A few things that can't be argued; fluoride reduces thyroid function. Thyroid dysfunction is the leading cause of many illnesses.
The study below shows they found greater impairment of thyroid function from those that drink a higher amount of water due to the existence of
The argument that fluoride is ok at low dosages is laughable. Once you study what fluoride physically does to the thyroid, you understand that no
dosage is ok. Fluoride will damage your thyroid no matter how much you have. Low dosage just damages the thyroid at a slower pace, and negative
symptoms are not immediately visible.
Even then, we should be able to drink as much water as needed without needing to worry about how much fluoride we consumed. Drinking is not the only
method you are taking in fluoride either, you take baths and showers as well, and it is absorbed into your skin. You brush your teeth and some leaches
into your blood and is also swallowed. You eat foods made with it. It's almost impossible to stay in the "recommended dosage" range because its
impossible for average people to measure how much is consumed.
Back around 1999 there was a huge lawsuit in a neighboring city that my friend lived in where they accidentally added too much fluoride to the
drinking water. My friend now has hypothyroidism because of their mistake. Hundreds of people were impacted and now have to take medications for the
rest of their life because of it. They won the lawsuit but only got $125 from it. That just shows the people adding it are not accurately measuring
it either. How do we know they are mixing it evenly? We don't.
What about our pets? A year ago I moved from a city that doesn't add fluoride to the water, to a city that does (didn't think about it until
recently). My perfectly healthy cat suddenly started getting seizures out of nowhere, and no one knows why. We have ruled out everything. The only
change was the water. The cat was prescribed anti-convulsion medications until a few months ago when I decided to take him off, and only give it pure
water. He's cured, hasn't had a seizure yet.
My own health took a nose dive as well when I moved here. I suddenly have eczema on my skin out of nowhere, and I have found so many people in this
city with eczema as well. There is a huge eczema pandemic going on silently, and no one realizes it because its embarrassing to discuss. At on point
I spend a few weeks out of town and all my symptoms vanished. Then I get home and a week later eczema comes back. I put a filter on my shower that
claims to get 95% fluoride out, and things are looking much better. I also switched to fluoride free toothpaste, and funny enough some other recent
issues I've had with memory and focus are going away too.
There is something to this and we shouldn't be quick to dismiss it.
If I had it my way I would immediately stop adding fluoride to all drinking water until there is more concrete studies done. There should be zero
reasonable doubt that its harmless, and even then it still shouldn't be added.
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