The ‘frightening danger’ of fluoride
Our local water departments add fluoride to our water while promising that drinking fluoride is safe and improves dental health. However, the World Health Organization (WHO) affirms that while fluoride does work in toothpaste (topically), it does almost nothing to improve dental health when administered systemically (by drinking it).
Decades ago, the WHO reported that improved dental health, world wide, over the past half century was and remains the same with or without adding fluoride to drinking water. At the same time research, now confirmed, began to expose the truly frightening danger that fluoride, a proven neurotoxin, poses to fetuses and infants.
So, while most of Europe admitted error and eliminated fluoridation, what did America do? The CDC, ignoring evidence, informed consent and the hippocratic oath proclaimed fluoride in public water “one of the great public health achievements in the 20th century.”
But wait! In 2017, the first U.S. government funded study of fluoride and IQ was finally published. Big-time cooperative research, 12 years, millions of dollars, Harvard, Purdue, etc., informed us that “fluoride exposure in utero linked to lower IQ in kids.” The mainstream media failed to emphasize the astonishing degree of impairment detected.
Meanwhile, autism, attention deficit disorders, hypothyroidism and bad bones still plague our land. All linked to fluoride and bombarded by pill after pill after pill. Yet, there is one simple, sane precaution that nature and most of humanity utilizes.
Until Aspen and Snowmass removes fluoride, health authorities recommend not to mix baby formula with our public water.
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