While it is true that fluoride can be found in the Earth's crust, the fluoride used in dental products and tap water is not derived from the Earth. Instead, water fluoridation relies on chemicals known as "silicofluorides." These are byproducts of the phosphate fertilizer industry -- and municipalities nationwide allow these chemicals to be dumped into the water supply for the explicit purpose of human consumption.
Fluoride is not the benign substance overzealous globalists would like for you to believe; it is a dangerous, neurotoxic substance that has been decried as a "soft kill" tactic of the global elite. At the very least, it's a documented threat to human health.
While the CDC claims that water fluoridation is “one of 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century," science shows that simply isn't true. The CDC's own data have shown that water fluoridation is contributing to increased rates of dental fluorosis (DF). In mild cases, DF appears as nothing more than white spots on the teeth, but more advanced cases can be disfiguring with severe damage to the tooth enamel. Statistics from 2004 indicate that 41 percent of adolescents aged 12 to 15 have dental fluorosis -- a 400 percent increase in just 60 years.
As you might surmise, fluoride's deleterious effects do not end with damage to tooth enamel.
As Be Brain Fit reports, a recently published study in The Lancet recommended that fluoride be re-classified as a developmental neurotoxin -- similar to lead, mercury, or arsenic.
Scientists have repeatedly documented evidence that suggests fluoride consumption reduces IQ in children. A study conducted in Mexico City, by scientists from the University of Toronto, University of Michigan, Harvard, McGill, and the national public health agency of Mexico, recently confirmed again that fluoride exposure negatively effects kids' brains.
"It found an average loss of 5 to 6 IQ points among children of mothers with urine fluoride levels of 1.5 mg/L compared to those with 0.5 mg/L. For an entire population, such a loss would be expected to halve the number of geniuses in society and double the number of mentally handicapped," PR Newswire reports.
The neurotoxic compound isn't just lowering people's IQs -- it's doing far more than that. Recently published research has also linked fluoride exposure to an increased risk of ADHD. The researchers stated that there is a growing body of evidence which clearly demonstrates that fetuses are especially susceptible to the harmful effects of fluoride, and that their findings are right in line with that belief: Fluoride harms developing children.
Some evidence has also indicated that fluoride may be an indirect cause of Alzheimer's disease. It's believed that when aluminum and fluoride combine, fluoride helps transport aluminum across the blood-brain barrier. Be Brain Fit notes that aluminum fluoride in the brain has been linked to Alzheimer's, as well.
Fluoride has been associated with a host of other issues, including nervous system degeneration and decreased pineal gland function. Beyond the fact that fluoride is clearly not good for you, water fluoridation is a questionable endeavor, if for no other reason than for the fact that the government has no business in mass medicating the people via the water supply.
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