The research is in! Oral health and total body health are directly related.
You work hard to eat right, exercise and get enough sleep, but are you neglecting the one very simple thing that could have huge pay-offs for your health? Are you keeping your mouth as clean as it could be?
There are more bacteria in your mouth than there are people on the planet… and your mouth is the gateway into the body. In recent years, doctors have found links between oral health and debilitating illness such as diabetes, heart disease, eating disorders, and more. Oral health is absolutely related to whole-body health!
- The Mayo Clinic: Oral Health: A window to your overall health
- American Academy of Periodontology: Life is less satisfying when living with gum disease
- American Academy for Oral Systemic Health: Oral Systemic FAQ
It also makes good common sense to maintain good oral health for strong overall health (not to mention healthy teeth and gums for their own sake!)
Besides, it only takes a few seconds, once a day, to include iClean into your healthy lifestyle. A simple swish could be the difference in having a mouth so clean that you can feel and taste the difference.
Half of American Adults Have Gum Disease… but how many know it?
If you’re a person over 30 years old, look over to the person next to you. Statistically one of you has periodontal (gum) disease… and one of every two other people you see will too.
The experts agree that the best way to prevent gum disease is by keeping your mouth as clean as possible: brush and floss your teeth every day, and have dental check-ups at least every 12 months.
Want to go beyond the basics?
Swish 1 teaspoon of iClean in your mouth once per day. It’s also great to use when you don’t have time to brush or floss.