FortBite's unique formula is designed to fortify your teeth and gums, arming you with natural compounds like Bentonite Clay, Kaolin Clay, Calcium Carbonate, Natural Cinnamon Extract, Clove, Peppermint, Myrrh and Ginger. All of these ingredients work together to help reduce inflammation, pull toxins out of the surface of your teeth, fight cavities, bacteria and fungi, and maintain a fresh breath. Try FortBite today for stronger teeth and healthy gums.
How Does FortBite Work?
According to various recent studies, highly processed foods, stress, pollution, and other factors have all contributed to the rise of acid reflux disease. Worse, acid reflux is a condition that unfortunately affects a significant percentage of the population without knowing they have the condition.
Acid molecules move up from the stomach into your esophagus and mouth. Over time, they erode your tooth enamel, a protective coating on your teeth. Without it, microorganisms that cause cavities and gum inflammation can run rampant.
Even worse, you might regularly use dental floss and mouthwash and brush your teeth every day but still notice your teeth are deteriorating and your gums are inflamed.
FortBite uses several natural, effective ingredients that strengthen your enamel to prevent tooth decay. In addition, it uses several digestive aids to keep acid from wearing down your enamel. Finally, FortBite contains several potent anti-inflammatory compounds that help to eliminate inflammation and bacteria in your gums that contribute to swelling, pain, and bleeding.
FortBite contains eleven individual ingredients, all of which address acid reflux or oral health in one or many ways. Here are the eleven ingredients in FortBite:
Calcium carbonate: Calcium carbonate has been shown to eliminate plaque acids that damage and weaken tooth enamel and cause permanent damage to your teeth. Various studies have found calcium carbonate may eliminate existing plaque and prevent future buildup.
Kaolin clay: Kaolin clay was added to maintain your natural tooth color. It also has strong antibacterial properties to support a healthy mouth environment. Kaolin clay is also rich in calcium, magnesium, and zinc, which help to strengthen your teeth.
Bentonite clay: Bentonite clay has antimicrobial benefits, which means bentonite clay helps eliminate the harmful bacteria that cause gum swelling, inflammation, bleeding, and other issues. It is also said to improve overall oral health.
Clove powder: Clove powder is frequently added to mouthwash, toothpaste, and other dental products. This is because clove contains a strong anesthetic called eugenol, which works similarly to an antiseptic. This helps fight cavities and kills bacteria that may cause infections.
Ceylon cinnamon powder: Ceylon cinnamon is used for its antibacterial and antifungal benefits. In newer studies, Ceylon cinnamon was found to combat tooth decay effectively and to kill the harmful bacteria that cause bad breath.
Ginger powder: Ginger is widely used for its’ antibacterial and antimicrobial benefits. Various chemicals in ginger help eliminate bacteria in the mouth and reduce inflammation. Ginger also may help to maintain normal acid levels in your gut to reduce bouts of acid reflux.
Lemon peel powder: Lemon peel powder was added for its’ ability to whiten teeth. Lemon peel has a high acid content, which acts as a bleaching agent. Lemon peel also maintains proper digestion and controls stomach acid to relieve acid reflux.
Peppermint extract: Peppermint is well known for its numbing and cooling effects, which might relieve gum pain and fight toothaches. Peppermint may also eliminate bacteria that fight inflammation and cause gum swelling & bleeding. It may also improve the smell of your breath.
Myrrh: Myrrh is often applied topically to the mouth to relieve soreness and swelling in the gums. Some studies have suggested that myrrh may alleviate bad breath, canker sores, gingivitis, and other similar dental issues.
Stevia: Unlike regular table sugar, stevia does not contribute to tooth decay and gum inflammation. It was added as a natural sweetener to give FortBite a sweeter, more pleasant taste.
Xylitol: Several studies have found xylitol can inhibit the growth of bacteria in your mouth. Many studies have also found a clear correlation between xylitol consumption and a reduction in tooth decay. However, it is still unknown if it can prevent cavities.