May 2015 Update:

The kids have now been cavity-free for 3 years. In addition to all the stuff listed below, see my new post. If sugar has a hold on you, or you want a quick overview of what I did to heal active decay:


Then I found studies showing that nanoparticle minerals are also effective at maintaining and increasing bone density in mouse models:

“The results of our in vivo studies indicate that administering nano calcium carbonate and nano calcium citrate can enhance the serum calcium concentration and maintain the whole-body bone mineral density in ovariectomized mice. These data suggest that nano calcium carbonate and nano calcium citrate are more bioavailable than micro calcium carbonate and micro calcium citrate, respectively.”

My mother and numerous JPT Wellness Circle members are now using Bone Support to treat bone loss.

How Much Should You Take?

I use the cap on the bottle for easy measurement and one capful of Bone Support equals 2-2.5 teaspoons (depending on how full you fill the cap – i.e. level or bulging). The taste is very much like water – it has the least detectable taste of all the nanoparticle minerals that I recommend.

For osteoporosis: Jim Haszinger – the creator of Bone Support – recommends 1 tbsp, 2-3x/day for 3 months if you are suffering from osteoporosis, then get re-tested. Also, you may want to take 1 tbsp. of the Miracle of Life Trace Minerals each day. And don’t forget your daily Vitamin D3 – also crucial for bone formation.

For regular users: 1 teaspoon – 1 tablespoon per day is recommended. I take 1-2 capfuls per day and my 2 older kids (aged 7 & 10) take 1/2 – 1 capful (which is 2 tsp) – because they don’t eat/drink a lot of raw milk. My youngest child (aged 4), who consumes a lot of raw milk and raw cheese, only has 1 tsp (1/2 capful) every 3-4 days.

You can take it straight, or mix it in any liquid, but obviously, I’m going to recommend you take it after you’ve brushed your teeth and swish it around for as long as you can and then swallow – you might as well protect your teeth at the same time!

Click here to download my Nanoparticle Minerals Teleseminar with Jim Haszinger

Normal Calcium Builds Up In Your Arteries

The great thing is, you don’t need to worry about taking too much calcium when it’s in this naturally-occurring nanoparticle sized form. The calcium in Bone Support is the same size and form as the calcium you would get from green leafy vegetables. Nano-sized calcium does not behave like powdered calcium supplements, which can build up in your arteries and cause heart disease:

A report in the International Journal of Cardiology states that excess calcium building up in the aorta is the “main cause of hypertension in old age.”

However, in our teleseminar, Jim Haszinger (the manufacturer of Bone Support) said that if you somehow took too much of this naturally-occurring (not nanotech-manipulated) nano-sized calcium, your body would just excrete it – the same way it would if you ate too much kale – because it is in the same form.

So this is really good news for people with osteoporosis or taking steroid drugs or other medication that puts you at risk for osteoporosis – because you can supplement at higher levels without fear of heart disease.

We are now carrying a variety of nanoparticle-sized minerals in our LTYG Holistic Health Shoppe – including all the ones mentioned here.

I wish you healthy teeth and strong bones!

Oh and my next challenge?… I want to figure out how to regrow teeth! I’ll keep you posted….

Original Post 2010:

Those of you who have subscribed to my blog for the last couple of years know that I have been desperate to find a solution to the tooth decay that has been plaguing my family.

I had new tooth decay at every check-up from the time I became pregnant and throughout the next 10 years. Yes, I know that pregnancy and extended breastfeeding often result in increased tooth decay, but I had hoped my diet and supplementation would have remedied that. My two older children also had cavities; my 7 year old had 2 cavities and my eldest had 6 cavities by age nine! The only child who did not have any cavities was my youngest who had been fed raw cow’s milk from the time of weaning at 18 months.

This rampant tooth decay plague was particularly galling when we were the only family I knew who ate unprocessed, organic food, fermented and raw foods and used stevia whenever possible. My kids ate the least candy and processed food of ALL their peers, yet their dental health was worse than many of their friends. What was going on?

I won’t bore you with the extensive research and experiments I tried to resolve this issue, but a big lightbulb went off when I read a clinical trial out of the University of Maryland Dental School where they had mixed some of the minerals used by the body to make bone, in nanoparticle-size, together with the filling material, and used it to fill cavities in decayed teeth. And the result was a reduction in subsequent tooth decay in the teeth filled with this mixture.

That got me thinking… I wondered: if the kids and I held a bone-building nanoparticle mineral supplement in our mouths and swished it round our teeth every night, would it have the same effect? Would it heal our tooth decay, or at least stop any new decay from forming?

So I found the best nanoparticle mineral bone and tooth supplement I could: Bone Support and we began holding it in our mouths after brushing our teeth every night, for as long as we could. This usually meant about 2 minutes for the kids and 3-4 minutes for me. Then we swallowed it. The kids took 1 capful and I took 2 capfuls. After three months of this, we all went for a dental check-up and GUESS WHAT?


I truly cannot express the absolute glory and elation we felt at finally being free of this scourge. Our next dental check-up was also clear. These nanoparticle minerals even healed over existing decay on my daughter’s front milk teeth.

