oatmeal, grains, phytic acid and the rest

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Hello, everyone, I now have the Cure Tooth Decay book! I have some questions to ask, It's based on the section in the booklet here Rami talks about grains and it's impact on tooth decay; well you see.. I am very confused, because I thought grains such as oatmeal (the home-made one) which I eat once a week in the morning were good for you because it allows you to do your bowel movement. I really would like to know how we can eat grains properly without the grain residue (phytic acid) and the rest of man-made preservative chemicals?
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I don't think grains has anything to do with helping bowel movements.
If you consume only watermelon, you will definitely have bowel movements, so why are grains needed?
My bowel movements seem to be mostly affected by physical activity, even if it's just walking around or moving around normally all day. Sitting for long periods or laying down for long periods causes constipation over the course of days and especially weeks.
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Hi Jesus,

Whole grains, oatmeals, cereals and granola can render high chances of acquiring tooth decay.

It is best if you prepare your grains yourself. You would either soak them or sprout them, depending on what food you are having. There are details on how to do this in Ramiel's book "Cure Tooth Decay" too (see page 56 of the book).

You may learn from the following thread about grains and phytic acid and removal:

The answer is based in part upon the writing in the book, "Cure Tooth Decay."
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Disclaimer About this Post: This material has been created solely for educational purposes. The author is not a dentist. The author is not engaged in giving medical / dental advice or services. Everything you try here is done at your own risk.
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What are some alternatives to oatmeal - and by that I mean some good sources of fiber.

My ayurvedic consultation recommended that I clear my gut with fiber and lay off meat for a while so that I can eventually process and absorb my food (and fermented cod liver oil)