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Fluoride removal

Fluorides cause many diseases

Sources of fluorides

Removal of fluorides

References

Fluorides cause many diseases

Fluoridation is one of the great mistakes of the 20th century. More toxic than lead and only slightly less toxic than arsenic, fluoride is an exceptionally dangerous chemical. A huge body of double-blind published research (6,7) shows that a build up of fluorides in the body leads to fibromyalgia, skeletal fluorosis (6,11), weak and damaged bones, heart and arterial disease (1), reduced intelligence (3,6,7,11), ADD / ADHD (10), and a variety of other degenerative diseases that vary according to each individual. The damage is not immediate, and can take twenty or more years to show up as behavioural disorders, Alzheimer's disease, hypothyroidism (8), hip fractures, bone cancer and osteoporosis (4), other cancers (11), kidney damage and a wide variety of other disorders.

"The prolonged ingestion of fluoride may cause significant damage to health and particularly to the nervous system", according to Valdez-Jimenez, lead researcher of a study published in June 2011. (2) "It is important to be aware of this serious problem and avoid the use of toothpaste and items that contain fluoride, particularly in children as they are more susceptible to the toxic effects of fluoride."

The placenta is not a barrier to fluoride poisoning of a foetus. (5)

Halogens. Fluorine, bromine, chlorine and iodine are known as halogens, and they are antagonistic to each other in the body. Increase the level of one or more of them, and they tend to replace or remove the others. Fluorine, bromine and chlorine are toxic. They are goitrogens, that lower the level of iodine in the thyroid gland and disrupt its function. Fluorine, bromine and chlorine are prevalent in our food and environment today. Up until early last century, their levels in both food and the environment were far lower.

Iodine on the other hand, is highly beneficial. Unfortunately, its availability is just the opposite to fluorine, bromine and chlorine. Early last century it was widely available in food. Today, almost everyone is severely iodine-deficient.

Sources of Fluorides

Removal of Fluorides

When fluorides are added to municipal tap water, they are almost impossible to completely avoid. A reverse osmosis filter can remove them, and also the process of water distillation. Several other types of filters claim to remove fluorides, but are not completely effective. However, you will still be ingesting fluorides from your bathing and showering, most washing and cooking, most foods and drinks that you buy, and all restaurants and take-away foods. Lunches and dinners at friends, schools, workplaces etc will still use fluoridated water.

The most effective thing you can do is continually lobby your local member of parliament. This is a long-term project, where gradually most people get to realise that compulsory or forced fluoridation of the population is a very costly mistake by the authorities.

Most of the world does not fluoridate its water. The only countries that still fluoridate their water are the USA and those countries which come under its strong influence. It is therefore particularly significant that on 29 July 2013 the Supreme Court of Israel ruled that Israel stop adding fluoride to its municipal public water supplies, and also banned adding fluoride to any other water, even for those who want it. It is joining a growing list of countries that have never fluoridated their water supplies, or are reversing the decision to do so.

Here are some natural remedies that counter the absorption of fluorides, and help remove the fluorides that have already accumulated in your body.

References

1. Li, Yuxina; Berenji, Gholam R.; Shaba, Wisam F.; Tafti, Bashira; Yevdayev, Ella; Dadparvar, Simin. Association of vascular fluoride uptake with vascular calcification and coronary artery disease. Nuclear Medicine Communications: January 2012 - Volume 33 - Issue 1 - p 14-20. doi: 10.1097/MNM.0b013e32834c187e.

2. Valdez-Jimenez L., Soria Fregozo C., Miranda Beltran M.L., Gutierrez Coronado O., Perez Vega M.I. Effects of the fluoride on the central nervous system. Neurologia 2011 Jun;26(5):297-300. Epub 2011 Jan 20.

3. Qin-qing Tang, Jun Du, Heng-hui Ma, Shao-jun Jiang, Xiao-jun Zhou. A qualitative review of the studies found a consistent and strong association between the exposure to fluoride and low IQ. 2008. Biological Trace Element Research. DOI 10.1007/s12011-008-8204-x.

4. Simmi Kharb, Ravindra Sandhu, Zile Singh Kundu. Fluoride levels and osteosarcoma. South Asian Journal of Cancer, 2012, Volume: 1, Issue 2, Page 76-77. DOI: 10.4103/2278-330X.103717.

5. Gupta Anamika, Tangade Pradeep S., Sunil M.K., Sahwney Hemant. Investigating Relationship between Fluoride ION Concentration in Mother and Cord Blood Serum. IndianJournals.com 17 November 2012, vol 12, issue 2, 94-7.

6. Paul Connett, James Beck, Micklem, H. Spedding. The case against fluoride; how hazardous waste ended up in our drinking water and the bad science and powerful politics that keep it there. 2010, White River Junction, Vermont: Chelsea Green Publishing. p. 384. ISBN 978-1-60358-287-2.

7. Christopher Bryson. The Fluoride Deception. 2006, Seven Stories Press.

8. Peckham S, Lowery D, Spencer S. Are fluoride levels in drinking water associated with hypothyroidism prevalence in England? A large observational study of GP practice data and fluoride levels in drinking water. J Epidemiol Community Health, 2015;0:1-6. doi:10.1136/jech-2014-204971.

9. WHO Expert committee on oral health status and fluoride use. WHO Technical Report Series 846, page 8. Geneva 1994.

10. Ashley J Malin, Christine Till. Exposure to fluoridated water and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder prevalence among children and adolescents in the United States: an ecological association. Environmental Health, 27 February 2015, 14:17. doi:10.1186/s12940-015-0003-1.

11. Shivarajashankara Y.M., Shivashankara A.R. Neurotoxic Effects of Fluoride in Endemic Skeletal Fluorosis and in Experimental Chronic Fluoride Toxicity JCDR, May 2012, Volume 6, Issue 4, pages 740-744.

12. Khandare AL, Rao GS, Lakshmaiah N. Effect of tamarind ingestion on fluoride excretion in humans. Eur J Clin Nutr. 2002 Jan;56(1):82-5.