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Water, Water : Fluoridated Water: The Peer Review: Fluoridated Water: The Peer Review

By Prager, Jeffrey, J.

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Title: Water, Water : Fluoridated Water: The Peer Review: Fluoridated Water: The Peer Review  
Author: Prager, Jeffrey, J.
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science, Fluoridated Water
Collections: Science, Authors Community, Most Popular Books in China, Favorites in India, Education
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Publisher: Anarchy Books & Renegade Publishing
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Fluoridated water only prevents tooth decay in adolescents. Continued use of fluoridated water results in dental fluorosis or decay. Fluoridated water also lowers IQ and causes a myriad of diseases and disorders. Learn the facts and understand how to mitigate exposure.

A collection of over 100 peer reviewed reports and studies outlining the negative health effects fluoridated water has on internal human systems.

There’s no way to measure your total daily fluoride intake. If, for example, you cook a meal of pasta with meatballs, include a fresh salad with a glass of juice, wine or soda and then have a piece of fruit afterwards, how much fluoride did you take in exactly? Then add the fluoride you consume brushing your teeth twice a day—and fluoride is far more dangerous to the developing brains of small children as you’ll soon see—and you have no way of knowing how much fluoride you’ve consumed. Fluoride is bio-accumulative. If we could simply urinate or defecate consumed fluoride out of our bodies every day we could all be eating fluoride candy bars without ill effects. That’s simply not the case. Your body collects and stores fluoride molecules in a variety of organs including the brain. Several peer reviewed reports included in this eBook indicate that children between 2 and 4 years old consume somewhere between 57% and 104% of the daily maximum allowable fluoride intake as recommended by the Institute of Medicines 1997 report titled “Dietary Reference Intakes for Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Vitamin D, and Fluoride,” by simply brushing their teeth twice a day. In the meal I described above, organic or not, the vegetables and fruits we consumed all contain trace amounts of fluoride. The pasta we cooked was boiled in fluoridated water and heat concentrates the fluoride. The meatballs were made with beef that was fed fluoridated water throughout it’s lifetime and the soda, wine or juice are all created with fluoridated water. So how much fluoride did we consume? Of course we don’t know. There’s trace amounts of fluoride in the air we breathe and there are trace amounts of fluoride in almost all of the foods we eat and there are trace amounts of fluoride in our water, placed there purposely. Added together, we all consume fluoride on a daily basis and we haven’t the foggiest notion just how much we take in. A long-distance runner might drink 6-8 glasses of water a day. An infant on formula might also be drinking a significant and harmful amount of fluoride. There’s simply no way to know. Unfortunately the peer reviewed literature you’ll be reading herein makes a clear case that any amount of fluoride is dangerous and damaging to the neurological development of children—while they’re still in the womb and until they’ve reached 21 years of age or older—and that fluoride alone, but especially with other vitamin deficiencies, can cause a significant reduction in cognitive function, intelligence, memory and learning, among other things. In fact, after the age of 12 fluoridated drinking water can cause dental fluorosis, the precise disease that fluoridated water is alleged to control. There are so many problems related to fluoridated tap water that it’s still amazing that it’s a common and accepted practice.


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