bone cancer

  1. Fluoride no help for thinning bones

    Bad to the bone!

    Fluoride... for bone health?

    I'd laugh if the idea weren't so irresponsible, because fluoride is about as good for your bone health as a loan shark after you've missed a payment.

    The science is so clear on the bone-crunching risks of fluoride that even plenty of mainstream docs won't go near this stuff anymore. But for those who haven't gotten the message, a new study confirms -- yet again -- that it's absolutely 100 percent ineffective for senior women suffering from osteopenia.

    That's a bone-thinning condition that can lead to breaks, fractures, and even the far more serious osteoporosis.

    In the new study, 180 postmenopausal women were hoodwinked into taking either one of three daily fluoride doses -- 2.5 mg, 5 mg, or 10 mg -- or, for the lucky ones, a placebo.

    One year later, the women who ingested this poison had zip to show for it. Tests on bone mineral density in the hip and lumbar spine and tests of overall bone mineral density found no differences at all between women given the toxic supplements and women given the placebo.


    Now, it's one thing to simply fail to protect bone. But like I said earlier, fluoride can actually snap 'em like twigs. In the new study, there were zero fractures in the placebo group -- but FIVE spread out among the fluoride groups.

    And fluoride can do more than just break your bones. It's been linked to bone cancer and about a billion other risks -- up to and including making people DUMB.

    Maybe that's why the authorities are so eager to dump it into your water.

    If there's fluoride in your own water, there are two steps you need to take right now. First, install a reverse osmosis filter, which can remove fluoride and all the other common contaminants -- including drugs, hormones, and chemical waste.

    And second, contact your elected officials and tell them under no uncertain terms that you want the fluoride OUT.

    I'm not done with bone health yet. Keep reading!

  2. Germy mouths boost cancer risk

    Don't brush your teeth, and you'll have a stinky mouth full of cavities -- but those aren't the only risks. They're not even the worst risks.

    I've told you before how filthy yaws boost the risk of heart trouble. Now, new research confirms another big risk: People who don't brush are more likely to die of cancer.

    The study of nearly 1,400 Swedes tracked for up to 24 years finds that those who died of cancer had consistently higher levels of oral plaque -- up to 40 percent more in some cases.

    These weren't just the cancers that show up with old age, either. Based on life expectancies, those cancers cut 13 years off the lives of women and 8.5 years from men.

    In other words, brushing your teeth could literally add years to your life.

    But listen, you could brush twice a day, every day and still up your risk of deadly disease if you're using toothpastes loaded with chemical waste.

    Fluoride, which is added to nearly every mainstream brand of toothpaste, can actually cause cancer -- specifically bone cancer, not to mention it's linked to any number of other diseases from Alzheimer's to osteoporosis.

    Don't waste your money on expensive "all-natural" toothpaste, even if it is fluoride-free. Keep your teeth clean for pennies a day the Douglass way: Mix 3 percent hydrogen peroxide with baking soda until it a forms a paste, then work it into your gums with your fingertips -- you don't even need a toothbrush -- and rinse with the peroxide (just don't swallow it).

    Be sure to floss and use a water irrigator between your teeth, and you'll have the strongest teeth, whitest smile, healthiest gums, and freshest breath around.

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