Ingredients: ExoCyan CRAN (American cranberry extract), Silica, Calcium Lactate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Carrageenan, Xylitol.
Other Ingredients: All Natural Berry Flavor, IsoMalt, Sodium Acylglutamate, Magnesium Stearate.
For children 3-12 yrs: 1 tablet, 2x daily.
Chew, brush, rinse.
Warnings: Keep out of reach of children. Tamper Resistant: Do not use if outer safety seal is broken or missing.
ChildLife® Toothpaste Tablets contain ingredients which may be effective at reducing plaque and preventing tooth decay in children without all the harmful side effects associated with conventional toothpaste.* The combination of cranberry extract and xylitol are a winning combination.* In clinical studies by the University of Bordeaux, they found that cranberry extract reduces plaque and prevents tooth decay. Xylitol also stands by itself and has numerous studies since the 70s regarding its effectiveness in reducing tooth decay.
We all know that when eating cranberries, or blueberries for that matter, the red and blue colors stain our teeth with a coating. The preventative action of the cranberry extract works in this same way, as it provides the teeth with a layer of protection which inhibits and prevents plague from forming. To stop the teeth from turning red, ChildLife® Toothpaste Tablets uses a patented formulation of cranberry extract named Exocyan Cran® which is harvested before the red tannins are formed in the fruit when the cranberry is crystal white. In addition, cranberry extract has both antiviral and antibacterial properties which may assist in plaque removal.*
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About ChildLife Essentials®
ChildLife Essentials® provides a complete line of nutritional supplements designed specifically for infants and children.
About Dr. Murray Clarke
Dr. Clarke holds licenses and doctorates in three fields of medicine: Naturopathic Medicine, Homeopathic Medicine and Oriental Medicine. His credentials include professorships at several Los Angeles based institutions including Emperors College of Oriental Medicine, Samra University, and American University of Complimentary Medicine. He is the founder of the International Academy of Holistic Pediatrics (IAHP).
Since 1988, Dr. Murray Clarke, has been welcoming young patients to his world-renowned Pediatric Medical Clinic in Los Angeles and is deeply committed to educating parents and health practitioners about how to safeguard children from all that can compromise growth and full development.
Dr. Clarke is known for restoring health to infants and children with conditions such as allergies, asthma, eczema to gastrointestinal disorders, behavioral disorders, ADD, ADHD and Asperger’s Syndrome.
Drawing on his 25 years of practice, Dr. Clarke authored the highly acclaimed book, “Natural Baby-Healthy Child: Alternative Health Care Solutions from Pre-conception through Childhood.” It’s an essential medical road map for parents to correct, enhance and protect their children’s health starting with pre-conception and preparation by the mother, into pregnancy, and on throughout childhood.
Dr. Clarke is the Founder and President of ChildLife Essentials®, the first complete line of nutritional supplements formulated exclusively for infants and children. Launched in 2000, ChildLife Essentials® is now distributed throughout the world and has become a leading children’s supplement in the United States and China.
In 2008, ChildLife Essentials® received a MACT Excellence Award by Safe Baby Healthy Child’s founders, Sandra Blum and Samantha Fox Olson. In 2014, Dr. Clarke became an international holistic expert for Safe Baby Healthy Child to empower parents and their children thrive in mind, body, spirit and soul.
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