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IT'S the morning ritual wellness warriors swear by but are they just pulling your leg? Oil pulling is creating a bigger buzz than electric toothbrushes as swishers share its believed benefits. The age-old method of oral cleansing, which involves swishing ...
News.com.au · 12/3/2013
It seems to be everywhere lately — people swearing by the miracles of oil pulling. Celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Shailene Woodley, health enthusiasts and those just plain curious have jumped on to this health-conscious bandwagon, but does it ...
McAllen Monitor · 7/24/2014
Oil pulling. You've heard a lot about it recently but what does it actually do? Celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Shailene Woodley have gone on the record, swearing by the technique—but is this trend actually pulling in results? Or should we spit it ...
E Online · 4/1/2014
WATERLOO (KWWL) - Articles shared on social media sites claim "oil pulling" with coconut oil whitens teeth, prevents cavities and even removes toxins from the body. Area dentists tell KWWL their patients have been asking them about the trend …
KWWL · 3/8/2014
Would you swish oil around in your mouth for 20 minutes to reap some health benefits? According to its proponents, the ancient tradition known as oil pulling can give you whiter teeth, healthier gums and better breath, and it can cure your insomnia, among ...
International Business Times · ByHoward Koplowitz · 3/7/2014
Friends. Hold on to your chairs. A lot of things will be said in this post that sound weird and disgusting. Today we are talking about oil pulling. We're talking about oil pulling, because I actually do it. This is not a post on the benefits of some weird ...
ChicagoNow · 7/16/2014
Proponents of oil pulling claim that the benefits include whiter teeth, better breath, help allergies and even help insomnia. The basic concept behind oil pulling works like this: by swishing oil in the mouth for 20 minutes the oil will pull toxins from ...
American Live Wire · 3/8/2014
What it is: An ancient Ayurvedic dental remedy that involves swishing coconut oil (you can also use sesame or sunflower oil) for 20 minutes to boost oral health, whiten teeth, detoxify the body and improve your complexion (Sounds too good to be true, right?
People Magazine · 3/28/2014
Courtesy: Dr. Christine Tenaglia, D.D.S. People who do it swear by it. "I sleep better at night," said Candace Ebbinghaus of Holt. "I drink tea and coffee every day and I feel like it's helped whiten my teeth." Ebbinghaus is talking about oil pulling.
WILX · ByLauren Evans · 5/9/2014
While the phrase “Oil Pulling” sounds a bit more like an environmental concern, the act, which consists of swishing around coconut oil in your mouth, has actually been used for years to minimize bacteria growth in the mouth. And believe it or not, it ...
Ok Magazine · 3/18/2014