3 Aug 2011

Study confirms fluoride toxic in tiny amounts

Study confirms fluoride toxic in tiny amounts
By Dr. William Campbell Douglass on 08/02/2011
If the fastest way to rot a kid's mind is with TV and junk food, the slow method involves plain old water.
Thank your government for that.
The fluoride intentionally dumped into your water is a neurotoxin so powerful that a new study finds it can have devastating effects in concentrations as low as 1 part per million.
That's so thoroughly diluted it's positively homeopathic, folks -- and it's right smack in the middle of the target used by the feds for years (and just a fraction of what many people still get with every sip, by the way).
Your tainted tap
Mexican researchers examined data from 18 studies on humans and animals and found that prolonged exposure -- like, say, a lifelong presence in your drinking glass --"may cause significant damage to health and particularly to the nervous system."
The review also confirms what I've been saying since the 1960s: Fluoride has the power to cross the blood-brain barrier.
That means once it's in your system, it has a free pass to run roughshod through your noggin -- and the researchers wrote in Neurologia that fluoride damage in the brain is similar to that of Alzheimer's disease, according to animal studies.
That could help explain the dramatic rise in this disease in recent generations.
But the biggest fluoride risk isn't among seniors -- it's among children, because this stuff is proven to make kids dumber than a knock-knock joke.
And because fluoride works so slowly, you may not even notice the damage... not at first anyway.
Then, one day, you wake up and realize the only way your kid is getting into college is by getting a job there…as a janitor.
Don't get me wrong -- the world needs its janitors. But if you don't want your kids and grandkids to be forced to be among them, keep them away from fluoridated water, toothpaste, mouthwash, and anything else that contains this poison.
The most effective way to do that is with a reverse-osmosis water filter.
Attach it where the water enters your home, and every tap will be clean, safe and fluoride-free

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