#LivingTo100: Ease Gingivitis with Coenzyme Q10, Coenzyme A and Baking Soda

#LivingTo100: Ease Gingivitis with Coenzyme Q10, Coenzyme A and Baking Soda

Gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) is the early stage of periodontal disease. It is caused by plaque, sticky deposits of bacteria, mucus, and food particles that adhere to the teeth. The plaque causes gums to become infected and swollen. When this happens, the gums become red, shiny, and bleed easily. In some cases, there is pain but gingivitis can also be painless.

Gingivitis affects 75% of Americans over the age of 35 and is responsible for 70% of adult tooth loss.

Baking soda?

Brushing with baking soda after brushing with your toothpaste will alkalinize the gums, temporarily discouraging bacteria from developing.

Coenzyme Q10?

Coenzyme Q10 provides energy needed for gum cell growth and healing of gum tissue. Coenzyme A works effectively with Coenzyme Q10 to support the immune system’s detoxification of many dangerous substances.

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