Her two front teeth had half rotted from drinking rice milk from a bottle after weaning (we didn’t have access to raw cow or goat milk at that time) and were a medium brown color. Well, these two teeth became white again and the dentist pointed out that they had also hardened up – the same as normal teeth.

HOWEVER, at our third check-up, we switched to a new dentist who did thorough x-rays and what did we find? Tooth decay between certain teeth. My daughter also had new decay in a molar that just naturally had a deep crevice in it (easy for microbes to nestle in).

Also – and here’s the important part – previously, as part of our healthy diet, my children had recognized the importance of limiting and avoiding sugar. After two clear check-ups though, my 7 year old daughter felt the minerals were a magic wand, so she could eat as much sugar as she wished! Of course, I continued to keep their sugar intake low at home, but as your kids get older and participate in sports, playdates, sleepovers, etc., you lose control of a large chunk of their diet.

Previously, my children would control themselves when they were away from home – knowing the importance of minimizing sugar. My 10 year old continued to be careful with his sugar intake, but my 7 year old went a little wild and took on a no-holds-barred approach to eating sugar at friend’s houses, birthday parties, sporting events, etc. And guess what? Yep, at our third check-up she had 2 small patches of decay, whilst my 10 year old continued to have none. In that span, my 4 year old had also begun having playdates and joined a swim club and I noticed his sugar intake had gone up significantly and likewise, he too had one patch of pre-decay (softening) on one tooth.

So whilst these nanoparticles minerals may be a missing piece of the puzzle in your battle against tooth decay, they certainly aren’t a magic wand and they don’t seem to affect tooth surfaces they can’t reach – like between teeth – and they can’t make up for a diet poor in nutrients and/or with continual sugar consumption. But if you’ve got the diet part handled, and you’re flossing well, then these minerals may result in a big improvement in your dental health.

And one last caution: If you’re drinking whey protein shakes or elemental diet shakes, then be extra careful to brush and floss well around the gum line. Whey protein and maltodextrin are very sticky and if you don’t clean them off properly, you can get decay at, or just under the gum.

Obviously, there is still a missing link in the tooth decay puzzle though – aside from diet, genetics, minerals, saliva pH, etc – that no one has identified yet. And I sure wish someone would! Well, I will keep going with our experiments and maybe the dental community will figure it out someday…. In the meantime, let’s press on and keep sharing information.

Nanoparticle Minerals Heal Tooth Decay and Osteoporosis

66 thoughts on “Nanoparticle Minerals Heal Tooth Decay and Osteoporosis

  • Sharks can do it (i.e. grow back teeth) – so there must be a way! My problem is not directly tooth decay – it is periodontal disease – and I’m a woman under 40. I noticed that the problem with my gums started when I started taking oral contraceptives, but I didn’t make the connection until later – when my hair also started shedding quite a bit. I just stopped the pill after being on it for about 4 years (accelerated the hair loss, but the gums have stopped bleeding). Would Bone Support be helpful moderate to severe periodontal disease? I’m petrified of losing my teeth (which were much admired by dentist prior to this descent). LOVE the site and the off-the-cuff info (was referred to it by a friend).

  • To my understanding, periodontal disease is more infectious in origin. So in that case, you’d get the best results from using Wild Oregano Oil – either applied directly to the gums (dilute 7:1 with olive oil if regular is too strong to tolerate) and rubbed on with your finger. Or dropped onto a toothbrush and brushed over gums, teeth and tongue. Or both! See my video for more:

    Wild Oregano Oil for Tooth Decay & Infection

    I have also been recently experimenting with using wild oregano oil followed by ten minutes with an infrared laser to repair a torn, receding patch of gum and it seems to be working very well – the hole is 50% smaller after 1 week of treatment. So we’ll see if it’s a total cure… (see my blog post on infrared lasers for more info – the one I’m using is only 5mW).

    The other thing I’m sure you’ve thought of, is to get your diet sorted – if you don’t have any gut disease, then you can immediately get on the Weston A. Price diet guidelines (with lots of raw and fermented veggies) as they are the most healthy.

  • I will certainly give the oil of oregano a try (thanks!) – I think it may also be the ticket to cure me of my re-occuring, non-healing toe blister (I’m beginning to see a pattern here). I have two cousins with Crohn’s, and I’ve inherited non-erosive reflux disease (where the cardiac sphincter at the top of the stomach doesn’t open and close normally – sending back undigested or semi-digested food). This likely plays havoc with the bacterial flora along the tract leading to the mouth.
    I had recently read about research that found the genes responsible for tooth development – which may lead to the growing of new teeth. I’ll post the article if I’m able to find it again.

  • That’s a great article and very hopeful since implants (even titanium) do produce an immune response in the body (see my post on the teleseminar with Dr. Hal Huggins). In addition, just to add a new complication – they are metal in the mouth and so I would think they can act as little antennas for WiFi (microwave) radiation! Well, let’s hope this stem cell approach also works in humans and that they develop it quickly.

  • I’m wondering if Dr. Huggins mentioned anything about ceramic zirconia implants which are claimed to be 100% biocompatible and is very inert. Is it proven not to trigger autoimmunity?

