Fluoride Controversy

February 25, 2014 | Wiley Green, DDS 

The American Dental Association (ADA), the American Medial Association, the National Institute of Dental Research, the United States Environment Protection Agency, the Centers of Disease Control, the Food and Drug Administration, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Defense, the National Academy of Sciences, Proctor and Gamble, dental schools, and others promote fluoridation.

Basically their opinion is: Water fluoridation remains the safest, most effective, and most economical public health measure to reduce tooth decay, and there has not been any evidence that shows a relationship between fluoridation and other diseases in humans. It is probably accurate to say that opponents of fluoridation are viewed as self-styled experts who are either uninformed or misinformed, and whose motivation is self-serving. Information and opinions that are pro-fluoride can be easily obtained from any of the agencies and most dentists. For more information, call the American Dental Association at (312) 440-2500 or the Academy of General Dentistry at (312) 440-4300.

From a holistic point of view, the above endorsements completely ignore the studies showing the delirious effects of fluoride on a body--- lowers IQ, increases incidence of hip fractures, increases arthritic symptoms, acts synergistically to cause cancers, damages the thyroid and kidneys, etc., thus the establishment now reluctantly admits that the best effects of fluoride are topical on teeth, BUT that still feeds the poison directly into the blood stream just like holding nitroglycerine under your tongue goes directly to the heart to stop angina pain. We do not use fluoride at all.

FOR the latest information, visit https://iaomt.org/?s=fluoride and http://fluoridealert.org/issues/water/

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