Discover How This
"Melty Candy" Reversed My Stabbing Jaw Pain for Good!

Kelsey Rodgers - Outdoorsy Grandma, Retired Realtor, and “Best Chef in the Family”!
Updated: November 22, 2022 - Read time - under 2 minutes
My Out of Control Gum Inflammation Almost Cost Me My Passion for Baking
I come from a long line of Austrian immigrants on my mother’s side…which means I’ve always been known for my soft, sugary, delicious pastries.

Cakes, strudels, cookies, pies – you name it, I bake it. And my family absolutely DEMANDS I bring my sweets to every holiday and get together.

But even though I always took excellent care of my teeth, something changed a few years back.
Even though my smile looked okay (at first) I started to get this sharp pain in my jaw every time I bit into one of my pastries. 

I tried limiting myself to only the softest foods – but no matter how soft it was it still felt like someone was driving needles into my gums!

Then It Got Worse…

My teeth started to lose their pearly whiteness and would even wobble in place like they were threatening to fall out.

And my breath turned so foul and acrid that my grandson asked my daughter if I could please stop kissing him on the cheek…

So of course I went to my dentist to find out what was wrong. Then he recommended me to a specialist who found a serious infection in my respiratory tract. 

Worst of all? The infection in my gums was starting to spread to my jaw bone… which meant if I couldn’t fix things soon, I would need extreme corrective surgery!

I thought the pain in my jaw was bad…until I saw the estimate!

To prepare for the worst, I asked the specialist to give me an estimate for the procedure.
 
When he showed me the number, I nearly passed out.
 
$5,659!!!
 
And if that wasn’t bad enough…he also warned me the procedure might not work the first time.
 
Which could mean even MORE expensive procedures down the line.
 
I felt hopeless as I sat there picturing my retirement fund dwindling to nothing.
 
But what choice did I have? None whatsoever... or so I thought.
 
Luckily, I had a chance encounter that changed my life.

And I discovered that my dental issues had little to do with my dental hygiene routine.

The primary cause of my failing gums and teeth was...

Termite-like bacteria buried deep within my gums, eating my roots and spreading throughout my nose, throat, and airways.
 
This SAME bacteria has also been linked to Alzheimer’s and dementia! 
 
And put me at risk for other inflammatory diseases like:
  • Diabetes
  • ​Cardiovascular Disease (CVD)
  • ​Arthritis and other Joint Diseases
  • ​​Allergies
  • ​​Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • ​​Psoriasis
  • ​Rheumatoid Arthritis

The very same disease that was threatening to destroy my smile and finances was also coming for my memory… and even my life.

I followed the simple daily routine and faster than I would have thought was possible
  • The pain in my jaw disappeared
  • My gums stopped bleeding and puffing up
  • My bad breath disappeared
  • ​​​My teeth felt "glued" into place
Plus, I could eat all my favorite foods again! (Even crunchy foods like peanut brittle…yum!)
 
I could eat what I wanted when I wanted. And I could kiss my husband or my grandchildren with confidence.
 
Simply by eating this “melty candy” every day, I was able to knock out the jaw pain, the bad breath, the wobbling teeth, and the respiratory issues in one fell swoop!
 
Now I’m back to the REAL Kelsey. The one who flashes a bright smile whenever I present a tray of fresh-baked sweets… and the one who chows down with the family when it’s time to eat!

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