Thursday, April 21, 2011

Information - Fluoride

Information - Fluoride
37% of Americans suffer from fluoride damage to teeth.

Mild case

Fluoride is more poisonous than lead and just slightly less poisonous than arsenic.



::January 10th Update::
US Official admit Fluoride levels at least 70% too high.
www.businessweek.com/lifestyle/content/healthday/648650.html


Information - Fluoride
37% of Americans suffer from fluoride damage to teeth.















Mild case, note white streaks.

Fluoride is more poisonous than lead and just slightly less poisonous than arsenic.
Europe is only 2% fluoridated but has tooth decay similar to or less than ours.

Even without visible damage to teeth other organs can be affected.

Severe case








Possible side effects of excess fluoride:
- Cancer
- Lower IQ
- Kidney damage
- Joint pain
- Thyroid damage

More pictures of damage to teeth
























Steps to Reduce Fluoride Exposure
    * Don't take fluoride supplements.
    * Read labels on bottled beverages.
    * Consider using no or unfluoridated toothpaste.
    * Avoid drinking black or red tea.
    * Be wary of tinned fish and canned food items.
    * Avoid black or red rock salt or items containing black or red rock salt.
    * Avoid using chewing tobacco.
    * Avoid long term use of medication that contains fluorine.

Remove fluoride from water

Consumer Reports Best Buy filter


Remove fluoride from toothpaste
Non-fluoride toothpaste
Tom's of Maine Natural Care Toothpaste
Tom's of Maine Natural Care Toothpaste, Antiplaque, Tartar Control & Whitening, Peppermint, 6 oz (170 g) (Pack of 6)


Detailed Filter informationWHER255 (WHER25):

It's certified by the NSF to reduce the following Arsenic, Barium, Cadmium, Copper, Cyst, Chromium, Lead, Nitrate/Nitrite, Radium 226/228, Selenium, TDS, Chromium, Turbidity, and Chlorine

Reverse Osmosis Filtration removes Fluoride

Many other contaminants are filtered.




















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