    I’m worried because I grind my molars even with night guard and had some discomfort. No idea how much more longer they will last. I recently removed all my amalgams and I’m hoping that the bruxism and Tourette’s would be eventually cured.

  • HAN – I sincerely hope you had immune support during the mercury amalgam removals and then have been doing detox and immune support afterwards – please don’t skip these vital processes or you will likely experience a flare (or new illnesses).

    In my experience, the best treatment for bruxism is to get at the root of WHY you are grinding your teeth and heal the root causes. The best therapy I have found for this is EFT. And these 3 practitioners are excellent:

    Annabel Fisher

    Aileen Nobles

    Andy Bryce

    Next, in doing research, I found this discussion of the ceramic zirconia (Zi) implants vs. titanium:

    These two comments in particular may be of interest to you:

    Pieter Boshoff September 26th, 2010

    I have been following this Zi versus Ti implant discussion with interest. I agree that Zirconium is a metal in a similar position in the periodic table.It is more bio-inert due to its ceramic- or glasslike outer surface which is formed during its high temperature sintering manufacture. Zi does not integrate with an oxide layer like Ti .
    I would agree that intra-oral prepping could adversely affect Zi-implants and therefore stress that accurate placement (and avoidance of occlusal and tongue interference as my son,Anton correctly points out)is essential.
    As many other commentators have pointed out,the surface anatomy of Zi-implants is the same as most Ti-implants. As such both types illicit a layer of appositional bone.This appositional bone is strong enough in most Ti-implants (oxide layer)but not enough for Zi-implants. This, I feel ,is the reason for many of the Zi-Implants I have placed coming loose 8-12months after successful placement and restoation. Another consideration being the possibly compromized intra-osseus bloodflow in many immune-compromized patients (metal-toxicity,cavitations,bi-phosphanates)
    I would love to see a Zi-implantwith the deep,parallel fin system of the Bicon Ti-Implant–A much thicker type of bone layer is formed and it is microscopically full of Havers Canals.A mechanically strong and well nourished bone in and around deep Zirconium fins will additionally allow one to place shorter and thicker Zi-implants. An advantage when one sees so much pre-implant bone loss(you need much more bone with Zi-implants)
    The metal leach out mentioned by other commentators is going to become a problem especially when reading how Titanium has been shown to be capable of changing the DNA-genome. Galvanism between the different metals in the mouth and/or orthopaedic prostheses is also a future problem. Has anyone seen the black tissue discolouration around a hip prosthesis that is beng replaced ? It is not pretty.
    The question of bacterial toxic microleakage at the implant-abutment interface is a vital one. When reading the emerging articles of how mere periodontitis increases the risk of myocardial infarction etc.and seeing the loss of bone around the implant -abutment interface, one cannot help but wonder if we are not Saving the Mouth and Sacrificing the Patient.
    The melisa test is,at present,the assessment of choice in deciding whether to use Zi or Ti We are all at risk of legal actions and must not be shown to be complacent and totally reliant on what the manufacturers are assuring us.


    Chris June 18th, 2007

    Dear Collegues

    I have just published the latest data on osseointegration and soft tissue response to Zirconium dental implants in “Norwegian endocrinology letter”.

    The osseontegration rate was comporable to publications concerning titanium (98%), the soft tissue response however far superior..

    doppler x-ray as well as clnical explorative surgeries have furthermore established that the osseointegrative quality was superior to titanium as well. However the osseintegration process is different to Titanium, which has an effect on teh clinical procedure.

    With regarsd to breakage of the implants we had 8 fractures in 10k implants.

    There are currently 3 companies producing such implants,
    namly Z-systems, Ziterion and bredent. Metoxit and NOB are working on one.

    Currenlty the only implant with clinical data published in peer reviewed journals is teh Z-systems implant.

    Bredent implants are placed, however i am not sure how many are out there.
    Ziterion – I still have to see any clinical data. I persoally know of now reputative suergeon using these implants.

    It all comes back to patient selection, i do personally place aprox 150 titanium and aprox 100 zieconium implants per year.

  • I had my amalgams removed following the IAOMT protocol but I haven’t done chelation program other than taking chlorella and garlic every day, and eating more protein. They gave me milk thistle during the amalgam removal. I didn’t experience much effects from post amalgam removal except for the increase in tics last September. Is there a possibility for flare-ups to occur again between the time I start chelating in Christmas when school ends?

    400 mg of Peter Gillham’s magnesium (citrate form) balanced with sesame seeds for calcium significantly reduced but not completely eliminated my night teeth grinding (teeth not as sore). I haven’t figured out why I needed more magnesium. It could be celiac, subconscious negative thoughts, worms, or toxins. What I read is that autistics (which I have) are often deficient in magnesium and bruxism is also common in autistics.

    I’m now afraid of losing teeth because there are currently very little options when optimal health is desired at the same time.
    Thanks for replying.

