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Nutrition
is at the core of
everything your body
does for you.

From health to sickness,
from energy to lethargy,
from happiness to depression –
the necessary nutrients your cells
receive or do not receive affect
everything about you. If only one cell
in your body is deprived, it slowly affects
the rest of you.

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How should you
clean your teeth?
Let me count the ways!
When I was a kid
going to the dentist,
my dentist always told me
I had to brush harder.
What did that mean?
When my family moved to another city,
my new dentist told me totally different
things about brushing my teeth.
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Dr. Danenberg Featured On
Primal Example Podcast

Alvin H. Danenberg, DDS Nutritional Periodontist
July 5, 2017

 

 

Primal Example PodcastJoe Condora, Jr. and Amber Lowry interviewed me for their podcast, Primal Example Podcast.

 

Primal Example has a vision to combine ancestral health with modern advancements. Their podcasts strive to provide their listeners with evidence based ancestral health techniques to promote optimal health.

 

Both Joe and Amber believe that by combining the nutrition, rest, bonding, and movement patterns of our primal ancestors with modern day advancements, we can achieve optimal gene expression, prevent or reverse disease, and live a vibrant life. Primal Example shies away from a dogmatic, one-size-fits-all health approach and instead promotes an individualistic health approach that can be implemented by anyone at any stage of his or her lifelong health journey.

 

In the interview, Joe, Amber, and I talked about what brought me to where I am today. Their interview style was refreshing because I didn’t know in advance what they were going to talk about. I loved the challenge and enjoyed their passion.

 

Unfortunately, I misspoke in the recording. I mentioned the word “folate” when I referred to the oral bacteria on the tongue and the eventual production of nitric oxide. I meant to say, “nitrate” instead of “folate.” My error! Sorry.

 

We recorded the interview several weeks ago, but the podcast was published on Monday, July 3, 2017. The interview is titled, Oral Myth Busting. My portion of the interview starts at the 6:50 minute mark. Click HERE to listen to the interview from their podcast. The actual interview of me lasts about 57 minutes.

 

 

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