posted on May, 24 2011 @ 04:27 PM
Yeah the toothpaste is a good suggestion. Fluoride is in many things, so we don't ever have a need for it. Like corn, corn is in everything we eat
practically, and it's fed to the animals that are eaten as well. No one should buy from Wal-Mart, because they're Wal-Mart and because they don't
sell filters that can remove fluoride.
Things that don't remove fluoride:
Brita, Pur, and most other filters.
Letting the water sit in the fridge [elemental fluorine may evaporate, but not fluoride]
The only way I know of to actually remove it would be to use reverse osmosis or some other type of expensive filter. Of course it would be expensive
since technology never had the need to try and remove it.
In a lot of cases it isn't being removed because of people and their BS studies they like to call science, which are actually as valid as a FOX
News poll. The CDC always backs up this regime as well. Taking iodine should help counter the effects of the fluoride. Fluoride collects in the
bones and can cause bone cancer as well as hyperthyroidism. It's just like when you get an X-ray, you can see your bones on the film because the
radiation is collecting in your bones. Not good!