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Professional Perspectives on Water Fluoridation

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posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 05:20 AM
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Featuring a Nobel Laureate in Medicine, three scientists from the National Research Council's landmark review on fluoride, as well as dentists, medical doctors, and leading researchers in the field, this professionally-produced 28-minute DVD presents a powerful indictment of the fluoridation program.



This is really worth a watch, im sorry if it has been posted before


peace and love to you all, stay safe
xx

EDIT: Forgot the link lol www.liveleak.com...


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posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 08:52 AM
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BUMP

thought i should bump this back up because it is very interesting with loads of information
check it out guys
peace and love xx



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 10:20 AM
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The funny thing is, many people think toothpaste, dentists or water with flouride content.

What about tea bags?

Theres more flouride in teabags than water and toothpaste. I think this is why there is a such a fuss over water, its diverting from other sources that harm you much more. Of course tea in the water is a major no in my opinion so is flouride in teabags.


Tea

In their drive to fluoridate the public water supplies, dental health officials continue to pretend that no other sources of fluoride exist. This notion becomes absurd when one looks at the fluoride content in tea. Tea is very high in fluoride because tea leaves accumulate more fluoride (from pollution of soil and air) than any other edible plant.49,50,51 It is well established that fluoride in tea gets absorbed by the body in a manner similar to the fluoride in drinking water.49,52

Fluoride content in tea has risen dramatically over the last 20 years due to industry contamination. Recent analyses have revealed a fluoride content of 17.25 mg per teabag or cup in black tea, and a whopping 22 mg of soluble fluoride ions per teabag or cup in green tea. Aluminum content was also high--over 8 mg. Normal steeping time is five minutes. The longer a tea bag steeped, the more fluoride and aluminum were released. After ten minutes, the measurable amounts of fluoride and aluminum almost doubled.53

A website by a pro-fluoridation infant medical group states that a cup of black tea contains 7.8 mgs of fluoride54 which is the equivalent amount of fluoride from 7.8 litres of water in an area fluoridated at 1ppm. Some British and African studies from the 1990s showed a daily fluoride intake of between 5.8 mgs and 9 mgs a day from tea alone.55, 56, 57 Tea has been found to be a primary cause of dental fluorosis in many international studies.58-70

In Britain, over three-quarters of the population over the age of ten years consumes three cups of tea per day.71Yet the UK government and the British Dental Association are currently contemplating fluoridation of public water supplies! In Ireland, average tea consumption is four cups per day and the drinking water is heavily fluoridated.

Next to water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world. Tea can be found in almost 80 percent of all US households and on any given day, nearly 127 million people--half of all Americans--drink tea.71

The high content of both aluminum and fluoride in tea is cause for great concern as aluminum greatly potentiates fluoride's effects on G protein activation,72 the on/off switches involved in cell communication and of absolute necessity in thyroid hormone function and regulation.


www.westonaprice.org...

Nice to see a fellow Scot on ATS.




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posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 10:22 AM
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I'll definitely be checking this vid out no doubt, got my flag!



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 04:31 PM
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oh bugger lol, i didnt know that about tea, i drink alot of that aswell, well should i say i used to drink alot of it hehe. thanks for the heads up ma friend, ditto to yerself . always good to see another scot, ayrshire area???



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 04:59 PM
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I have done some threads in the past about Fluoridation in our water supply and trying my best to warn others of the dangers..
I have not seen this video yet! Its a newer one! So I thank you for adding that on ATS for those of us who have not seen that one!
Great work! And keep it up!

Id like to quote one of the guys in the video.. He goes on to say.. If you want to protect your skin VS a sunburn.. One wouldnt drink sunscreen!

Thats about how fluoride is being used today, and being ingested!

Its one thing to go to your dentist and get the flouride you swish in your mouth and spit out..
Its a whole other thing to drink it and swallow that substance!

Its given out in one dose to everyone.. Done under the notion its for our health.. I understand its not about our health.. But more about control!

If you get a chance, take a look at one of my older thread that covers fluoride umoung many other things!



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 05:49 PM
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Originally posted by Free4Ever2
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oh bugger lol, i didnt know that about tea, i drink alot of that aswell, well should i say i used to drink alot of it hehe. thanks for the heads up ma friend, ditto to yerself . always good to see another scot, ayrshire area???


Lanarkshire myself.

I think the tea facts are shocking to be honest.

I was surprised when I learnt of how much content is within one teabag compared to water. If we are worrying about the water at the levels it contains why arent we all taking the war to the teabags


Really makes you wonder when you read articles such as this huh....

news.bbc.co.uk...



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posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 05:55 PM
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hahah that article made me laugh. what a joke eh?

Damn them tetley dudes, damn them to hell, i say we start a anti tetley revolution haha. the only tea that i think makes sense is that pg tips, remember years ago there adverts were monkeys, thats becuase ya gotta be a monky to drink that crap. and before anyone else says... i know i only just found out tea is high in fluoride so therefore i can say that hehe
peace dude x



posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 06:27 PM
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Originally posted by Free4Ever2
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hahah that article made me laugh. what a joke eh?

Damn them tetley dudes, damn them to hell, i say we start a anti tetley revolution haha. the only tea that i think makes sense is that pg tips, remember years ago there adverts were monkeys, thats becuase ya gotta be a monky to drink that crap. and before anyone else says... i know i only just found out tea is high in fluoride so therefore i can say that hehe
peace dude x


You noticed that the monkeys in the advert arent just there for our laughs


I tell you one thing, the things ive learnt about this country, not just the flouride.

Quite a nice little lie that they have for everything actually.

I think the only thing they do not lie about in the UK is the fact that they have cameras watching your every move.

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posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 06:35 PM
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A well put together study.
Even though the video is a little long it is well worth viewing. I was wondering about the effect that fluoride has on osteoporosis and it's addressed near the end of the presentation.

For me, the medicating without informed consent aspect and lack of monitoring from the health care community infuriates me.



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