Cereal, Kellogg, Sex and Caveman

We are told by the big food companies that cereal is a health food. Advertising claims that cereal lowers cholesterol and does all these wonderful things for our health. The truth of the matter is that cereal and grains in general are the least healthiest foods you can eat.

The cereal diet was promoted by Mr. Kellogg. Kellogg was obsessed with sex, I mean he was odsessed with not having having sex. Kellogg never had sex with his wife. Kellogg found sex disgusting and designed a diet to lower libido. Kellogg was a “religious” man who was misguided in his desire not to consumate his marriage. Incidentally, God makes it very clear that sex inside marriage is good and it is a sin not to have sex with your spouse.

Cereal is designed to lower your libido. Because cereal is a grain, it raises your trigylcerdies. Trigylceridies is a big risk factor for heart disease. So don’t eat cereal!Cereal is a scam designed by Kellogg for his own misguided obsession.

So if you can’t eat cereal, what should you eat for breakfast? What would a caveman eat? Would a caveman eat cereal? I eat meat, usually wild salmon, grassfed beef or eggs or some animal protein.

Cholesterol is necessary for life and good health. So don’t eat cereal, ever!

As a Davenport Dentist, I know that good oral health starts with diet. Cereal also promotes gum inflammation and tooth decay. Animal protein promotes good gum health and does not promote tooth decay.

Davenport Orthodontists

Davenport Iowa has about six orthodontists. The orthodontist is a specialty of dentistry that straightes crowded or misaligned teeth. As a Davenport dentist, I prefer to refer patients who need orthodontics to one of the many great specialtist in the area.

There are many general dentists in Davenport Iowa that practice orthodontics, it is my preference to not practice orthodontics. I feel that my patients are best treated under the care of a specialist in this area.

Orthodontist usually work with the general dentists in the Quad Cities who refer patients who need orthodontic treatment.