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The Latest TheraBreath Blog Reviews and Giveaways

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

“I hope not many of you have experienced metallic tastes in your mouth, but I have and it’s not a good thing. Knowing this rinse uses the odor-obliterating power of OXYD-8 for treating bad breath, stopping halitosis and eliminating sour, bitter and metallic tastes in your mouth makes it a must for me.” That’s Barbara of Barbara’s Beat is discussing our TheraBreath Oral Rinse in her review and giveaway. Did Barbara dig the other two products she tried from us? Go here to find out and enter her giveaway. Barbara’s Beat is a blog that covers reviews, giveaways, savings, tips and family life.

Did you know that many of our TheraBreath products are approved for diabetics? Yes they are! The Diabetic Snacker is all a “healthy eating food blog” that also covers “family friendly reviews, diabetes tips, giveaways, parent reviews, blogging resources and tips.” Barb, the blog’s owner has posted her review and giveaway for TheraBreath. Check it out here to find out what Barb thought of our products and why not enter her free TheraBreath giveaway while you’re there?

Colleen, the owner of Finding our way home opens up about her daughter Kennedy in her TheraBreath review and giveaway. “I mostly wanted to try the TheraBreath brand with Kennedy.  Kennedy does not eat anything by mouth anymore and gets very bad breath.  She has a hard time with toothpastes because they get so foamy and that makes her anxious as she is afraid of swallowing it and can not spit it out.  In the past I have been using a mouthwash on her toothbrush but it never has really taken care of the bad breath.  Plus so many are so strong of flavors (even the children’s) that I have to dilute them.” Find out if we were able to help Kennedy by reading the entire post here. Colleen is always hosting a giveaway so head over to Finding our way home to enter their TheraBreath giveaway too.

Teresa over at FunFritzFamily has a family that was perfect to have review (and giveaway) our TheraBreath products. Teresa often has dry mouth due to medications. Her husband also has what she calls “that nasty sinus breath”. Read the entire review here to find out if we gave any relief to her family and why not enter her TheraBreath giveaway too? Here’s a little about Teresa “Wife of a great man, mother of 4 adult kids and grandmother of 10 adorable grandchildren. Besides my family, my passion is now doing product reviews and giveaways. I love to give my opinion!” There are tons of great posts at FunFritzFamily so pay them a visit.

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EPA Calls for Reduction in Fluoride in Drinking Water

Monday, March 7th, 2011

For decades, fluoride has been added to drinking water helping to prevent cavities and fight halitosis and tooth decay in the United States. Recently the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have officially stated that only the minimum requirements of fluoride should be added to drinking water, reducing the current amount.

Along with our water supply, fluoride is found in many oral care products. According to the EPA, fluoride is used to prevent tooth decay by slowing the loss of tooth enamel. Just a small amount between 0.7 and 1.2 milligrams is effective. The EPA and HHS are now suggesting the acceptable level of fluoride in drinking water should be at the minimum of 0.7 milligrams per liter.

The reason for this change is the increasing amount of fluoride that is available through dental cleanings, oral care products such as toothpaste, and tap water.

One of the results of tooth decay is bad breath. When halitosis is prevalent, fluoride in drinking water may do little to help with curing bad breath. While it is important to be hydrated to avoid dry mouth, maintaining a healthy oral care routine is very important. TheraBreath products are guaranteed to stop bad breath. After all, if just drinking water eliminated bad breath and cavities, dentists would be out of business!

Also consider trying an oral care probiotic that can help your body’s ability to resist cavities, sore throats, ear infections, tonsil stones, bad breath and more.

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Tonsillolith

Friday, September 4th, 2009

Tonsillolith Dr Katz discusses tonsilloliths, better known as tonsil stones. Learn about the causes, symptoms, and cures and get rid of your tonsil stones today!

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