  • I, too, had tons of cavities most of my life and got it from my mother. It wasn’t until I went lowcarb that I completely stopped having cavities and gallstone issues.
    I have not had a cavity since starting lowcarb in 1998. The other puzzle piece is Vitamin D3 and K2. Making sure your 25-hydroxy D levels are between 50-140 nmol/L (20-56 ng/ml). K2 is in eggs and other foods.
    The gut has everything to do with health and 80% of our immune system is in the gut.
    When our body’s become too acidic, it leaches calcium from the bone to buffer the acids.
    I still have a problem with some bone loss, even tho I have removed all the mercury amalgams this year. I am now, doing oil pulling with coconut oil to see how this works out.

    Good luck,

  • Hi Jini! I recently purchased the Bone Support product for my 2 year old son who has cavities on his front teeth. He can only hold the liquid in his mouth for 3-4 seconds and then swallows it. How do I get him hold it longer inside? If I apply the liquid with Q tips on his teeth, will that work? And how/where do you store this product?
    Thank you,

  • I know, I have the same problem with my 4 year old. I don’t think q-tips will make a difference. Maybe just give him a little sip at at time and get him to swish each mouthful for as long as he can – do it while reading a book or watching a video so he doesn’t get annoyed.

    The other thing that can really help is to give raw cow or goat’s milk – as much as he will drink.

    Lastly, we are doing an experiment now with brushing with natural fluoride toothpaste (Natural Dentist has a good one) and then using Bone Support – I did an entire report on the difference between topical vs. systemic fluoride and also natural vs. synthetic fluoride, over at JPT Wellness Circle. It convinced me to give it a trial with my family. I’ll do a blog post about it in 6-12 months.

    You can store Bone Suport at room temperature – I just keep it in the bathroom. If your bathroom gets hot, then transfer it to a glass bottle for storage.

  • My son is 2.5 years old and I’m very concerned about my son’s teeth. I saw your videos on, read your blog about nano-particle minerals and this gave me hope that it may help us.

    My son has a very visible decay on his 4 front teeth ( little brown holes on the tooth surface). I believe my son got cavities because of breastfeeding at night for 1.5 years. The dentist recommends 2 fillings, and 2 crowns after having done 2 root canals. The dental procedure in my opinion is frightening (considering oral sedation or IV, belts around a child’s arms and legs, wrapping blanket and of course parents are not allowed to be present during the procedure). I purchased the Bone Support product and started using it on my son for about 3 weeks. Based on your experience how effective can this product be? Do you think it can stop the decay and help regrow the enamel on those holes? How bad were your and your children’s teeth? Did the kids have a deep decay? Did they need root canals and crowns? I’ll appreciate your response and look forward to hearing from you. – Lana

    Hi Lana,

    The brown on your son’s teeth looks just like the brown decay on my daughter’s front teeth – except hers were more than half eaten away from the decay. The BONE SUPPORT minerals (taken as described in the blog post) turned these very close to white and the dentist said they were hard again (re-enameled). This took about 3 months – keep in mind all the other things we were doing to support dental health (especially diet) – see above for details.

    I can’t tell you what to do for your son. All I can share is what I did with my own kids:

    My personal view is that general anaesthetic for baby teeth is an unacceptable risk and I would also never agree to be separated from my child. So for my first son, we let his baby teeth just rot right out of his mouth (he had a severe vomit reflex so couldn’t be worked on) and controlled any infection/pain using wild oregano oil (see my YouTube video on this: Wild Oregano For Tooth Decay). He is now 10 and his adult teeth are coming in straight with minimal decay, but he has had dental work on his permanent teeth no problem.

    I also would never do a root canal on children or adults. See my teleseminar with Dr. Hal Huggins for why:

    The other thing I am testing now with my kids is using a natural fluoride toothpaste – after doing extensive research on the difference between topical and systemic fluoride. Natural Dentist is a good brand.

    1. Hi Jini

      Still using the bone support each night with my 3.5 year old. Been 1.5 months now.
      Am curious as to more details on you saying your sons teeth basically rotted out of his head.
      What did that entail? Did they just rot away or fall out or? The oregano oil did the trick in aiding that process? How many teeth were affected and how did this affect his eating etc.
      Thanks so much!

      1. Hi Siobhan,

        Thanks for reaching out again. Can you elaborate a bit more on you and your son’s experience with bone support? Have you seen any improvement?

        I am also curious as to what his diet has been like, as it is best to avoid sugar and grains while using bone support, at least for the first 3 weeks. This is important to re-set the bacterial flora of the gut and mouth, so try to keep other carbohydrates (potatoes, legumes, quinoa, etc.) to a minimum. Jini suggests using Natren powdered probiotics orally as well.

        Savannah B
        Customer Care

  • Just read this on another blog – VERY interesting:

    Oleanolic Acid, one of the phytochemicals present in raisins, plays crucial role in protecting your teeth against tooth decay, cavities, brittleness of teeth etc. It effectively prevents growth of Streptococcus Mutans and Porphyromonas Gingivalis, two of the species of bacteria which are most responsible for cavities and other dental problems. In addition, it is rich in calcium which is very good for promoting dental health, as it prevents breaking or peeling away of teeth and enamel and makes them strong. One more interesting thing about raisins is that the longer they stick to your teeth, the better, as it ensures longer contact of Oleanolic Acid with the teeth preventing growth of bacteria. In addition to above, boron present in raisins plays a very important role in checking growth of germs in the mouth as well promotes health of bones and teeth.

