STUARTCBRANDT wrote:I think I read here something about bleeding gums.
I think I read about Lysine or VC causing bleeding gums, was it the lysine or the VC that caused this, I have a hard time believing VC or Lysine would do this, does Vc cause the blood to thin or maybe the combination of the two Lysine and VC.
Mercury amalgam fillings will also do this as well as promote further destruction of the teeth and gums.
Clever how the American Dental Association continues to still promote mercury as "safe" when it is known they have financial interests in the mercury metal business instead of being non biased.
Mercury is not safe. It is the most toxic metal on the planet. It causes more damage to the body than you can imagine. It furthers the destruction of the gums.
It promotes more business for the dental industry.
Remove it if you have it by a bio dentist and replace with composite.