Warning: Your Oral Health Could Be Increasing Your Chances of Cancer, Stroke, Heart Disease, Diabetes and Other Inflammatory Diseases Even if you brush, floss and rinse regularly Inside Your Mouth - Your Life, Dr. Jean-Max Jean-Pierre guides you on a journey to discover the relationship between your oral health and your overall health, demonstrating the holistic priority of your oral health. Even if you think your mouth is in the best shape possible, you will be surprised to find out what you are missing and Dr. Jean-Pierre provides a wealth of evidence. The science cannot lie. According to a 2012 Centers for Disease Control study, in the USA, gum disease affects 56.4% of men, 38.4% of women, and 64.2% of smokers. He will show you the connection between oral health and the deadly diseases that negatively affect people every day such as heart disease, stroke, arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, cancer and more. Going to the dentist twice a year and brushing your teeth a few times a day isn't enough. Dr. Jean-Pierre will walk you through the process to create an individualized oral health plan, one that is tailored for you, your body, your current conditions and your needs. Very few other books provide such in-depth walkthroughs. Inside you will discover: How to take control of your periodontal healthWhy seeking care of a periodontal specialist could save your lifeHow to fight oral inflammation is key to increasing your expectancyWhy twice a year dental visits just isn't enoughIf you're suffering from systemic disease, how others have improved their health and lifeHow to reduce your chances of cancer, heart disease, diabetes and strokeAnd more With so many fighting these diseases - and so many more at risk, you owe it to yourself to read this short book. Scroll up and hit the buy button now.
About the Author
Dr. Jean-Max Jean-Pierre is a periodontal specialist, certified health coach and speaker. His family's health crises motivated him to help others get healthy, not only when it comes to their mouths, but in a holistic sense. His goals and desires have led him to become an advocate for good oral health as a vehicle for heightening our awareness about oral health and systemic health. Similarly, the focus of my work is to educate people on how they can use periodontal assessments and treatment as tools to gauge and improve the state of their overall health.