Saturday, January 15, 2011

Mamas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up Drinking Fluoride

It has been known by scientist and health professionals since they started adding Fluoride to the water of many municipalities across the United State, Britain and Australia, that Fluoride is a toxic compound to humans which include risk of bone cancer, bone fractures, thyroid disorder, brain inflammation, lowered IQ and mental functions, sterility or reduced fertility and more. Yet, 97% of Europe does not add fluoride to their drinking water, but do not have higher tooth decay rates as a consequence. The American Academy of Pediatrics even tell parents now, unbeknownst to me at the time, to not let babies and small children drink fluoridated water, get fluoridated tap water in their formula and rice cereal or children under the age of 6 to use fluoridated tooth paste. If only I had known at the time.  However, it is a good sign that the powers-that-be are losing ground on the fluoride debate.

Recently, the government has called for a reduction in the fluoride amount from 1.2 to 0.7 milligrams per liter because of higher amounts fluorosis showing up in children and adults.

Further, as advisors to government bodies around the world attempt to argue for forced mass-medication by adding substances like lithium to public water, we must argue against ‘forced consent’ and demand one of our most integral human rights– that no government of man can make a law to force medicate us against our will. We have a human right to say no, especially when we know better.

Solution? Get a reverse osmosis filter for your tap. We just go one and the taste alone is worth it. 


Anonymous said...

This is really interesting. I guess it just goes to prove that too much of a good thing can easily become a very bad thing. Also, just FRY, fluoride is an element, not a compound.

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