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Sunday, January 23, 2011

Is Fluoride good for you?

"Gary

Anyone with a good knowledge of the rat poison fluoride could be well qualified for this job!


“The National Coordinator will provide leadership and direction to the National Water Fluoridation Support and Coordination Service.

This is a new initiative based at Regional Public Health in Lower Hutt. The Service will support local councils and DHBs with factually accurate information about water fluoridation and its benefits. The service is being delivered through a consortium of organisations and a key role of the Coordinator will be to ensure good relationships and effective communication with a wide range of stakeholders. Knowledge and experience in health promotion and oral health are desirable to assist in ensuring efficient, effective and user-focussed service delivery.

This position is a permanent full time role.”

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Gary:
If they were adding CaF2 (Calcium Fluoride) in near homeopathic doses, rather than toxic NaF (Sodium Fluoride), then I would be happy.

Sodium Fluoride, which is added to municipal water supplies world-wide, is a highly toxic by-product of aluminium smelting.  It is at least 50 times as toxic as naturally occurring Calcium Fluoride.

In the human Calcium Fluoride is contained in the cells of the upper skin, in the tooth enamel, in the surface of bones, as well as in all elastic fibres.  Its actions are striking: Hardened tissues become soft and smooth; flappy tissue becomes elastic.

In the presence of Calcium Fluoride deficiency, cracked hands and excessive horn production on the hands and feet are striking.  Other signs include:
  • Cracked, scabbed, dry, brown tongue.
  • Dice-like wrinkles on the hands and face.
  • Flappy skin on the elbows, arms and hands.
  • Hard warts.
  • Flat feet.
  • Haemorrhoids.
  • Arteriosclerosis.
  • Varicose veins
  • Hard goitre.
  • Disk related back pain.
  • Joint problems.
While Sodium Fluoride may or may not toughen teeth, the toxicity of this unnaturally occurring substance far outweighs any benefit.  Unfortunately, the nutritionally essential Calcium Fluoride is caught up in all the hoopla over Sodium Fluoride.  

Deficiency in Calcium Fluoride is widespread.


So, why don't they put Calcium Fluoride into our water?  I think the reasons why are:

  • Calcium Fluoride is insoluble, so it would probably leave a white residue on everything.
  • Sodium Fluoride is abundant and dirt cheap.
  • There is a powerful industry lobby that would have a major toxic waste disposal problem on their collective hands, if they could no longer feed it (Sodium Fluoride) to Humans!
  • The health bureaucrats who are aligned with aluminium industry interests are either ignorant of the critical differences between Sodium Fluoride and what naturally occurs in our bodies (Calcium Fluoride), or they simply do not care.



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