Fluoride has been hailed as a miracle and the salvation of millions of mouths; however, the hype is just that–hype. Fluoride is a byproduct of fertilizer production and is a waste product of aluminum production. It was also used as rat poison at one time! There is a 70% chance that your water supply is fluoridated if you live in America. Each community makes the decision as to whether or not they will poison their water supply with fluoride while they convince the gullible public that they, especially children, are being protected from tooth decay.
It is interesting that fluoride is now forbidden in many European, New Zealand, and Australian cities but the CDC considers it as “one of 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century.” Many U.S. cities are putting the issue up to the voters; after all, they are the ones being poisoned!
I have been told that fluoride is necessary to protect our children’s teeth; however, that is propaganda. Studies show that people who live in fluoridated areas have no fewer cavities than those who live in the cities that do. A 2008 study published in Biological Trace Element Research revealed that children in China who live in fluoridated areas have five times increased risk for lower IQ than kids who drink water without fluoride contamination. A 2012 Harvard fluoride study revealed the danger of fluoride on the brains of children: “The children in high fluoride areas had significantly lower IQ than those who lived in low fluoride areas.” It seems we have a choice of having holes in our teeth or our brains! I choose neither.
People who brush their teeth with fluoride toothpaste are doing great harm to their health, especially if they are children. Such toothpaste is dangerous and one tube has enough fluoride (a poison) to kill a child according to Dr. Mark A. Stengler. Stengler is a medical doctor in California and a licensed naturopath. He recommends only an all-natural tooth paste be used. We have been using one based on various essential oils for many years.
Dr. James Sumner, Nobel Prize winner said, “Everybody knows fluorine and fluorides are very poisonous substances….” Dr. Robert Prick said, “Fluoridation is one of the biggest international scandals that has ever been promoted in the name of a health scheme.” It is interesting that leftist kooks and federal employees (but I repeat myself) defend dumping millions of gallons of these poisons into our water supply but run like their hair is on fire when we suggest that maybe we should reconsider the ban on DDT, especially with the dengue fever in Florida!
The kidneys expel about half of the fluoride that is ingested and the remainder is stored in the bones and teeth resulting in the disease of fluorosis. Almost 45% of Americans have dental fluorosis thought to be caused by fluoridated water, swallowing of fluoride-laced toothpaste, and the drinking of soft drinks that have fluoride water as their basis.
Arvid Carlsson, winner of the 2000 Nobel Prize for Medicine for his work on Parkinson’s disease, opposes water fluoridation as do many other experts such as Dr. Dean Burke a co-founder of the National Cancer Institute. Burke was eloquent when he stated on Canadian radio, “There have been almost as many excess deaths associated with fluoridation as the sum total of all American military deaths since the founding of the USA in 1776.” Therefore, most sane people might think that it could be wise to stop putting poison in our water supply!
For fifty years those of us who were critical of “treating” the water supply with fluoride and chlorine were called “nuts” and “extremists.” However, in this day it is not as dangerous to one’s reputation to be critical of fluoridation since far more people are informed and sensitive to pollution of food and water. Even the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services announced in 2011 that there was too much fluoride in our water and recommended reducing that amount. Of course, many of us demand that all poisons be removed.
Some people think they will be safe if they drink tea, coffee or soft drinks, but God planned for us to drink water. Besides, what do you think those drinks are made of? They are also bad news in that they may provide sugar, caffeine, chemicals, additives, etc., that destroy the body. It only takes 9 cups of coffee or 4 cups of tea in a day to cause the heart to react. Caffeine is dangerous and is found in cola drinks and many prescription drugs.
Water is essential to everyone and it just may be the source of major confrontations in a few years. Mankind will realize how important water is when the well runs dry. While oil is necessary for modern society, water is more so. Moreover, while we know the quality of the water supply is deteriorating, the quantity is not increasing and what is available ranges from “bad to badder to baddest.”
If your community poisons the water supply, you should drink spring water or get a purifier or distiller. We have been distilling our water for many years and when we are on the road, we purchase it in gallon jugs at Wal-Mart.
No, I don’t work for Wal-Mart but I did shop there last night.
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Fact, Fraud or Faith?
by Don Boys, Ph.D.
Only an uninformed fanatic says that evolution or creation can be proved scientifically. Christians believe in creationism because we believe in the veracity of the Bible but we also have scientific evidence to support our position. In every debate I’ve had with evolutionary scientists, the arrogant, asinine accusation is made, “Well, evolution is scientific while creationism is religion.” Evolution is about as scientific as a voodoo rooster plucking ceremony in Haiti. Almost.