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Flouride has been added to public drinking water since 1945 in an “attempt to decrease tooth decay”. But does it really help our dental health?

Fluoride’s Effects on the Formation of Teeth and Bones

Excessive systemic exposure to fluorides can lead to disturbances of bone homeostasis (skeletal fluorosis) and enamel development (dental/enamel fluorosis). The severity of dental fluorosis is also dependent upon fluoride dose and the timing and duration of fluoride exposure. Fluoride’s actions on bone cells predominate as anabolic effects both in vitro and in vivo. More recently, fluoride has been shown to induce osteoclastogenesis in mice.

Osteoclastogenesis is defined as the development of osteoclasts, bone cells that breaks down bone tissue.

So if flouride isn’t helpful in preventing cavities, and actually causes enamel damage, then why have they been touting it as a healthy thing? Here is a little background into the where the flouride in our water comes from.

Toxicity of fluoride: critical evaluation of evidence for human developmental neurotoxicity in epidemiological studies

(May 8, 2020)Epidemiological studies have suggested that fluoride is a human developmental neurotoxicant that reduces measures of intelligence in children, placing it into the same category as toxic metals (lead, methylmercury, arsenic) and polychlorinated biphenyls. If true, this assessment would be highly relevant considering the widespread fluoridation of drinking water and the worldwide use of fluoride in oral hygiene products such as toothpaste.

The Use of the Neurotoxin Fluoride for Influencing Brain Function

Only 2% of Europe fluoridates water. Fluoride is banned in China, where studies on large populations showed an I.Q. decrease. Parts of Canada have also banned it, as well as Japan and Israel. The world’s oldest and most prestigious medical journal, The Lancet, classified fluoride as a neurotoxin and placed it in the same dangerous category as arsenic, lead and mercury.

Results continually showed that higher prenatal fluoride exposure was linked to lower scores on tests of cognitive function in children at age 4 and then again between ages 6 and 12.Fluoride can accumulate and calcify on the pineal gland, blocking its effectiveness, and these deposits can get worse as we age. A blocked pineal gland could lead to things like trouble sleeping or weight gain. One study even suggests toxic calcification could lead to early onset of puberty in girls.Yet another study links water fluoridation to higher ADHD rates.

In a governmental report from May 2022 states “The consistency of the data supports an inverse association between flouride association and IQ”. That means that as flouride exposure increases, IQ decreases in the developing brain. Flouride causes neurological damage, thus the name Smartwater.Stop drinking WATER with Flouride

Recommend: Smart Water: yeah 3$ a bottle but can you put a price on living longer then the next guy. pic.twitter.com/L4fJLEdleD— Chad (@_Chad_Ellinger_) November 3, 2023

Flouride has been added to public drinking water since 1945 in an “attempt to decrease tooth decay”. But does it really help our dental health? Fluoride’s Effects on the Formation of Teeth and Bones Excessive systemic exposure to fluorides can lead to disturbances of bone homeostasis (skeletal fluorosis) and enamel development (dental/enamel fluorosis). The severity of dental fluorosis is also dependent upon fluoride dose and the timing and duration of fluoride exposure. Fluoride’s actions on bone cells predominate as anabolic effects both in vitro and in vivo. More recently, fluoride has been shown to induce osteoclastogenesis in mice. Osteoclastogenesis is defined as the development of osteoclasts, bone cells that breaks down bone tissue. So if flouride isn’t helpful in preventing cavities, and actually causes enamel damage, then why have they been touting it as a healthy thing? Here is a little background into the where the flouride in our water comes from. Toxicity of fluoride: critical evaluation of evidence for human developmental neurotoxicity in epidemiological studies (May 8, 2020)Epidemiological studies have suggested that fluoride is a human developmental neurotoxicant that reduces measures of intelligence in children, placing it into the same category as toxic metals (lead, methylmercury, arsenic) and polychlorinated biphenyls. If true, this assessment would be highly relevant considering the widespread fluoridation of drinking water and the worldwide use of fluoride in oral hygiene products such as toothpaste. The Use of the Neurotoxin Fluoride for Influencing Brain Function Only 2% of Europe fluoridates water. Fluoride is banned in China, where studies on large populations showed an I.Q. decrease. Parts of Canada have also banned it, as well as Japan and Israel. The world’s oldest and most prestigious medical journal, The Lancet, classified fluoride as a neurotoxin and placed it in the same dangerous category as arsenic, lead and mercury. Results continually showed that higher prenatal fluoride exposure was linked to lower scores on tests of cognitive function in children at age 4 and then again between ages 6 and 12.Fluoride can accumulate and calcify on the pineal gland, blocking its effectiveness, and these deposits can get worse as we age. A blocked pineal gland could lead to things like trouble sleeping or weight gain. One study even suggests toxic calcification could lead to early onset of puberty in girls.Yet another study links water fluoridation to higher ADHD rates. In a governmental report from May 2022 states “The consistency of the data supports an inverse association between flouride association and IQ”. That means that as flouride exposure increases, IQ decreases in the developing brain. Flouride causes neurological damage, thus the name Smartwater.Stop drinking WATER with Flouride Recommend: Smart Water: yeah 3$ a bottle but can you put a price on living longer then the next guy. pic.twitter.com/L4fJLEdleD — Chad (@_Chad_Ellinger_) November 3, 2023 leer más leer menos

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