  • I had heard of the studies that suggest that raisons are beneficial for teeth, but I noted that if there was a cavity present – that you certainly felt it when the concentrated sugars from the raison made contact (it is the same sensation from dried prunes). What does seem to have helped is real licorice which has also found to have properties that fight oral bacteria and help in keeping teeth healthy ( I believe a company is taking this further and making licorice lollipops to help fight tooth decay.

  • I’ve read several of your articles now. Thank you for posting. I did want to mention something that hasn’t come up yet that may be helpful.

    There is en epidemic today of dentists who claim that cavities exist when none do. In fact, a recent national news show (I forget the network) said that their study showed that 47% of fillings were not necessary.

    I have a friend that this happened to. As soon as they changed dentists and began getting second opinions, their children suddenly had no more new cavities.

  • I too have had problem teeth most of my life except for a few years when I had a dentist suggest I use TheraSol to brush my teeth. When I moved to OR I forgot about it and stopped using it. Decay set in again. Then after reading Money by the Mouthful I started using it again because I realized how great my teeth were in those years when I used it. I did not correlate the two, but sure wish I would have, two crowns and 6 fillings later, to the tune of 1000’s.

  • Jani – I know you read Money by the Mouthful. I thought it very interesting what the author had to say about testing/tasting baby food for temp, which results in infecting the young ones with germs even before they get teeth. Amazing bit of info that could potentially help a lot of people with unnecessary decay in kids, dental bills, etc.

  • In reference to Muffet’s point about tranference of maternal oral flora to baby – that is probably part of the plan of how the new born acquires its normal flora and accounts for the observation that there are strong familial trends in the constituency of the microbe community (now commonly referred to as “microbiota”) people have. The immune system is actually shaped by this community of symbiotic bugs – and therefore, the passive maternal antibodies that the child already has is “matched” to the various microbial communities that are passed from mother to child. Unless the mother is particularly prone to problems with the oral flora, it shouldn’t be considered particularly bad for the child. In fact, it is considered beneficial as it helps shape/educate the immune system which is vital early in the developmental years.

    In terms of mouth rinses – truly one of the best hands down mouth cleansers is saline water – particularly for gingivitis type of issues.

  • If you haven’t yet checked out “Cure Tooth Decay” by Rami Nagel, I highly recommend it. We’ve had great success with the dietary protocols within, even remineralizing some small cavities!

  • DAWN – it’s a great book with really good dietary suggestions. However, you could only follow the diet if your kids were young, or homeschooled. As soon as kids hit the school system (trading their lunch), playdates at other kids’ homes, birthday parties, sporting events and parties, etc. etc. it is impossible to maintain the dietary guidelines and sugar intake goes way up. So more drastic measures are needed.

  • If bones and tooth decay are of significant concern, you may want to consider strontium ranelate – which has been shown to be more effective than calcium in remineralizing bone.

  • Jini – Re: strontium citrate vs ranelate – the short answer is yes, indeed. Ranelate is not a common form of strontium (it is most abundantly found in the citrate form) – thus, it could be patented by pharmaceutical companies when reformulated with ranelate – which is why a lot of the marketing and studies was done using this salt. However, studies have confirmed that the citrate form also induces osteoblast proliferation, and I heard that U of Davis is running a clinical trial with strontium citrate now for the treatment of osteoporosis.

  • Since I started researching the decline of my teeth there has been so much information. I did just come across a site with interesting recommendations. I believe adding xyilitol to my regime may bring some improvements along with methods you mentioned.

    i would love any feedback on Dr Ellie’s steps…

  • DANA – xylitol is excellent. We carry both toothpaste (PerioBrite) and gum (Peelu) with Xylitol in our Shoppe:

    Only thing to watch is using it as a sweetener replacement as if you consume too much it will loosen your bowels, so be careful if you’re prone to diarrhea.

    I’m working on my own dental health program – incorporating ALL I have tried and tested, when it is ready I will post it here.

  • Back in 2006, it was discovered that ultrasound could regrow teeth. See

    Some have said to try a Novasonic Massager and apply to infection –

    I haven’t tried any of this but I may since I do have a cavity. Maybe you would like to research it some more.

  • Thank you for article about the product. I have been researching after dentist delivered some bad news 🙁 I am health-conscious and desperate to restore my dental health. I don’t think this product can be bought in the UK. I have been checking online to no avail. If there is no outlet in the UK is there an equivalent product that can be purchased here. Thank you.

    1. Hi Carin,

      The pH is between 4.5-5.

      The water is acidic because the manufacturer uses double reverse osmosis and is so clean. The way they break down the minerals into their concentrates to mix with outlet water also makes the product acidic as well. It does become alkaline once it enters the body and is absorbed.

      Have a great weekend,
      Customer Care

  • i just read this 1/1/2013! my almost 2y old has severe tooth decay i declined capping his teeth he is a finicky eater have hard time getting him to eat cheese milk veggies etc he mostly eats bacon! i wanted to know if bone support liquid by NOW is an ok alternative to mini minerals? please thank u

    1. Hi Brandy,

      We do not have any information about the product you mentioned so we’re unable to comment on its effectiveness. Jini rigorously tests every product she recommends; she and her entire family still use the Mini Minerals Bone Support product on a daily basis and it is highly recommended.

