posted on Jan, 17 2012 @ 06:15 AM
reply to post by Maslo
Well it goes on to conclude that sodium fluoride intake may be associated with an increased cardiovascular risk. Yet that's the problem with most
official "fluoride studies" isn't it? All the results are compartmentalized and they'll say "not enough risk here", "not enough risk there", but it's
separated into neat little packages. When they say "tap levels are safe" for instance, they don't take into account the fact that everything
produced and sold for consumption in America is manufactured with the same tap supplies we drink.
Therefore, it's fairly obvious you exceed "safe dosage" because it's in your bread, it's in your juice, it's in your medicine... anything that is
produced with the same tap water, will have sodium fluoride in it. Then you whip fluoridated toothpaste in your mouth to top it all off, a rather
extreme amount of intake on the 'broad spectrum', in my humble opinion.
Even this study fails to take this into account, and they only apply the test to the mentioned drugs.
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