Chlorine and fluoride are dangerous to your health!
– Although the chlorination of water may remove the threat of water-borne diseases, it does so to the detriment of the consumer.
– Once in the body chlorine eradicates all types of bacteria, harmful and beneficial alike, killing off or weakening many of the immune-enhancing microorganisms in the body.
– This eventually impairs the immune system to such a degree that people are no longer able to eject viruses, germs and cancer cells, to which the body ultimately falls victim.
– The good news about chlorine is that it will largely dissipate if left in a glass or pitcher overnight before drinking!
– Another study looked at children’s intelligence in two towns – one with fluoridated water and one without. about 28 percent of the children in the low-fluoride area scored as “bright, normal or higher intelligence” compared to only 8 percent in the high-fluoride area.
– Fluoride is a toxic agent that is biologically active in the human body where it accumulates in sensitive tissues over time, wreaks havoc with enzymes and produces a number of serious adverse health effects—including neurological and endocrine dysfunctions.
– Fluoride is more toxic than lead, and only slightly less toxic than arsenic.
– The fluoride used in municipal water systems today is a toxic industrial waste product, which is contaminated with lead, arsenic, radionucleotides, aluminum and other industrial contaminants.
– Fluoride is added to about 70 % of municipal water supplies in the United States, ostensibly to aid in the prevention of tooth decay, yet there is practically no difference in tooth decay rates between fluoridated and non-fluoridated countries, and no difference between states that fluoridate a high versus low percentage of their water.
Why Do We Fluoridate?
– The original motivation to promote water fluoridation in the United States was to protect the US fluoride-polluting industries from liability.
– Fluoride was used by the Nazis to make prisoners more docile and to reduce intelligence.
– Corporate interests hired Edward Bernays, the nephew of Sigmund Freud and the “Father of Public Relations”, to represent their interests in Washington regarding fluoride.
– Bernays successfully convinced leaders in Washington that it was in the best interests of the American people to have their water fluoridated, turning an expensive environmental liability into a profit center.