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Originally posted by BluByWho
My city's water supply has 4mg per liter. According to the USDA 4mg/day is the recommended amount with the upper level being 10/mg day. I wonder if my PUR filter helps me out any, considering the DRI of water is around 2 liter's of water a day (8mg fluoride/day)
Originally posted by Will To Power
I can easily see this being classified as a national security issue. The longer people live, the less they contribute to the economy, and the greater the burden they are. There is a great worry about what the baby boomers will do to social security soon. What interest would the powers that be have in helping us to live longer? The government does not have an interest in our long-term health.
Here is a good source of horrific fluoride facts:
The Absurdities of Fluoridation
Fluoride is an ingredient in Prozac, Paxil, Phen-Fen (Fenfluramine), Rophypnol (flunitrazepam)--the date rape drug--is essentially fluorinated Valium, many fertilizers, and is the only toxic element in the nerve gas serin.
It's everywhere! And it's performing its intended function. The question is, who has the power and the courage to do something about it?
Originally posted by Jessicamsa
How do people get the flouride out of the water? And how do people get toothpaste without flouride?
This is very disturbing.