      Kind regards,
      Customer Care

  • Hello,

    Can you tell me if the Bone Support minerals are derived from rocks, or are they considered from whole foods?
    Thank you.

    1. Hi Dina,

      The minerals in the Bone Support product are harvested from organic mineral crystals and are 100% bio-available.

      Kind regards,
      Customer Care

  • I’m reading an old book (1960) on aluminum poisoning. In it, they mention a remedy for tooth decay. Dilute some milk of magnesium with water. Swish it around the mouth at night, and then spit it out. (You don’t want to swallow it because too much magnesium can cause diarrhea.)

    Aluminum is detrimental to bone health. Aluminum in your food interferes with your absorption of calcium and phosphorous. Aluminum also gets rid of your boron, which you need for a healthy parathyroid. Aluminum is very hard on the lining of the intestines, kidney (especially the right kidney), sinuses and of course the brain. It kills red blood cells. Caffeic acid in coffee interferes with aluminum getting into the brain. Silicon rich water (Volvic, Spritzer, Fiji) will wash out the aluminum from your body. You might want to look up some of the very interesting videos / interviews of Dr. Christopher Exley on aluminum poisoning.

    Of course, the Weston Price Website talks about vitamin K2 for getting rid of cavities. (Sometimes the addition of K2 repairs small cavities.)

    1. Hi Polly,

      Thanks for the comment. Jini is a fan of Weston A. Price as well and she added K2 to Absorb Plus the last time she updated the formula due to its potential health benefits.

      Kind regards,
      Customer Care

  • it contains natural flavors and citric acid. Two names for glutamic acid that is MSG.
    If the company denies it, they are not being truthful.
    Here is an article with all the names that MSG is listed as.
    MSG is a toxic chemical containing processed free glutamic acid. It has been scientifically proven to cause brain damage, affect how children’s nervous systems form during development causing learning or emotional difficulties in later years and to potentially permanently damage a critical part of the brain known to control hormones causing endocrine problems.

    MSG can also cause skin rashes, migraine headaches, irregular heartbeat, depression,
    difficulty breathing, nausea and vomiting, and a multitude of other neurological reactions and is also linked to Alzheimer’s.

    MSG also spikes insulin…it triples the amount of insulin the pancreas creates causing insulin resistance and obesity. It makes your brain think you’re hungry so even though you may have just eaten you feel hungry again even though your stomach may be full.

    Not only is MSG scientifically proven to cause obesity, it is an addictive substance! The MSG manufacturers themselves admit that it addicts people to their products. ‘Betcha can’t eat just one’, takes on a whole new meaning where MSG is concerned!

    MSG makes you addicted to the foods that it is in. That is the primary reason food companies put it in food…to make you addicted to their food and buy their food. It’s all about money…they care nothing about the damage done to the consumer in the process.

    Manufacturers are acutely aware that many consumers would prefer not to have MSG in any of their foods or cosmetics.

    What you may not know is that the food and cosmetic industry hides and disguises MSG under many different names so it won’t be recognized by the consumer who knows about the dangers of MSG by using “clean labels,” i.e., labels that contain only ingredient names they think consumers will not recognize as containing MSG…names such as “hydrolyzed soy protein.”

    And so far it’s still legal to hide MSG under these different names.

    Here’s a List of Food Additives that ALWAYS Contain Processed Free Glutamic Acid (MSG):

    Monosodium Glutamate
    Glutamic acid
    Monopotassium glutamate
    Calcium glutamate
    Monoammonium glutamate
    Magnesium glutamate
    Natrium glutamate
    Anything “hydrolyzed”
    Any “hydrolyzed protein”
    Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein
    Hydrolyzed Pea Protein
    Hydrolyzed Soy Protein
    Hydrolyzed Protein
    Hydrolyzed Plant Protein
    Hydrolyzed Corn Gluten
    Plant Protein Extract
    Sodium Caseinate
    Calcium Caseinate
    Yeast food,
    Yeast nutrient
    Yeast Extract
    Autolyzed Yeast
    Hydrolyzed Oat Flour
    Corn Oil
    Anything “…protein”
    Textured protein
    Textured vegetable protein (TVP)
    Soy protein
    Soy protein concentrate
    Soy protein isolate
    Whey protein,
    Whey protein concentrate
    Whey protein isolate

    Here’s a List of Food Additives the Frequently Contain Processed Free Glutamic Acid (MSG):

    Malt Extract
    Malt Flavoring
    Barley Malt
    Citric Acid
    Natural Beef Or Chicken Flavoring
    Any “flavors” or “flavoring”
    “Spices” “Seasoning” “Flavoring” “Natural Flavors” etc..(all very vague…and usually MSG)
    Anything “ultra-pasteurized”
    Anything “enzyme modified”
    Anything containing “enzymes”
    Malt extract
    Soy sauce
    Soy sauce extract
    Anything “protein fortified”
    Anything “fermented”

    * Glutamic acid found in unadulterated protein does not cause adverse reactions. To cause adverse reactions, the glutamic acid must have been processed/manufactured or come from protein that has been fermented.

