Fluoride in our drinking water and toothpaste is poison

As Dr John Yiamouyiannis noted in his excellent book, "Fluoride. The Aging Factor", the American Medical Association (AMA), on September 18, 1943, (as fluoridation was first being proposed( cautioned that fluoride was a powerful protoplasmic poison, and because of its widespread presence in nature, toxic accumulation could be a major problem if water was fluoridated. On October 1, 1994, the Journal of the American Dental Association also noted that "the potential for harm outweighed those for good." It would behoove the Association's present membership to remember that in this same article, the ADA recognized that as little as 1.2-3.0 ppm of fluoride in drinking water was associated with "developmental disturbances in bones as osteosclerosis, spondylosis, and osteoporosis, as well as goiter."

Despite these cautionary warnings, Dr Cox convinced Dr JJ Frisch, a Wisconsin dentist, to actively promote fluoridation of the water supply. According to historians of the era, Frisch led the charge with the frenzy of a religious zealot and turned it into a political crusade.


--causes dental fluorosis
--damages DNA repair enzymes
--increases risk for osteoporosis
--increases risk for cancer (bone, oral, bladder, lung).
--causes genetic damage
--causes skeletal fluorosis
--causes abnormal brain development
--causes hypothyroidism
--reduces fertility in males

Health and Nutrition Secrets (that can save your life), Dr Russell L. Blaylock, MD

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