NEW INSIGHT: ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE LINKED TO PINEAL GLAND CALCIFICATION FROM FLUORIDE
Research Reveals Link Between Calcification of the Brain and Alzheimer’s Disease
A new study looks at intracranial calcifications in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients. After noticing that the brain’s primary structures were negatively affected by calcification, namely the pineal gland, habenula, choroids plexus, superior sagittal sinus, basal ganglia, falx, dura mater, andtentorium cerebelli, as well as the petroclinoid ligaments, a promising new hypothesis was formed.
Removing calcification from the brain could treat the disease.
Alzheimer’s patients had highly calcified pineal glands, as do two-thirds of the adult population, anda likely cause of this calcification is fluoride.
“Fluoride is likely to cause decreased melatonin production and to have other effects on normal pineal function, which in turn could contribute to a variety of effects in humans.” (National Research Council 2006).