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Skip the dentist – this one vitamin stops bleeding gums
Many people notice certain signs of poor gum health.
Bleeding gums is a very common thing for a lot of people. In some ways it could be reminiscent of scurvy.
Thinking of old stories of boats, scurvy and bleeding gums, I recently experimented and found that supplementing vitamin C is a reliable way to stop my own gums from bleeding.
So it got me interested in what’s happening, and how vitamin C could protect against gum disease.
A review by Tada and Miura established that there are definite benefits of taking supplemental vitamin C for gum diseases:
“The patients with a lower dietary intake or lower blood level of vitamin C showed a greater progression of periodontal disease than the controls. The intervention using vitamin C administration improved gingival bleeding in gingivitis, but not in periodontitis.” – Tada & Miura (2019)
This is an important finding because gingivitis is the first stage of the inflammatory process where the gums become swollen and start to bleed.
Left unchecked, this eventually leads to the destruction of gum soft tissue and the bone which supports teeth.
Clearly, “nipping” this issue in the bud with vitamin C supplementation may be the ideal preventative approach.
Serum vitamin C is lower in patients with periodontal disease:
“Plasma vitamin C was lower in periodontitis patients compared with controls” (8.3 and 11.3 mg/l, respectively, p = 0.03). – Kuzmanova et al. (2012)
Vitamin C appears to be an excellent tool to prevent the progression of gingivitis towards periodontitis, but may not be sufficient to treat the disease when it is in the latter stages.
It can probably slow its progression though.
Certain foods like citrus fruits including grapefruits have decent amounts of vitamin C, but it seems clear that higher doses are needed for therapeutic purposes.
A few grams of ascorbic acid powder can be dissolved in hot water and a little baking soda, and then mixed with juice, for easy absorption.
This dose can be repeated several times daily or until the gums stop being swollen and bleeding.
Too much vitamin C in the form of ascorbic acid can also have a laxative effect, so it’s important to find a dose which is comfortable and not too high.
Vitamin C is extremely safe and has been used intravenously in much larger doses than is even possible to absorb orally.
All in all, it seems like a very straightforward and useful therapy to improve oral health and prevent the progression of gum disease.
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Men: don’t waste your time with regular vitamin C — use Super C instead
The problem with regular vitamin C is that it doesn’t stay in the male body long enough to give any real benefits…
Because the body eliminates regular water soluble vitamin C in under 5 minutes.
You can tell by your urine. It will be bright yellow.
That’s why I use Super C instead — it’s fat soluble, so it lasts longer in the body.
So now it’s staying in the bloodstream for HOURS, not mere minutes.
And that allows it to penetrate and help cells in the brain, testes and all other organs in the male body.
So don’t waste time on regular vitamin C — use my Super C instead and get double or triple the benefits
CDC. Periodontal Disease.
Tada A, Miura H. The Relationship between Vitamin C and Periodontal Diseases: A Systematic Review. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019 Jul 11;16(14):2472.
Kuzmanova D., Jansen I.D., Schoenmaker T., Nazmi K., Teeuw W.J., Bizzarro S., Loos B.G., van der Velden U. Vitamin C in plasma and leucocytes in relation to periodontitis. J. Clin. Periodontol. 2012 doi: 10.1111/j.1600-051X.2012.01927.x.