Weight Control and Fitness Helps Reduce Gum Disease: A recent study published in the Journal of Periodontology found that those individuals with the lowest Body Mass Index, a measure of body fat, and the highest levels of fitness, had the lowest rates of severe periodontitis.
Fish For Your Smile: A recent study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Nutrition And Dietetics found that those who consumed a higher amount of the omega-3 called DHA were less likely to have periodontal disease.
Oral Health and Heart Disease: Numerous studies suggest that periodontal disease can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease by increasing whole-body inflammation. In addition to improved dental hygiene, dietary and lifestyle changes can also help decrease inflammation levels.
In this full-day program, health promotion expert David Meinz shows dental audiences how to add years to their life and life to their years. Including:
Dental professionals will discover how to power-up both oral and total health in today’s fast-paced lifestyle and how to help their patients do the same.
“You're the only speaker we have ever brought back twice. After the first seminar 90% requested we bring you back again. We received comments that it was information they could use in their daily lives...very entertaining...and very energetic.”
Dr. Lee Beasley, Endodontist, Oklahoma City, OK
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