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Monday, December 12, 2016

Red Desert Clay To The Rescue!

Discover what Red Desert Clay is and its many benefits.


 The new year will be here soon. The new year brings a fresh start for most and some people want to make healthy changes. For some, that may mean making New Year's resolutions. I think most people make resolutions with health as they are feeling a desire to undo all the excess of unhealthy food from the holidays. It seems that Thanksgiving meal starts our downward spiral and it doesn't end until January 1st when we look in the mirror or step on the scale. I know every December I vow not to eat unhealthy but all those Christmas cookies seem to call my name. This January, I am going to make some changes to my diet to get back on track so I can undo the holidays. One change that I am going to try is using Red Desert Clay.

 When I Am Perfectly Healthy asked me if I wanted to try this red clay, I said yes as it sounded interesting and I wanted to see what it could do for me. I did my research on their website and discovered that this clay had a lot of benefits. Some of the benefits of red clay were detoxifing the body and calcium absorbtion, but the one that caught my eye was the Periodontal Issuses: Dental Pockets. I understood that this red clay could be ingested to help detoxify the body but when I read that I could brush with it and it would help remove bacteria in the gum line, I knew I had to give this red clay a try. I have had my share of dental work due to cavities and receeding gums. Now I knew that bacteria causes cavities but I had no idea that this bacteria was in my gum line even after brushing and that could be the cause of why my gums were receeding and why I had so many teeth problems. 


  I decided to give the Red Desert Clay a try as I am getting tired of hearing bad news from the dentist.  The red clay works by binding to the gums and thus removing that bacteria that hides in my gums. The instructions said to first floss your teeth and then dip your wet toothbrush into the red clay about a teaspoon that is made to resemble peanut butter. I then brushed my teeth, I was expecting it to taste bad but it really had no taste to it. Now it did make my mouth all muddy brown while I was brushing but I was on a mission to remove the bacteria so I did not mind. When I finished brushing, my teeth felt kind of nice. This is a New Years change that I can do for my teeth and I am hoping that I will have a good dental appointment in a couple of months.


 Red Desert Clay can also be made into a drink to help cleanse the body. I mixed one teaspoon with juice and I had no problem drinking it. This clay is used to remove toxins like chemicals and metals from the body. It is also used for helping move calcium into the bones. This clay is also great to use on the skin. I was amazed at all the benefits and uses of this red clay. To discover more about Red Desert Clay just click on the below link. 

I might just have to try a facial with this red clay to see what it can do for my skin. So here is to a healthy new year with Red Desert Clay!


"These opinions are my own and I received a sample of Red Desert Clay to facilitate this post."


19 comments:

  1. I've never heard about it. I need to read more about Red Desert Clay. It looks interesting.

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  2. Wow good for your skin and your teeth? You can count me in, I need something to make my teeth look healthier.

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  3. Me too, I never heard of this Red Desert Clay and I was amaze what it could do to our teeth. I wanted to know more of its benefits so I can try it myself and recommend to my friends.

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  4. I have never heard of anything like this before. I do like things that leave me healthier.

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  5. Ok I am looking into this NOW!!! I think I have an issue with heavy metals (health issues). As a flight attendant I am in a metal tube all day! This stuff could really help me!! You said you had no problem drinking it - but how was it? Good bad?

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    1. Very beneficial for those who have mercury or heavy metals, radiation and other pathogens that are in excess in the body - because the particle sizes of this unique clay will get into the bloodstream and straight to the cells where the toxins have accumulated - bind to them and remove them via our elimination system. Very different than bentonite. Taste is neutral. Gritty, but not much taste at all. There are clay tablets as well, but the powder is much more economical.

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  6. This sounds fascinating. I've never heard about this product but I would love to try it!

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  7. Wow! It sounds great! This is my first time to heard about this clay ad it makes me intrigue. I would like to try it.

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  8. This sounds so interesting! I know they're good as mask but I haven't heard of a clay drink before. How does it tastes like.

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  9. I truly had never heard these benefits of red clay before. I have to say I'm intrigues, thanks so much for all the great info. I may get brave and try it!

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  10. I had not heard of this type of clay. If it works for you, I may try it.

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  11. I've never heard of this product before. Sounds like it's a great product though. I would really love to give this a try.

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  12. Sounds interesting!! I haven't heard of it before, but it may worth a shot to try.

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  13. I have not heard of red clay and its aweosme benefits but thanks for sharing, I need to check it out

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  14. I honestly never heard of red desert clay used this way. I'm glad it helped.

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  15. Wow, I have never heard of this before. I am always looking for great healthy products!

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  16. Wow, I've never heard of red desert clay before, but it sounds amazing! I'm definitely going to give it a try! Thanks for the recommendation!

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  17. I've heard of clay for detoxifying especially heavy metals, which sadly we all have exposure to. I would like to try it for my teeth and receding gum line as well.

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