Mr. Marianna Pochelli, Prevent Disease
Advocates of fluoride say its use in municipal water systems poses no adverse health concerns, however results from scientific investigations clearly state the opposite. There has been considerable research done on fluoride regarding cancer, birth defects, and risks to the respiratory, gastrointestinal, and urinary systems, however, very little has been done on its neurological effects.
There are now serious facts about the health risks regarding fluoridation which can no longer be ignored, and as a result, the practice itself is being questioned by most of the world.
Read more & video: “10 Facts About Fluoride” (19:54) via 15 Facts Most People Don’t Know About Fluoride — Waking Times
By Amanda Just, MS, and David Kennedy, DDS, from CHD’s Partner:International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT)
Fluoridation is the addition of an industrial compound to the public drinking water for the purpose of altering the consumer’s oral health. Municipalities that add fluoride to their water supplies do so based on a “one dose fits all” approach. This blanket approach fails to address the smaller size of infants and children and the larger proportions of water and other fluoridated beverages they drink. Significantly, a formula-fed
infant drinks its weight in water every three to four days, resulting in the most vulnerable members of the population consuming by far the largest dose of fluoride
Read more & video: “IAOMT: Fluoride Water: One Dose Fits All? Dentists Answer.” (3:52) via Risks to Children from Water Fluoridation—One Dose Does Not Fit All — Collective Evolution