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US HHS says too much fluoride in water!

January 7, 2011

Here’s astounding news today: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says there has been too much fluoride put in drinking water. About 40 percent of children in fluoridated communities have streaking or spots on their teeth, the AP reported.

ATLANTA (AP) – Fluoride in drinking water – credited with dramatically cutting cavities and tooth decay – may now be too much of a good thing. Getting too much of it causes spots on some kids’ teeth.
A reported increase in the spotting problem is one reason the federal government will announce Friday it plans to lower the recommended levels for fluoride in water supplies – the first such change in nearly 50 years. [emphasis added]

What they don’t ask is: what is this doing to our bones? What do those streaks mean? Many medical professionals believe that fluoride makes bones more brittle. Back in the 1950s serious overdoses of industrial fluoride in streams on a Troutdale ranch made people and livestock very ill.

The resulting lawsuit was just the beginning of a spate of legal activity in Oregon.

Fluoridation of community water supplies continues to be highly controversial. The controversy can be easily resolved by stopping mandatory fluoridation and allowing individuals to consult with their medical caregivers regarding proper fluoride dosages.

It’s time to get the fluoride out of our drinking water!

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  1. January 23, 2011 1:14 pm

    I grew up drinking well water with no added fluoride and Ive worn braces for 6 years. I dont see how it can be said that Fluoride is a great must have additive to our water.

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