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It’s Time to Save BIG on TheraBreath!!

Monday, April 14th, 2014

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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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National Diabetes Month

Monday, November 25th, 2013

550152_84366311November is National Diabetes Month, which helps raise awareness for people who face the day-to-day struggles of the disease. If you’re a diabetic, you likely keep an eye on your diet and nutrition. Diabetics are more at risk for a variety of different conditions, especially dental health problems, including gum diseasedry mouth, tooth decay and oral infections. In fact, people with diabetes are twice as likely to develop gum disease than those with normal glucose function.

During this month, the American Diabetes Association wants to put the ever-growing disease in the national spotlight. At the beginning of November, they asked people to submit a personal image to the association’s Facebook mosaic demonstrating what “A Day in the Life of Diabetes” means to them. If you or anyone you know has diabetes, you already understand how life-changing the condition can be. According to the association, almost 26 million children and adults in the U.S. have diabetes. Another 79 million Americans have prediabetes, or impaired glucose tolerance, and are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes.

Raising awareness of diabetes
Diabetes is a chronic disease which affects how the body breaks down sugar, or glucose, which is the brain’s main source of fuel. Normally, insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas, keeps blood glucose in check. However, those who have diabetes experience insulin resistance, which results in high levels of blood sugar.

There are three main variations of the disease: type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes. Totaling 90 to 95 percent of all new cases worldwide, type 2 is by far the most common form of diabetes.

So, where does the health of your mouth enter the picture? Diabetes can lead to a spectrum of dental issues, with gum disease and dry mouth at the forefront.

Gum disease
Though periodontal disease, or gum disease, is regarded as a complication of diabetes, the connection is a two-way street; diabetics are more prone to gum disease, and in turn, gum disease can influence the development of diabetes.

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Check Out a New Infographic on Periodontal Disease and Cures for Gingivitis

Thursday, April 5th, 2012


Gum disease is much more common than you might think, and it can lead to major health problems like diabetes and heart disease.

Oral Health vs. Overall Health by 1Dental

Infographic: Oral Health vs. Overall Health by 1Dental.com

It’s not so tough to think about bad breath, ruminate on gum disease or visualize the specialty cures for gingivitis. But can you do it all at once? It might help to have a nice infographic to look at, which is exactly what the folks at 1Dental have made.

The handy chart covers a lot of the bases that we regularly discuss here at TheraBreath. However, if you think it’s only about halitosis and the occasional oral-odor-related faux pas, you’re in for a surprise.

The fact is, gum disease, periodontitis and other serious oral health problems can do much more than foul up your breath. They can also increase your risk for some dire chronic illnesses, making cures for gingivitis more critical than ever.

For starters, the infographic notes that as many as one-half of all Americans have some level of gum disease, while a smaller fraction – between 5 and 10 percent – have serious gingivitis, or even periodontal disease.

As is immediately obvious when you take a peek at the page, these gum diseases come with some nasty baggage:

- People with periodontitis are four times more likely to develop pneumonia, compared to those without the gum condition.

- Fully 95 percent of people with diabetes have periodontal disease!

- Gum disease can contribute to lung infections and chronic pulmonary conditions.

- Mothers-to-be with periodontal disease have a sevenfold greater chance of giving birth prematurely or having an underweight baby.

Check out the infographic for more in that vein, as well as for ways to improve your dental health and avoid gum disease. The risks associated with periodontal disease are some of the very reasons that we’ve been recommending PerioTherapy for years. By fighting bad breath and attending to your gum health today, you may be able to avoid serious risks tomorrow.

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Walgreens Limited Time Sale on TheraBreath Multi Symptom Probiotics!

Thursday, April 7th, 2011

Wow, I just found out that Walgreens is having an AMAZING special on Probiotics…. but only until this Saturday, so you must HURRY!

Yesterday I posted an article all about the benefits of my new TheraBreath Multi-Symptom Probiotics, however I just stopped by my local Walgreens last night, and I discovered that they are having an AMAZING special right now!

TheraBreath Multi-Symptom Probiotics are usually sold at Walgreens for anywhere from $25 – $28, however right now, they are on sale for only $19.99, PLUS you get a $10 “same as cash” coupon you can use for anything else you buy at Walgreens. This means that you can pickup a box of TheraBreath Multi-Symptom Probiotics for only $9.99!

However here’s the catch – it looks like this special is only good for TWO MORE DAYS (until this Saturday), so you’ll need to hurry…. so stop by your local Walgreens an pickup a box of my new TheraBreath Multi-Symptom Probiotics at a HUGE discount. But do it soon as the last day to receive this discount is Saturday, April 9th.

To find a Walgreens near you, use our retail locator at http://www.therabreath.com/loc_retail.asp.

Yours in good oral health,

Harold Katz, DDS

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Want to Know How to Save 50% or More On Probiotics?

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Last week we let you know that we have made a MAJOR IMPROVEMENT to TheraBreath Probiotics AND have made them a LOT LESS EXPENSIVE at the same time.

Our new TheraBreath Multi Symptom Probiotics are the only oral care probiotics in the world with patented BLIS K12 and BLIS M18 beneficial bacteria. If you have used our Aktiv-K12 Probiotics for fresh breath you already know how incredibly effective the BLIS K12 Probiotic ingredient is for reducing bad breath and improving overall oral cavity health. Now, our TheraBreath Multi Symptom Probiotics blend the proven effectiveness of BLIS K12 with the newly discovered strain of BLIS M18 in order to help your body resist tooth decay, plaque buildup, tooth staining, biofilm, ear ache, sore throats, sensitive teeth, and other oral and throat issues.

Together, these two beneficial bacteria help to provide your mouth with broad spectrum protection against many common oral and throat concerns. Best of all, using our new product is easy. You brush with the included Toothpaste, then simply mix a little package of TheraBreath Multi Symptom Probiotics with water. Then rinse and gargle. You do this every day for a week (twice on day one and twice on day seven) to attempt to colonize your oral cavity with beneficial bacteria. Once colonies are established, you should see the benefits of these remarkable probiotic bacteria rather quickly. You should expect fewer cavities, fresher breath, whiter teeth, reduction in gumand tooth sensitivity, and less frequent sore throat and ear ache incidents for those people who have a tendency to experience them. It may sound too good to be true but believe me it’s not. We’ve spent almost 10 years developing this break-through blend of Probiotics and have been successful way beyond our expectations. If you want to know more about the science behind the product, I encourage you to visit our PROBITIC RESEARCH PAGE or download our PROBIOTIC TREATMENT GUIDE and read more.

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