posted on May, 1 2010 @ 09:55 PM
Well be, the media has finally realised that too many people are cottoning on to the fact that fluoride is not good for us, so as usual, they come out
with the "We have only just discovered via new research" line, instead of the truth - "We have known all along."
You see, fluoridation of the water to TPTB is like hitting two birds with one stone - for one, fluoride helps to destroy enamel and damage teeth,
thereby giving the dentists a steady income when people come in complaining about tooth problems, and secondly, it dumbs people down. Thats right -
fluoride is a constituent in Prozac, because it is a pacifier; it turns people into zombies. So the psychological effects are important to help
control the population, as well as usurp their money for dental problems that never needed to occur, were we not poisoned in out water supply.
To anyone out there who is looking for a way to avoid fluoridated tap water, which is very hard, this is what I do to get around that problem.
Firstly, the bulk of what i drink, is celery juice, juiced in a Juicing Machine. It takes a bit of prep time, but no more than an average meal, and
you don't need as much juice as you would water in a day. What a lot of people don't know, is that celery juice is four times as hydrating as water,
so you only need about a quarter of it in volume to feel satisfied. Since celery juice by itself is pretty bland, i always add stevia to it, which is
a natural sweetener (with no carcinogenic aspartame like the commercially made ones). Most health shops would sell this. Secondly, when i'm hungry, i
try to eat a lot of high water content food, to keep my liquid consumption up, apples chilled in the fridge are my favourite, but any other fruit that
is mainly liquid works well (e.g. not bananas). Watermelons are also great for this purpose when in season.
If you really like coffee and hot drinks, research in the area you live, and find out what distilled/mineral water companies are out there who sell
water. You don't need that much, one 10 litre tank goes far and it is worth it. But be sure that the water they use either comes straight from the
ground, and has not come into contact with any chemicals, or has gone through a water filtering process called reverse osmosis, which as far as i
know, is the only one that tackles fluoride, as it is extremely difficult to get rid of, once mixed in the water.
Remember, doing nothing to lessen the amount of fluoride consumption (and remember all commercially made drinks, orange juice, coke, etc, all contain
tap water, hence fluoride) will over time slowly erode away at your tooth enamel. It is a slow process, but the problems associated later in life are
best prevented and avoided. If you start to notice white spots on your teeth appearing, thats fluoride poisoning, so that should be a sign to stop
drinking tap water.
Lets all hope TPTB someday stop poisoning the masses and allow us to drink chemical free, pure, natural water, that doesn't make us sick, like we
were meant to.