Bombshell Finding: Any Level of Fluoride in Water is Unsafe

Fluoride in drinking water is an industrial waste product from the phosphate fertilizer industry.19 More than 300 studies have shown fluoride’s toxic effects on the brain,20 including 2006 National Research Council review that suggested fluoride exposure may be associated with brain damage, endocrine system disruption and bone cancer.

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report linking fluoride to brain harm

Dr Mercola

Story at-a-glance

  • The release of the National Toxicology Program’s (NTP) systematic review of fluoride’s neurotoxicity was blocked by government officials and concealed from the public since May 2022
  • Fluoride Action Network’s lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to ban the deliberate addition of fluoridating chemicals to U.S. drinking water has been on hold waiting for the release of the NTP report
  • Prior to the NTP report’s scheduled release in May 2022, it was shared with members of dental groups like the American Dental Association, which urged officials to alter the report
  • After a court order, the NTP report was released, showing that out of 55 studies included, 52 found that increased fluoride exposure was associated with decreases in child IQ
  • The meta-analysis noted that no safe exposure level could be confirmed, including exposure to fluoride levels found in artificially fluoridated water

In 2015, the U.S. Centers…

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2 thoughts on “Bombshell Finding: Any Level of Fluoride in Water is Unsafe

  1. .” . . . water fluoridation is not the norm worldwide. In fact, 97% of people living in western Europe drink nonfluoridated water . . . . ”

    Would anybody living in Western Europe accept that their water gets fluoridated?
    How come, we do accept it?

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