Fluoride, a neurotoxin that has been linked to reduced IQ, impaired neurobehavioral development and brain damage, among many other serious health problems, is sometimes prescribed in supplement form to children ages 6 months to 16 years who live in areas that have non-fluoridated drinking water.
ProFume® is the name of the Dow AgroSciences fumigant that was approved for use on food by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Pesticides Programs (EPA) in January 2004. It contains 99.8 percent sulfuryl fluoride.
I just returned from listening to our Ontario Premier speak at a Belleville Chamber of Commerce business meeting of the shakers and movers in my local community.
Despite volumes of research and reports on serious health effects from fluoride toxicity and overload in children, the Ohio Department of Health (and other states) has restarted programs in schools to have children rinse with fluoride and have teeth sealed with fluoride BPA-containing materials.
Health Freedom Alliance is always fighting for your health freedom. When it comes to fluoride in our drinking water not only are we the people being poisoned by this substance but we have no freedom to say no to it.
How can collateral damage such as "impairments to the liver, kidney, brain, bones, pineal gland, thyroid, and even teeth* trump the paltry, if not outright questionable, benefits to teeth be considered a health benefit?
Fluoride Action Network
1) 97% of western Europe has chosen fluoride-free water. This includes: Austria,
Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg,
Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, and Switzerland. (While
some European countries add fluoride to salt, the majority do not.) Thus, rather
than mandating fluoride treatment for the whole population, western Europe
allows individuals the right to choose, or refuse, fluoride.
Monday, September 22, 2008 by: Neil McLaughlin
(NaturalNews) A recent newscast delivered some great news for natural health advocates while portraying it as a bad thing. On July 19, 2008 Channel 9 News (ABC) in Seminole County, FL reported that "Soon, a natural element will no longer be added to county drinking water, find out how the county tried to avoid telling customers until Channel 9 got involved."