Everybody know that chocolate spoils the teeth. What do you think about chocolate-based toothpaste? Seriously, Theodent, a New Orleans biotech firm has created a revolutionary toothpaste that uses a naturally occurring compound found in chocolate, and it will not only not spoil your teeth, but contrary it will make them stronger. There are two version of this revolutionary toothpaste, Theodent Classic ($9.99), and Theodent 300, an extra strength and luxury version ($99.99), for super-sensitive teeth.
Theodent toothpaste, that could be the most important dental discovery of the 21st century is the culmination of thirty years of research, based on discovering of the Rennou, a propriety blend that contains an extract of chocolate plus other minerals that work together to strengthen teeth. Rennou could be the first viable a non-toxic alternative to fluoride. Interesting thing, despite the fact that it is an extract of chocolate, Theodent has a fresh, minty taste and does not taste like chocolate.
Theodent President and Chief Executive Officer Arman Sadeghpour PhD claims: “Theodent’s effectiveness has been verified by two issued United States patents and a third worldwide patent pending. Rennou is a non-toxic revolutionary new additive to Theodent toothpaste and is FDA ‘GRAS’ – Generally Regarded as Safe – the agency’s standard for food additives.”
Theodent plans to actually introduce a chocolate-flavored paste in late 2012.
“I think we’ve got the flavoring down,” Sadeghpour said. “Kids really want this, and dentists will be happy because it’s good for their teeth.”
Theodent is available online at www.theodent.com and also at Whole Foods Markets in 20 states and Canada including Ontario and British Columbia.