Dr. Joseph Kravitz, DDS, MS from Rockville, Maryland, published a revolutionary book, The Stage: How Endotoxin Can Make You Sick. In his groundbreaking book, he shares another secret. The secret of endotoxin. Endo – what? I have yet to meet a patient (who is not a medical professional) that knew what endotoxin was.
Endotoxin is the outer layer of gram-negative bacteria in the mouth that sheds poison to attack rough surfaces of the body such as:
Endotoxin is a lipopolysaccharide that is sneaky, because you are not aware of the damage it is doing to your body. We can see endotoxin in your mouth. It is easy to eradicate and remove.
Endotoxin has been shown to contribute to the following:
Patients feel better when we remove the endotoxin from around their teeth, gums, bones and nerves. Then we show you how to prevent endotoxin from return to hurt you.
Early diagnosis may lead to the prevention of severe systemic diseases such as heart attacks, stroke, lung disease, vision loss, loss of toes, sinusitis, diabetes, memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, and even cancer.
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~ Dr. Joseph Kravitz, DDS, MS
Dentist, Author, Researcher, Coach
121 Congressional Lane
Rockville, MD 20852
About the Author
Dr. Joe Kravitz is a dentist in Rockville, MD. He is a problem solver. He has successfully treated more than 20,000 patients over the last 20 years. He also has authored many books related to the prevention of diseases.
Dr. Joe’s revolutionary procedures have been praised on media outlets such as Discovery, Dr. Oz and Oprah, Fox, ABC, NBC, and CBS News, PrimeTime Live, Washington Post, USA Today, Washington Times, Miami Herald, and all over the world.
Dr. Joe was born as a severe stutterer and has learned how to overcome that affliction. He uses stuttering as a vehicle to help others overcome their flaws, as no one is perfect. It’s more about how to embrace your flaw and use it as your asset and friend. Dr. Joe enjoys observing life…learning, and making suggestions to help others. He donates his time to help community youth through youth sports. He helps others to improve and learn about success and failure. Dr. Joe has coached soccer, basketball, track and field, cross-country, classic dance, flag football and baseball.