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digested coconut oil attacks tooth decay bacteria Posted 3 September 2012 Digested coconut oil is able to attack the bacteria that cause tooth decay. It is a natural antibiotic that could be incorporated into commercial dental care products, say scientists at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT). The team from AIT tested the antibacterial action of coconut oil in its natural state and coconut oil that had been treated with enzymes, in a process similar to digestion. The oils were tested against strains of Streptococcus bacteria which are common inhabitants of the mouth. They found that enzyme-modified coconut oil strongly inhibited the growth of most strains of Streptococcus bacteria including Streptococcus mutans – an acid-producing bacterium that is a major cause of tooth decay.

How to Make / Create Your Own Website: The Beginner's A-Z Guide to Starting a Website The essential step by step guide on how to set up a website by Christopher Heng, thesitewizard.com This tutorial shows you how to make or create a website. It is intended for the beginner and layperson, taking you step by step through the whole process from the very beginning. It makes very few assumptions about what you know (other than the fact that you know how to surf the Internet, since you're already reading this article on the Internet). Make your own Laundry Detergent The following Content was Provided by www.Budget101.com "Digging yourself out of debt, when all you have is a spoon" Here is an amazingly simple Do It Yourself detergent that doesn't leave any residue on clothing, gets nearly every stain known to man out the first time around and smells clean and fresh- oh and did I mention that it costs about $1.76 for 128 loads of laundry? Since our teen son started working at a fast food restaurant, this has become our most-loved detergent recipe. His clothing was so saturated with heavy french fry and onion ring grease scent that even washing them in TIDE didn't take out the horrendous smell. I whipped up a half gallon of this detergent and washed his clothes while he was at school- he thought I'd gotten a new shirt from his boss at work!

Silver in Microfiber Cloths: 5 Things You Should Know About Norwex Antibac Microfiber There’s a lot of confusion over how Norwex Antibac microfiber cloths work and what exactly the silver does. All Norwex microfiber works amazingly to clean surfaces and pick up dirt and bacteria, but here are 5 things you should know about your Antibac cloths: The Microfiber Cloth cleans your house (or car, or boat…) and the silver agent cleans your microfiber cloth!

The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism Special Features Clinical Review: Vitamin D Supplementation and Risk of Toxicity in Pediatrics: A Review of Current Literature April 01, 2014 | Maria G. Vogiatzi, Elka Jacobson-Dickman, and Mark D. DeBoer

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The INTJ Explained I recently had something of a minor existential breakdown, or experienced the beginning of a big one that I managed to ward off before it got too bad. As a result, I became largely absent from tumblr in general for several days, for my own mental health. Then I had a business conference to attend, which took up the better part of a week. How to clean your house with only 1 product When it comes to household products, whether it's toothpaste or window cleaner, I'll readily admit to being a pragmatist. The product has to work, first and foremost. If it doesn't, I don't care how natural or sweet-smelling or biodegradable it is, nor how much the manufacturer boosts wages in developing nations. That's all great stuff, but what's the point if the product doesn't get the job done?

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