Monday, March 16, 2009

ProNamel Keeps Teeth Youthful And Re-Hardens Enamel

If you like to eat and drink, well, let's face it, your teeth are constantly under attack.

It's all those delicious acidic foods and drinks that we enjoy every day:

Sodas. Fruit. Orange juice. Wine. Etc.

pH Range
3.5 - 3.9
2.8 - 4.0
3.7 - 4.7
2.4 - 3.3
Tea (black)
2.3 - 3.8
2.7 - 3.5

And then, of course, brushing your teeth wears away the softened enamel. Abrasive brushing is the worst thing you can do. And soon, the very bottom of your teeth take on an almost clear appearance. You can just about 'see through' them.

We are very interested in trying Sensodyne ProNamel. The paste is specially designed to re-harden your teeth's enamel. Keeps teeth youthful. Has fluoride for cavity protection. Guards against further acid erosion. Minimizes tooth sensitivity.

"Sensodyne® ProNamel™ can't reverse any dental problems already caused by acid wear. But it can harden your enamel and help to protect it from further damage," according to the website,

By the way, you can always resort to sipping your acidic drinks through a straw. That helps, too.

PronNamel costs about $5.49 at drugstores.


Been said...


Natural Home- Made Beauty Care Sunscreen
Make a paste of a pinch of turmeric, one teaspoon of red sandalwood powder and gram flour powder. Use this paste as a soap will bathing. This will reduce tanning as well as add glow to skin.

Natural Home Made Remedy for Bad Breath
There are some home remedies that may help. You'll find the solution in your kitchen.
1) Take one teaspoon each of coriander. Cumin seeds, cardamom powder, and rock salt. Boil this mixture in water (one liter) till it reduces. Cool and use this to gargle at least three times a' day.
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Been said...


Almonds Pudding (BADAM PHIRNI)

Labels: Sweets


2 Cups milk
2 tbsp. Rice
3 tbsp. Sugar
1/4th Cup blanched almonds (sliced)
1 tsp. Green cardamom (crushed)
1/2 tsp Kewra essence
Silver or gold foil paper (varak)


Soak rice in water for few hours, then drain water and grind rice into a smooth paste.
In a non-stick saucepan bring milk. Over a moderatly low heat add rice, sugar and cardamom and stir constantly till milk turns thick.
Remove from heat and add almonds.
Put in serving bowl and chill.
Garnish with silver or gold foil paper (varak) and serve.

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