This One Vegan Food Whitens Your Teeth
You may have tried many teeth whitening products and many teeth whitening methods to no avail. Maybe they left your mouth burning or they tasted terrible and maybe they didn't do a good enough job whitening your teeth. For all the teeth whitening products on the market, there is one natural and vegan teeth whitening method that not only whitens your teeth but improves your gum health too.
You may have heard of oil pulling – the viral trend of swishing coconut oil in your mouth and shaving twenty minutes off your daily life, only to have to spit it out. Who has the time to stand at a sink and swish for twenty minutes with coconut oil? Not you.
There is a more effective way to get your gums in tip-top shape while whitening your teeth. Coconut butter is an effective teeth whitening method that is really effective for healing bleeding gums, gingivitis and even periodontitis while whitening your teeth.
You may be thinking coconut butter and coconut oil are the same thing, but brushing with coconut butter is unlike coconut oil, in that coconut oil is made from the extracted fat of the coconut meat, whereas coconut butter includes the fibrous shreds of the coconut meat that have been made into a paste.
Did Someone Say Paste?
Coconut butter is the ultimate toothpaste that whitens your teeth while you sleep. After brushing and rinsing at night, simply brush your teeth again with the coconut butter allowing it to remain on the gums.
How Does Coconut Butter Whiten Teeth?
Coconut butter is high in lauric acid, which acts as a natural and gentle acid plaque and bacterial remover. The lauric acid in coconut butter helps to get rid of plaque and bacteria, which are major contributors to yellowing teeth. Lauric acid has proven anti-inflammatory and anti bacterial properties, which help to heal your gums.
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It is recommended to use a raw organic coconut butter for brushing your teeth. After brushing each night with the coconut butter, you should see a noticeable improvement in your gums within the first week. Over time, as you continue brushing with coconut butter you will begin to see your teeth whitening and your gum health improving.
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