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Thursday, May 28, 2015

Foods for a Healthy Confident Smile-Dr. Bob

Eggs, Onions and Garlic

Eggs, onions and garlic source of sulfur for strong tissues.

You know it is crazy amazing how you eat things your whole life and they are just simply apart of what you do and yet, you never know the role they can play in your health and well being.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Foods for a Healthy Confident Smile-Dr. Bob

Foods for a Healthy Confident Smile

Ginger and Celery

Ginger root for a healthy digestion and great breath and celery [is] a source of minerals.

Wow again 2 foods I actually like are healthy for a confident smile that I was unaware of.  I will have to incorporate more of these items as I never knew that they contributed to this part of the body.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Foods for a Healthy Confident Smile-Dr. Bob


Kale provides a natural source of calcium for strong teeth structure.

Whoo Hoo now we are talkin!  I love Kale!  There are so many different things you can do with Kale from stir frying to Kale chips.  Long live the Queen!  They are a Need2behealthy favorite.

Monday, May 25, 2015

Foods for a Healthy Confident Smile-Dr. Bob

Beets support liver health and natural detoxification for a smooth tongue.

I'm not a very big fan of beets but I could probably incorporate them in salads and it wouldn't be as bad.   I shiver at the thought of them.  lol!

Friday, May 22, 2015

Foods for a Healthy Confident Smile-Dr. Bob

Foods for a Healthy Confident Smile

Sea Vegetables
Sea vegetables a source of iodine for optimal thyroid health--preventing yellow teeth.

hmmmm!  I'm not exactly sure what is Sea Vegetables, but I definitely think I need to find out especially if it has iodine for optimal thyroid health

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Foods for a Healthy Confident Smile-Dr. Bob

Foods for a Healthy Confident Smile

According to Dr. Bob Bell Peppers also will give us a healthy Confident Smile.  I'm super glad to see this one as in my household we eat quite a bit of peppers, to include all of the colors.  Red, yellow, and orange bell pepper provide a source of Vitamin C which is healthy for one's gums.
I love having all of the colors in a stir fry or a salad, and now to find out that will help me have a Confident smile. Yes Please!!!

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

9 Little Gifts of Goodness

By Michael Roizen, M.D. and Mehmet Oz, M.D.
9 Little Gifts of Goodness

Bring a little good cheer into a friend's life for various occasions. Here's a list of nine mini-gifts that will make everyone healthier and happier (including you, because giving is a great feeling).

1. A half-pound of walnuts. Eating 12 halves daily may increase lifespan 20 percent! And munching six halves 30 minutes before mealtime is an effective way to control appetite.

2. A half-pound of (70 percent cacao) chocolate. One ounce daily may cut heart attack and stroke risk 30 percent while preventing some cancers. And, oh yeah, it tastes great!

3. A pound of coffee (320 ounces of java).. Your daily dose (three cups) can cut stroke risk by 30 percent and may help prevent some cancers, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease and Type 2 diabetes.

4. One bottle of wine. Provides 5-7 glasses; one-a-day for women, two for men. Boosts good HDL and reduces lousy LDL, keeping everything from the brain to sexual functions up and running.

5. Garlic goodies. Garlic-infused olive oil and a garlic press deliver an immune-boosting, heart-healthy flavor!

6. Jump rope, pedometer and exercise bands. Nothing relieves stress, lowers heart disease risk and protects against diabetes like exercise; cool "toys" are a great incentive to get going!

7. Lavender aromatherapy oil. Give the gift of sleep; sniff the scent for 20 minutes before bedtime. Then, sweet dreams!

8. Thank-you notes. Expressing gratitude improves everyone's happiness quotient.

9. Our newly revised "YOU: The Owner's Manual" (also available at the library). Your friends can discover all our secrets for a long, happy, healthy life.


Mehmet Oz, M.D. is host of "The Dr. Oz Show," and Mike Roizen, M.D. is Chief Wellness Officer and Chair of Wellness Institute at Cleveland Clinic. To live your healthiest, tune into "The Dr. Oz Show" or visit
(c) 2012 Michael Roizen, M.D. and Mehmet Oz, M.D. Distributed by King Features Syndicate, Inc.

Foods for a Healthy Confident Smile-Dr. Bob

Foods for a Healthy Confident Smile

Foods for a healthy Confident Smile presented by Dr. Bob  There are quite a few surprises in his list. 

For starters, Carrots.  Carrots are an excellent source of natural Flouride according to Dr. Bob. 

hmmm I hope that in order for it to work they need to be raw because I am in no way a fan of cooked carrots.