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Bottled water companies win fluoride battle

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posted on Jul, 24 2009 @ 10:57 AM
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Originally posted by defcon5
Water has fluoride in it naturally, same as many foods do. Water from an underground source has the highest concentrations of naturally occurring fluoride. Heck, seawater has like 1.3ppm of fluoride in it, and it’s certainly not from the government dumping it in the ocean. This is more likely about them not having to remove the existing fluoride, which saves them money, as it is about adding additional fluoride.


Wrong type of fluoride defcon. There's two types. What you're talking about is Calcium fluoride. Calcium Fluoride occurs naturally in the ground, and subsequently ground water, even sea water. While high level exposure can cause skeletal and dental fluorosis, it's not the monster that those of us avoid like the plague. That honor is left to sodium fluoride. This is what is added to the water supply, as well as your toothpaste. This fluoride is not naturally occurring. It is a synthetic waste product of the nuclear, aluminum and phosphate fertilizer industries. As a bonus, it comes pre-contaminated with lead, aluminum, and cadmium. It damages the liver and kidneys, and is a vehicle to carry aluminum from the blood to the brain. Combine that with your aluminum-rich stick of antiperspirant, and you have a recipe for disaster. Sodium fluoride also calcifies the pineal gland, interfering with melatonin production, subsequently interfering with sleep processes and causing thyroid issues that affect the entire endocrine system.

In short, it's not put in the water because it's good for you, it's put in the water because it's a convenient place to put this toxic waste.




posted on Jul, 24 2009 @ 01:39 PM
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Originally posted by Unit541

Originally posted by defcon5
Water has fluoride in it naturally, same as many foods do. Water from an underground source has the highest concentrations of naturally occurring fluoride. Heck, seawater has like 1.3ppm of fluoride in it, and it’s certainly not from the government dumping it in the ocean. This is more likely about them not having to remove the existing fluoride, which saves them money, as it is about adding additional fluoride.


Wrong type of fluoride defcon. There's two types. What you're talking about is Calcium fluoride. Calcium Fluoride occurs naturally in the ground, and subsequently ground water, even sea water. While high level exposure can cause skeletal and dental fluorosis, it's not the monster that those of us avoid like the plague. That honor is left to sodium fluoride. This is what is added to the water supply, as well as your toothpaste. This fluoride is not naturally occurring. It is a synthetic waste product of the nuclear, aluminum and phosphate fertilizer industries. As a bonus, it comes pre-contaminated with lead, aluminum, and cadmium. It damages the liver and kidneys, and is a vehicle to carry aluminum from the blood to the brain. Combine that with your aluminum-rich stick of antiperspirant, and you have a recipe for disaster. Sodium fluoride also calcifies the pineal gland, interfering with melatonin production, subsequently interfering with sleep processes and causing thyroid issues that affect the entire endocrine system.

In short, it's not put in the water because it's good for you, it's put in the water because it's a convenient place to put this toxic waste.


I posted something a few posts back saying they same thing, althought you have expanded on it somewhat


Originally posted by Chevalerous

Originally posted by Symbiote
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What sort of fluoride?

Sodium fluoride?

Or calcium fluoride?




Ya! has to be the calcium fluoride which exist in our nature with the mountain granite ground, au naturel right?




Yes calcium fluoride is natural and Sodium fluoride is a toxic waste byproduct that is "added" to drinking water etc and in turn gets into our food if it is cooked with the laced water. So you see how you are being posioned slowly so to speak . Even if your water does not have it added to it (Sodium fluoride) the food you eat out of cans, bottles ,pop etc could and most likely does have Sodium fluoride in it as the processing plants may be useing the tainted water to cook and perserve the food.
I guess you would need to find out where they get the water from and if it has the added Sodium fluoride, if they have their own well then it maybe ok but if they use city water,so to speak, then if the city is adding Sodium fluoride then its in the food they package, can, bottle or what have you.



posted on Jul, 29 2009 @ 05:34 PM
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In my area, the cost of filtering out fluoride from all incoming water is running around $8,000.00 right now.

More and more, that's starting to look like money that will be very well spent.



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