Proof positive of fluoride's deadly
You know the addition of toxic fluoride to our water supplies is one of my
major hot-button issues. I've written about it frequently over the past two
years in both the Daily Dose and in my newsletter. But hold onto your hat,
because I'm about to expose to you some of the most damning evidence yet that
water fluoridation is completely founded on false pretenses…
First, a little background: Although fluoride naturally occurs in most
water supplies in varying amounts, we routinely add even more of this industrial
toxin - which used to be used as a rat poison, by the way - to our municipal
water supplies in the name of dental health. (Never mind the fact that the
biggest comparative study ever conducted on fluoridation and tooth decay yielded
no statistical difference in the rate of cavities between fluoridated and
non-fluoridated areas.) What's really disturbing, though, is that there's a
large body of virtually unreported evidence suggesting that fluoride actually
DAMAGES teeth - like this shocking story from Montana:
Yellowstone Park's majestic elk are dying before their time - and
fluoride-damaged teeth are to blame!
That's right: In certain areas of America's most beautiful national park, elk
are expiring years sooner than they're supposed to because of the unusually high
levels of naturally occurring fluoride in the water. According to an
ecology professor from Montana State University, elk in these areas live only
65%-70% as long as elk just a short distance north, away from the geothermally
active southern zones of the park which spout extreme amounts of fluoride.
Why aren't these animals living to a ripe old age? Because this
fluoride causes PREMATURE DETERIORATION OF THEIR TEETH - which leads to an
inability to properly chew their forage. This in turn leads to starvation,
disease, and an increased vulnerability to wolves and other predators due to
weakness and malnutrition.
And guess what? Too much fluoride will do the same to your teeth. You might
not fall prey to a wolf because of it, but the point is the same: Fluoride
doesn't do teeth any favors.
So there's really no reason to add it to our water supplies, is there?
Except maybe to help big industry dispose of millions of tons of toxic waste
Yes, dentists and others may insist that a small amount of fluoride actually
helps your teeth, but I've never seen any convincing evidence of this. But I
HAVE learned about the effects of fluoride toxicity on human health and
So do yourself a favor: Shut off your city water and dig a well or buy
bottled water - or get yourself a good fluoride-
eliminating water filter.
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June 28, 2015