fluoride

  1. Fluoride isn’t the only way to fight tooth decay

    Clean teeth… no cavities… and NO fluoride!

    It’s FLUORIDE or NOTHING. At least, that’s what the mainstream wants you to believe.

    It’s pretty desperate for you to buy into this, too.

    And it’s out with a new report that ludicrously claims that you can’t brush with ANYTHING else at all. According to the mainstream, using a fluoride-free toothpaste is just as bad as not brushing your teeth.

    And if you make the switch yourself, your teeth will rot right out of your skull.

    Hmmm… last time I checked, I still had all of my teeth.

    So, I used them to bite into this new study, and I found… well… it’s pretty much toothless.

    The researchers supposedly combed through SEVEN DECADES of science to find the studies to use in this analysis. In all that time… across all of those years… they only found three measly studies that tested fluoride for tooth decay.

    Just three – and all of them were conducted in a single period (from 1977-1981), all involved only children, and all of them combined had just 743 kids.

    They say that they couldn’t find many studies because it’s “widely accepted” that fluoride works.

    But how in the heck can something be “widely accepted” if it hasn’t been subject to ANY rigorous studies in at least 70 years?

    Answer: You can’t accept it. You have to question it -- especially fluoride, one of the most powerful neurotoxins on the planet.

    That’s not my opinion. That’s “WIDELY ACCEPTED.”

    Read the label on the toothpaste, and you’ll see a frightening warning: “If you accidentally swallow more than used for brushing, get medical help or contact a poison control center immediately.”

    Yes. It’s that dangerous.

    No one’s going around eating toothpaste – I hope – but even in NORMAL amounts, this stuff can hurt you in ways that are not immediately obvious, including learning and memory problems, cancer, kidney damage, and more.

    Clearly, if there’s a better option, you want it.

    And I’ve got it.

    The “new” meta-analysis claims that non-fluoride toothpastes don’t work -- but given that the original studies were done in the 1970s, I’m guessing that the non-fluoride options used weren’t very good.

    Today, we know more about what works and what doesn’t, including fluoride-free ways to fight the germs behind tooth decay.

    The natural sweetener xylitol can help wipe out bacteria in the mouth, including the Streptococcus mutans that often causes cavities.

    A 2013 study – also on kids – put a xylitol-only toothpaste up against one with both xylitol and fluoride. The mix did better, but not by much. In fact, the difference was NOT considered significant.

    In other words, xylitol alone is about as effective as fluoride… but with none of the brain-rotting dangers.

  2. Fluoride won’t prevent cavities

    BUSTED: Fluoride tooth protection just a myth

    Here's a simple New Year's resolution you can make and keep in a single day.

    It requires little effort, no changes to your diet, zero exercise, and not much money -- and it has the potential to boost your health for the rest of your life.

    Ready for it? I can sum it up in three words: Filter your water!

    Your water might look, smell, and taste crisp and clear, but odds are, it's anything but. It's loaded with dangerous chemicals and even drugs -- including poisons dumped in there ON PURPOSE.

    Now, the latest research shows how one of the most common toxins deliberately put into your water doesn't even do what it's supposed to.

    Fluoride is forced into the water of millions of Americans under the belief that it protects teeth, leading to fewer cavities. It supposedly not only cuts the cost of dental care, but it's also supposed to make your trips to the dentist shorter, lead to less pain, and allow us all to keep our teeth longer so we can eat better.

    Sounds good, right?

    Just one problem: None of that is true!

    The new review of 30 studies finds NO EVIDENCE that fluoridated water cuts the risk of cavities.

    I know that's not what you've heard.

    But that's been the dirty secret of modern dentistry, as YEARS of careful research all point in the same direction.

    Even the feds have been slowly and quietly admitting they've been wrong on fluoride, recently cutting the levels allowed in water by nearly half.

    They claim that it's to cut the risk of one of fluoride's notorious side effects, and that's the unsightly discoloration in the teeth many people suffer.

    But what you can't see is far worse -- because along with NOT protecting your chompers, fluoride can cause damage all throughout your body.

    Fluoride is a powerful neurotoxin that can mess with the brain and weaken bone, increasing the risk of fractures, especially in older women.

    And those may not even be the biggest risks.

    The worst one of all is something you may not notice at first because it doesn't happen right away.

    Decades of low-level exposure to fluoride can slowly wear away your thyroid, the "master gland" in charge of energy and metabolism.

    In many cases, the "blahs" that strike in your later years aren't the result of aging -- they're because of poor thyroid function.

    The feds may have cut the levels you're exposed to, but the ONLY safe level of fluoride is none at all -- so if you're not filtering your water yet, it's time to get started.

    Don't rely on a little filter pitcher. Use either reverse osmosis or a water distiller. Along with removing fluoride, it'll get rid of other the metals, chemicals, drug residue, hormone drugs, chlorine, and other stuff that routinely turn up in trace levels in U.S. drinking water.

  3. Tap water can turn deadly

    U.S. drinking water is often loaded with contaminants – and in Louisiana, two people are dead because of a brain-eating amoeba in their water.
  4. Study proves that fluoride lowers IQ levels

    Harvard researchers have confirmed that water fluoridation can harm intelligence and low IQ levels.
  5. Autism linked to toxins in the water

    New research shows that common drug residues found in drinking water may cause autism in at-risk kids.
  6. The risks of 'dental health'

    For too many dentists, the X-ray machine is more like a cash machine. They don't use it when they absolutely need images to diagnose a problem in your mouth. They use it the moment your insurance company will allow them to make a new set of images.
  7. Brush away pneumonia risk

    Here's the easiest way yet to avoid pneumonia: brush your teeth.
  8. A clean mouth for a healthy heart

    It's no secret that people with clean teeth and healthy gums have a lower risk of heart attacks and other cardiovascular problems, and two new studies again confirm the link.
  9. Mercury and fluoride in the dental spotlight

    Didn't know mercury was used in fillings? You're not alone: One survey found that 76 percent of Americans were unaware that the toxic metal was the main ingredient in dental amalgam.

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