This Ancient Volcanic Clay Supports Healthy Gums And Teeth

May 2023 - New Scientific Discovery

If you have been struggling for months or years to keep your teeth and gums strong and healthy…
Trying various oral care products…
And spending a small fortune on dental procedures…
You should know, it’s not your fault.

According to recent research, a huge amount of microplastics, forever chemicals, and other toxins are entering our mouths every day. They do it through the tiny, microscopic pores that our teeth are covered in, just like our skin is.

They have been shown to play havoc on our teeth because they burrow inside, and can even spread to our gums and get into our bloodstream.

That’s why we created

This formula is unlike anything you’ve ever tried or experienced in your life before. You will be able to maintain the health of your teeth and gums, without the need for expensive products.

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Inside every drop of "FortBite" you'll find:

A bespoke proprietary formula of 11 high-quality herbal tooth and gums
strengthening ingredients and stomach health supporting compounds.

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