The Truth About Fluoride
If you're drinking tap or bottled water, the chances are it's fluoridated...
Why? The cover story is to try and reduce dental cavities, but don't smile just yet.
You see, unbeknownst to most people, even including most dentists, physicians and scientists, ingesting fluoride is harmful.
But some people do know.
In-fact in 1988, an article was published in the Chemical and Engineering News stating that since 1950, when the Public Health Service first endorsed fluoridation, opposition toward fluoridation has been suppressed.
This suppression was led by power tactics including threats, ridicule and frank censorship toward people knowledgeable about fluoride’s destruction.
Getting real about fluoride
For starters, fluoride is more poisonous than lead and just slightly less poisonous than arsenic according to the Clinical Toxicology of Commercial Products handbook.
It is a cumulative poison that accumulates in bone over the years.
It has been reported that fluoride can cause:
- Skin eruptions
- Atopic dermatitis
- Gastric distress
- And more
Once the fluoride has stopped being taken, these symptoms will generally subside.
Another study found that hip fractures and bone fragility are linked to fluoride in the water. This is from the Journal of the American Medical Association, which published three separate articles on the matter.
And it's not just bone fragility, Proctor and Gamble reported that fluoride resulted in a significant increase in genetic damage.
Also fluoride has been linked to thousands of fluoridation-linked cancer deaths yearly.
These types of cancer include, liver cancer, oral tumours and bone cancer.
This is scary stuff folks, and it's not just heresy, there are endless medical studies that back this up.
And here's the kicker:
The United States Public Health Service records indicate that tooth decay was virtually the same in fluoridated and non-fluoridated areas expressing that there is no significant effect from taking fluoridation when comparing it to tooth decay.
What the heck... yeah, that's what I thought.
I want to talk to you more about the origins of Fluoride (which was initially considered an environmental pollutant) but I'll save it for another day, what's really important is to help protect you from fluoride.
So, what can you do to protect yourself from fluoride?
The first thing to do is to avoid fluoridated water. Most city water is artificially fluoridated. Boiling water removes chlorine, but concentrates fluoride. Water filters do not remove fluoride, unless there is a reverse osmosis component.
So, if you can, I suggest you get yourself a FLUORIDE-FREE water source, whether that's buying it in the case from your local health food store, or making sure you get a filter with a reverse osmosis component.
I know it's a tough one, I'm thankful that I'm up in the mountains in Utah and I have access to beautiful, natural water, but I just urge you to do your best, I mean that's all you can really do.
At the dentist, children should avoid fluoridated vitamins, fluoride treatments and fluoridated toothpaste.
The concentration of fluoride in water is one ppm, in toothpaste 1,000 ppm and in fluoride dental rinses 10,000 ppm.
I NEVER clean my teeth with store-bought toothpaste, I always stick to Tooth Fairy.
I make the stuff myself with a blend of baking soda, essential oils and other SAFE ingredients that help keep your pearly whites healthy and sparkling.
Another way to protect yourself from fluoride is to write to your legislatures telling them to get fluoride out of the water supply.
That's enough from me today folks, but please, share this information with the people you care about and do some more of your own independent research, I can assure you that you'll be horrified with what you read.