    The following are ingredients suspected of containing or creating sufficient processed free glutamic acid to serve as MSG-reaction triggers in HIGHLY SENSITIVE people:

    Corn starch
    Corn syrup
    Modified food starch
    Lipolyzed butter fat
    Rice syrup
    Brown rice syrup
    Milk powder
    Reduced fat milk (skim; 1%; 2%)
    most things low fat or no fat
    anything Enriched
    anything Vitamin enriched

    The following work synergistically with MSG to enhance flavor. If they are present for flavoring, so is MSG:

    Disodium 5’-guanylate
    Disodium 5’-inosinate
    Disodium 5′-ribonucleotides

    If you write or call to ask whether or not there is MSG in a product…

    If you want to find out if there is processed free glutamic acid (MSG) in a product, you must ask the manufacturer for information about “free glutamic acid.” Don’t ask about “MSG.” Manufacturers find it convenient, when speaking to consumers, to tell them that there is no “MSG” in their product, meaning that there is no ingredient called “monosodium glutamate.”

    Even if a manufacturer tells you there is no MSG in a product, there may be autolyzed yeast, hydrolyzed pea protein, carrageenan, sodium caseinate, enzymes, and a whole slew of other ingredients that contain or create processed free glutamic acid (MSG) during manufacture.

    If you are told that all of the MSG in a product is “naturally occurring,” thank the manufacturer for that meaningless information, but explain that all processed free glutamic acid (MSG) is referred to as “natural” by the FDA — so “natural” tells you nothing. In fact, as the word “natural” is defined by the FDA, the food ingredient “monosodium glutamate” is “natural.”

    It is the amount of processed free glutamic acid in the product that will determine whether or not you might suffer an MSG reaction. (Everyone has a different tolerance for MSG.)

    If the manufacturer claims not to know whether or not there is processed free glutamic acid (MSG) in his or her product, ask that the product be analyzed for free amino acids, including free glutamic acid. There are tests for measuring free glutamic acid. The AOAC Official Methods of Analysis (1984) gives one method. There are others.

    Take a look at pretty much any of the pre-packaged MREs on the market and you will see one or several of these hidden forms of MSG in the ingredients.

    Here’s a picture of an MRE ingredient label for Stroganoff from a different company that will remain nameless. See how many times you can spot an ingredient that’s a hidden form of MSG:

  • Vitamin D is the missing ingredient Jini. Your kids should be taking 2,000iu of vitamin D3 daily. When they are teens, then it should be 5,000-7,000iu D3 daily. Optimal levels of serum D is between 70 and 80 ng/ml. Go to the Weston Price website to read up on the importance of enough vitamin D in the body to heal teeth.

  • Hi Libby – they take D3 and cod liver oil daily, along with K2. Many docs are now wanting to see serum D up around 150 to confer a protective effect against cancer. The good news is they have been clear of tooth decay for 3 years now, despite consuming plenty of sugar!

  • I am no expert….but I would guess part of it has to do with drinking cows milk. It makes sense that if we are going to drink milk it should be raw human milk instead of cows milk….since you know….we aren’t cows lol.

    But that is just a very best uneducated guess on my part.

  • I just ordered the Bone Support and Miracle of Life Trace Minerals. I take the Bone Support after brushing my teeth each evening, swishing it around for a couple minutes before swallowing. I drink a glass of water each morning with 1T of diatomaceous earth and 1T ACV. Would it be okay to add the trace minerals to my morning drink or do I have to take it with the Bone Support?

    1. Hi Levy,

      We do not have experience using silca and MSM for tooth decay. However all of the toothpastes we recommend do have silica as a ingredient, so it may be helpful. We recommend checking with your dentist or doctor on using those supplements. We would love to hear if you have any success from it though if it works for you. Please let us know if we can help with anything else.

      Kind Regards,
      Customer Care

  • Hi Jini. Is it ok to take the bone support minerals or the minerals of life during pregnancy? I have searched everywhere for some answer and haven’t really found one. It seems angstrom minerals are pretty new to the market. Additionally, in regards to tooth building, I have questioned whether brushing itself was detrimental to the process as brushing too hard can wear down the enamel. For this reason, I have begun to brush much softer. Another thing I have researched is glycerin in toothpastes and gum that can coat the teeth to produce more shine. This is a problem considering it takes nearly a month for the glycerin to come off entirely, disallowing necessary minerals to reach the teeth. I now buy toothpastes and gum that don’t have any glycerin in them.

  • Hi Lauren, I tried the no-glycerin thing for years – used the tooth powder or Tooth Soap. I can’t say it made a definitive difference.

    Regarding the angstrom minerals, I’m sorry but we cannot advise you on that due to liability issues. I don’t think you’ll find anyone willing to make a claim for safety during pregnancy without a clinical trial. So you will have to do your own research and make your own decision about that. That’s what I did when I was pregnant, did my research and then went with my gut!

