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Gum Disease: Does Your Toothpaste Contain This Toxic Ingredient?

Every American must see this urgent video!

  • Michael DiSalvo - Health Editor

    January 19th, 2022 · 2 min read

  • Oregon State University scientists have recently made a disturbing discovery. An astounding 95% of the toothpastes on the market contains a toxic substance, though it does increase the shelf life of these products.

    Troubling, however, the main side effect that manufacturers don’t want you to know is that studies are now showing it leads to eventual, irreversible tooth decay!


    Click the link below to see the toothpastes (popular and "natural") that contain this ingredient and the details of the research. You may be using this chemical right now.

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