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Reviewed by Jamie Michele for Readers' Favorite
Eat Sleep Breathe Oral Health: Why Your Mouth Matters by Yasmin Chebbi is a non-fiction medical self-help book that the author has written with the intention of educating readers who might not know or have even ever considered that how we manage our mouths has a direct impact on how the rest of our bodies operate. Broken down into seven distinct and interconnected parts, Chebbi covers a wide range of related topics that include, but are most certainly not limited to, the history of the human mouth and dentistry, cavities and disease, care products and treatment, taste, the digestive system and nutrition, issues like teeth grinding, and appropriate daily care for maximized health.
As someone who landed in a third-world country for what was supposed to be a working holiday and was instead rushed to a hospital for a root canal, I can definitively state that preventative care and respect for the complexities of the human mouth should never be brushed aside. To avoid this, Yasmin Chebbi has collated a near encyclopedic reference with Eat Sleep Breathe Oral Health, and we would be wise to take heed. From a literary standpoint, the book is well-written, easy to follow, and conversational in a style that feels like a conversation with a professional and not a scholastic textbook. There is a lot to learn from it but the one that I was able to introduce mid-read to my family was Golden Milk, a surprisingly delicious and mouth-hygiene-friendly nondairy turmeric drink that my kids actually enjoyed and asked for more. We have a way to go but Chebbi gives us an extremely good start. Very highly recommended.