fluoridation

  1. Autopsy proves aluminum is linked to Alzheimer's

    Hard-headed fluoride nuts unleash Alzheimer's

    Maybe they're too stupid to understand the science... maybe they've spent too many years swallowing every lie these namby pamby dentists can invent about the benefits of water fluoridation... but let me tell you something I've learned from decades or arguing with the pro-fluoride crowd.

    They have heads so hard, they could knock a buffalo on his arse.

    And now, it looks like a brilliant British researcher has discovered why. It turns out these misguided public health nuts have been coating their brains in thick layers of a dangerous, rock-hard metal for years.

    They're not brainwashed -- they're brain poisoned. And if you don't want to end up like them, you need to pay a visit to your local hardware store and buy the most heavy duty water filter you can find.

    A Keene University scientist has finally proven what I've been telling you, and anyone else who would listen, for years -- toxic levels of aluminum may be the cause of MILLIONS of cases of brain-rotting Alzheimer's disease around the world.

    And it's all thanks to the fluoride poison that municipal morons are dumping into your water.

    It's been years since a breakthrough study on mice linked aluminum to Alzheimer's, but the buffoons at the American Dental Association have tried to argue there's no evidence that aluminum destroys human brains.

    But Dr. Chris Exley has found the smoking gun after an autopsy on a 66-year-old man who died of Alzheimer's revealed that his brain was SWIMMING in toxic levels of aluminum. The man, who suffered from depression and headaches for years before Alzheimer's set in, spent his career working in a factory where aluminum dust was everywhere.

    But if you think you're safe from the ravages of aluminum, sitting at your kitchen table or behind a desk in a cushy office, think again. Aluminum is all around us, from our food packaging to our cosmetics, and study after study PROVES that fluoride essentially turns your brain into an aluminum sponge.

    You see, fluoride forces your body to absorb hazardous aluminum it would otherwise discard, and the lion's share of this neurotoxin ends up right in your brain. It's no wonder studies have shown that water fluoridation can actually lower your IQ!

    Fluoride is so worthless that our government refuses to define it as an essential nutrient, and too much fluoride in your water can actually rot your teeth right to their roots.

    Dumb and toothless is no way to go through life -- but I can't think of two better words to describe the local politicians who keep fluoridating your water. It may be a long time before these hard-headed fools stand up to the ADA and ban fluoridation, but you can get fluoride out of your life forever, starting today.

    The cure costs about $20 and screws right onto your tap.

  2. Alabama researcher exposes decades of water myths

    Mainstream water advice is all wet

    If Al Qaeda had its own magazine, no doubt Barack Obama would have graced the cover as 2009 Man of the Year. That was the year when ol' Barry decided that forcing water down the throats of 9/11 masterminds was cruel and unusual torture.

    Now, if only we Americans could get a little bit of that kind-hearted attention. Because while our Appeaser in Chief has been making sure terrorists are as cozy and comfortable as clams, mainstream medicine is still forcing water down millions of our throats every day. And our own government isn't doing a darned thing to stop it.

    But now a brave Alabama researcher is being crossed off her colleagues' Christmas card lists for standing up and admitting that the mainstream's longstanding obsession with having us gulp down eight glasses of water a day is pure garbage.

    Dr. Beth Kitchin is on a mission to keep you from spending your life with your lips glued to a water bottle and your butt glued to a toilet seat. In her latest research, Kitchin points out that there's no scientific basis whatsoever to the eight-glasses-a-day myth and that drinking more water won't help you lose weight, either.

    In fact, one study showed that drinking water has such little effect on weight loss, you probably burned more calories lifting the glass to your mouth.

    I've been fighting these water myths for years (even while our government sat on the sidelines), because excess water strains your kidneys, and fluoridated tap water has been proven to lower your IQ. So the next time some health nut tries to give you the business about chugging more H20, tell him what the science REALLY says about his advice.

    It doesn't hold water.

  3. Dental Association recommends brain-rotting fluoride for babies

    The American Dental Association (ADA) has issued guidelines promoting fluoride, a toxin that's been linked to lower IQ, to kids as young as three years old.
  4. Fluoridated water could be attacking your thyroid

    Tired of feeling fat and fatigued? Skip the Big Pharma pills and buy a water filter instead, because Uncle Sam's fluoridation plan may be tearing your thyroid to shreds. But Thyroid Performance Plus could give your sluggish thyroid the support it needs.
  5. Another win in the battle against fluoride

    There's finally an issue powerful enough to force communities to think twice about water fluoridation -- and it's not the decades of science that prove beyond all doubt that this toxic waste can rot the brain from the inside. It's money.
  6. The Link Between Levels of Fluoride in Public Water and Bone Cancer

    First, a doctoral student at the Ivy League institution concluded in a 2001 thesis that there was a strong link between levels of fluoride in public water and the incidence of bone cancer among boys.
  7. Fluoridating Our Public Water Systems

    For years, I've been waving a red flag about the government's misguided insistence on fluoridating an ever-increasing number of our public water systems.
  8. British Fluoridation Plan

    …The British government to court should the proposed national fluoridation plan become the law of the land. Currently, the legislation is being ram-rodded through the House of Commons, and the odds are good that it will pass easily.

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