Clinical awareness and science show us that what happens in the mouth is reflected in the body, and what happens in the body is reflected in the mouth. It is possible that dental toxins as a result of dental work can contribute to the development of cancer according to doctors in several countries.

Naturally Cancer Free has provided a separate page of educational information that explains this situation so that you can do your own investigations.

The particular webpage is embedded here below. Although if you would prefer to go directly to the page click here –  Naturally Cancer Free on Dental Toxins



Chan – here below is the HTML source code that I worked out for the embedded page above. You can simply provide this code to your web developers and they should be able to do exactly what I have done above. You can also use this same concept for the other 2 pages – “Raw Versus Cooked” and “Cancer Information Base”. You will simply need to provide them with a relevant opening comment that introduces your readers to Naturally Cancer Free, as I have done in the above example.

<div style=”border: thin #000000 solid; width: 680px;”><object width=”680″ height=”800″ data=”http://www.naturallycancerfree.com/dental-toxins/”><embed src=http://www.naturallycancerfree.com/dental-toxins/ width=”680″ height=”800″></embed></object></div>

I often make updates to my web pages. So if you follow the strategy I suggest above you will not need to worry about any updates I make to the three pages, as your site will always reflect my current updated pages.