    However, here we have Dr. Dean telling a story about magnesium going straight into a pregnant woman’s bloodstream via IV, so that would need to be in a small enough particle size to go directly into the cells:

    You may want to query Dr. Dean directly as she also talks about it here:


  • Thank you for this important information. I see you mentioned investigating the regrowing of teeth. I’ve seen mention of this in a couple of different places, but there are never any details. I have a zirconium implant on a front tooth that has been infected for a few years. 3 different specialists, including a holistic one, have told me the best solution is to wait til it falls out to do something. So little by little, the bone is being eaten away by the infection. Anyway, when the time comes, I do not want to do another implant and am looking for a solution. Regrowing a new tooth would be ideal. I hear there is a lot happening with stem cells these days. Are there trials of this happening anywhere in the world now, or better yet, is it being done successfully anywhere? Can you point me in the direction of anyone to contact? Thanks so much.

    1. Hi Nicole,

      Thank you for your comment. Jini has not written anything on that research, but we have had a lot of customers share their success stories with the liquid minerals. If you come across any information on regrowing a new tooth, we would love for you to share it with us!

      Kind regards,
      Customer Care

  • For tooth decay in a 3.5 year old what is the dosage? My bottle just arrived today. So excited.


    1. Hi Siobhán,

      So happy you decided to give this a try! Jini recommends using the cap on the bottle for easy measurement. One capful of Bone Support equals 2-2.5 teaspoons (depending on how full you fill the cap – i.e. level or bulging). For regular adult users, 1 teaspoon – 1 tablespoon per day is recommended. For older kids (Jini’s were aged 7 & 10 at the time this was written) take 1/2 – 1 capful (which is 2 tsp) if they don’t eat/drink a lot of raw milk. For younger children (her youngest was 4 at the time), who also consumed a lot of raw milk and raw cheese, only had 1 tsp (1/2 capful) every 3-4 days.

      You can take it straight, or mix it in any liquid, but it is recommended you take it after you’ve brushed your teeth. Swish it around for as long as you can, then swallow – this protects your teeth at the same time!

      I hope his helps – and we look forward to your feedback!

      Savannah B.
      Customer Care

      1. Oh dear. I didn’t see this reply and have been giving her 1 capful every night. She swishes for one minute before swallowing. Is that too much too often? Should I reduce to 1/2 every couple nights? The decay in her back molars is quite severe. It sounds like jinis sons decay that was mentioned above.

        1. Hi Siobhan,

          How is your daughter’s diet? Does she consume a lot of raw milk and raw cheese? Also, how long has your daughter been using BONE SUPPORT? The BONE SUPPORT minerals (taken as described in the blog post) turned Jini’s daughters decaying, browned teeth very close to white, and the dentist said they were hard again (re-enameled). This took about 3 months – keep in mind all the other things Jini and her children were doing to support dental health (especially diet) – see above in the blog post for details. =)

          If there are any issues with her gums as well, she may benefit from using Wild Oregano Oil – either applied directly to the gums (dilute 7:1 with olive oil if regular is too strong to tolerate) and rubbed on with your finger. Or dropped onto a toothbrush and brushed over gums, teeth and tongue. Or both! See Jini’s video for more information:

          Wild Oregano Oil for Tooth Decay & Infection:

          You may also want to look into using a natural fluoride toothpaste – after Jini had done extensive research on the difference between topical and systemic fluoride, she recommends using the brand Natural Dentist.

          Savannah B
          Customer Care

          1. Hi Savannah

            Thank you for your reply. We have been doing the Bone Support for 2 weeks. I did know that Jini said it took 3 months for results incl the diet. So I wasn’t expecting to see anything yet. Haha.
            Her diet is good. Very very limited sugar. We don’t use sugar in our home and so she doesn’t have it often at all. Perhaps in the odd grandmother given cookie or in kombucha.
            We are vegan so she has never had any kind of milk that was not plant based.
            So I should go with the 1 capful it looks like? Now is that every day or every couple days? Thank you so much.

          2. Hi Siobhan – I used 1 capful every night with the kids. In my experience, even 2 capfuls per night would be fine. Also, very important is to get a Phillips Sonicare with UV Sterilization unit electric toothbrush – nothing cleans like this and sterilizing the brush head helps a lot to change the flora in the mouth. And as Savannah pointed out, use a Flouride toothpaste. This is the one I used with the kids – until they got older and preferred mint!


            ALSO as she’s vegan, I highly recommend you read this article and take the pro-active steps she’s outlined:

  • Hi Jini

    Thank you so much for your reply. I have ordered the sonicare uv toothbrush and the toothpaste just now. Thanks for the suggestion. I will give that article a read. From what I’ve seen so far she is definitely a grazer. *enter mom guilt*.
    This morning she chipped her eye tooth on the dog crate. Will the bone support help keep that from becoming a problem too? Or is there something else I should be doing there now?

    Thank you for all your help. This site and your answers (to everyone) have been a Godsend.

    1. Hi Siobhan,

      In the case of a chipped tooth, it would be best to seek professional advice from her dentist.

      We would really like to hear how BONE SUPPORT works for your daughter after a couple months have passed, so if you would like to share your feedback in the future please do. =)

      Savannah B
      Customer Care

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