Sunday, May 11, 2008

Fluoride: Miracle drug or toxic-waste killer? Duh?

Headline: Fluoride: Miracle drug or toxic-waste killer? "The Centers for Disease Control lists fluoridation as one of the 10 greatest public health achievements of the 20th century." There goes the CDC's credibility. Actually, it went away a long time ago, about the time it became the PR and marketing arm of the vaccine industry. While it may be toxic to plaque-forming bacteria in the mouth, it is certainly toxic to the human nervous system (and more). Somehow, I do not think that killing a bit of oral bacteria, but losing your mind is a good trade, especially when you can eradicate the microbial critters with xylitol. Maybe we should check in with the so-called dental experts for their perspective on fluoride:

"The American Dentistry Association calls fluoridation of community water supplies "the single most effective public health measure to prevent tooth decay" in its "Fluoridation Facts" brochure."

Based upon that statement, they have even less credibility than the CDC, if that's possible. Oral ingestion of a known neurotoxin is just not a safe and efficient way to promote good dental health. Then again, we should have disposed of the ADA the moment that they endorsed mercury fillings as safe. Actually, the Dental dunderheads are quite consistent with their love affair with mercury. Fluoride actually increases the uptake of other heavy metals, including mercury. If there is a more deranged professional association, I do not know it. How can they claim it safe?

"The early studies that purported to show ingested fluoride reduced tooth decay were seriously flawed," says Dr. Paul Connett, emeritus professor of environmental chemistry at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y., and executive director of Fluoride Action Network. "There is no significant difference in tooth decay between fluoridated and non-fluoridated industrialized countries. The vast majority of countries are not fluoridated."

What is dental fluorosis? A mottling, yellowing and weakening of the teeth caused by that which is considered the "greatest medical advancement" of the 20th century: fluoride. Someday, historians are going to look back on this era of allopathic medicine and realize that we were pretty stupid. I'm not waiting for the historians. Paul Simon once wrote that there must be 50 ways to leave your lover.

Paul Connett once wrote that there must be 50 reasons to STOP fluoridating the water. Read it here.

It is clear that the CDC and ADA see no problem in the mass drugging of the population through municipally treated water. If they got this one so wrong, what makes you think that they are credible on any other health issue? Where is the FDA on drugs in the water? Drink up. Got toothpaste? If it's got fluoride, read this:

"WARNING: Keep out of reach of children under 6 years of age. If you accidentally swallow more than used for brushing, seek professional help or contact a poison control center immediately."

Crest, Colgate and even Tom's Of Maine have been altering the sign "Caution: Slow Children at Play" for many years now to include ALL children. If you don't understand what I mean, perhaps you should check your tap for fluoride as well. We simply do NOT need fluoride for good teeth. My kids have never used fluoridated toothpaste or consumed fluoridated water and have yet to have a cavity in three and eight years.

Lucky? No. Nutrition. Even the microbes that are blamed as the cause of tooth decay are merely the result of a faulty oral terrain brought about by poor nutrition and environmental toxicity. Once again, the adoption of the Germ Theory as biological fact is our undoing. A healthy oral cavity is teeming with bacteria, but in a symbiotic balance that does not lead to decay or disease. Good health starts in the mouth and fluoride has no place in it. Unless you like weakening your teeth and bones, disrupting endocrine functions and increasing your uptake of heavy metals.

What can you do if fluoride is out? It's a similar question when parents ask about vaccines. First and foremost, we must learn and apply Antoine Béchamp's Law of the Terrain. Only then will you relinquish the pharmaceutical grip of fear in which you are constrained. Health begets health. We must do that which contributes to it and eliminate that which takes it away. Are you clear as to which category the CDC, FDA, ADA and AMA belong?

What happens if I get a toothache or abscess? Homeopathic Hepar Sulfur and the consistent presence of oligodynamic silver hydrosol. Got nutrition? Don't forget the Silicon. What do we do with all the fluoride leftover now that millions are waking to the horrific reality of its toxicity? Who do you think deserves it? Let's start with the American Dental Association's Board of Directors. What are your suggestions?

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