It has been in the public water supply of Iowa's capital for more than 50 years. But fluoride could very soon become a thing of the past in Des Moines, thanks to the valiant efforts of one dedicated resident who is busy educating city and water utility officials about its many dangers, which include recent evidence pointing to lowered IQ and brain damage as among the many adverse effects of fluoride exposure.
You’ve heard about the danger of fluoride before, but have you taken precautions to be sure your not drinking it? Sodium fluoride is commonly used as a rat poison. Globalists and eugenicists have decided to add it to water supplies with the message to the public that it is good for teeth, despite warnings from the ADA stating that young children risk a disease called dental fluorosis; this along with the other myriad of issues that exposure to flouride causes, a shortened life span, promotion of cancer growth and degradation of mental health. How and why is our government getting away with this?
Approximately 30,000 calls to United States poison control centers concerning acute exposure to fluoride, in children, are made each year. Some researchers state that fluoride is safe while others state that it can be detrimental to health. As with vaccines, researchers will often look at just one factor – is it the mercury, is it the aluminum, but do not really take all the elements into account.
Despite widespread public health adoption, water fluoridation has come under close scrutiny over the past quarter century. Time has stripped away fluoridation's rosy glow. Once touted as the magic solution to dental caries, fluoride's benefit for your teeth—IF there is any, which is still debatable—comes with overshadowing downsides.
Opposition to water fluoridation started in the 1940's. Now, the number of experts opposing the practice appears to be at all-time high.
It's no secret that cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide. But how many people realize that fluoride—which is still added to many municipal water supplies in the U.S.—is linked to heart disease?
A major health victory has been achieved in New Mexico where officials in the state's largest city, Albuquerque, have made the historic decision to stop artificially fluoridating the municipal water supply.
Water fluoridation is a highly controversial topic, with many individuals voicing massive concern over the practice. In contrast, some stick to the concept that there isn’t any association between fluoride and any real negative effects. Fluoride, however, is indeed a toxic substance, and has been tied with numerous health complications in well-established research. Fluoride can be found in many water supplies, toothpaste, and even food at alarming levels. While it may sound shocking to many, some research is even drawing a close connection between fluoride and an increased cancer risk./strong>