Q&A...

in health •  2 months ago

I get questions daily on messenger , I will publish some Q&A from now on...

Q&A🍇

Q : “Hi Mariah. Some lamestreamer queried me today regarding fruit being to acidic for the teeth. He'd seen some documentary last night about dentists saying fruit juice in the morning and fruit in general is the worst thing for ur teeth. Do all the Dr morse crew have good teeth”?

A: Not everyone has good teeth, depends on their individual health status to begin with, & their method of transition over to a diet of fruits.

Many fruit eaters have great teeth & find their teeth improving on fruit diets.

It often depends on 2 factors:

  1. on their present internal condition combined with the quality of fruit they ingest... If fruit is picked green & unripe, (especially pineapples & oranges) they can be acidic or will have an acid ash residue within the body... if the fruit is picked ripe, it’s an amazing, alkaline fruit the way nature intended ... so quality of fruit is important & one of the biggest obstacles I find with living on fruits... Take a lemon for example, most think they are acidic (which they are outside), however, lemons have an alkaline Ash residue within the body (that’s what counts) ..
  2. The other factor is the status of ones internal health to begin with... if an individual deals with lymphatic constipation, acids & mucus trapped in the head area , & begins to eat a high fruit diet, these fruits hydrate & loosen waste & can cause those acids (already present) to drain, these acids can release too quickly, seeping into the gum area - causing issues & even decay of teeth overtime ... these acids being exposed or released, were already present within from previous diet of many years. In this case, it’s not the fruits fault, fruit exposes weaknesses, however, fruit will take the blame as the cause- which is not correct - so in a sense, yes, high fruit eating can expose acids, & those acids can cause eventual decay or teeth & gum issues ...

This why I feel having an Iridology reading beforehand to see if you are highly congested in head area can be helpful with determining if you need to take it slow with a transition diet to avoid this issue ...

We do have to be aware of the possibilities, & to not jump right in without knowing ... it’s pure misinformation to blame the fruit for teeth issues (unless your eating acidic / unripe fruit day in and day out) blame the years of ones previous diet because its that diet that created and was suppressing those acids from being released ...

An individual who develops teeth issues when eating fruits would eventually have to deal with teeth issues on just about any diet regardless, it’s just a matter of time, there’s no escaping that... your internal condition is what it is...

Ironically, if one sticks to fruits long enough, & they don’t get scared off from the symptoms of detoxification, one can heal holes or decay in teeth... takes time...I can say this because I had a small hole in one tooth that’s finally healed now ...

#Mariah 🍓 Heal Thy Self
Healthy Self...
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