot of sugar builds plaque on your teeth – the starting point of most oral health problems for kids and adults.

Secondly, obesity can lead to an increased risk of gum disease. Studies have indicated that the more obese a person is, the higher their chances are of developing gum disease.

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CDC: 1 in 25 US Hospital Patients Acquire Infections

April 2nd, 2014

US Hospital Patients Infections Halitosis

According to new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in 25 patients in U.S. hospitals came down with an infection while in care units in 2011.

In the last decade, these antibiotic-resistant infections have become increasingly prevalent. Patients acquired around 721,800 infections at hospitals that year. Of those, about 75,000 died, according to the CDC.

The report comes after a swarm of news stories have detailed the rise in what experts have called “superbugs.” This type of bacteria carries genes that enable them to survive against widely used antibiotics. Basically, these superbugs no longer respond to oral antibiotics.

“Even though we’ve had great success nationally, there still are pockets of hospitals that have rates of infection that are several times the national average,” Dr. Peter Pronovost, director of the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality at Johns Hopkins Medicine, told CNN.

The recent statistic is particularly scary, as hospitals are generally considered a place where patients go to improve their conditions, not the opposite.

As you know, a healthy body is inextricably linked to a healthy mouth. So, what happens to your immune system - including these infections – can impact the health of your mouth, leading to halitosis, among other things.

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