All tap water has chlorine in it, and
most tap water has fluoride in it, fluoride is one of the most toxic chemicals in the
It is a product that comes from the manufacture of super phosphic fertilizers, and is so toxic it cannot be dumped
Fluoride is toxic and dangerous, and should not be consumed.
Fluoride adversely affects virtually every organ in the body, primarily your thyroid gland.
It can be seen that the areas in America that have the most fluoride in the water have the highest rate of
obesity rates because people's metabolism go's down.
Fluoride makes you depressed and causes all types of physical
Chlorine kills bacteria and living organism.
We too are living organisms. Chlorine is a poison, and it is
put into the water to kill living organisms.
When we drink it, we're drinking poison.
Yes, we are taking it in small amounts, but it is still a highly poisonous chemical and should not be
Chlorine in the water that you drink causes massive
scarring of the arteries, which in turn means, no matter how much cholesterol you have or don't have, whatever cholesterol is
there will attach itself and begin the clogging process and restricts the blood flow.
America: Overdosed on Flouride
Tap water is absolutely the worst kind of water in the world because virtually all tap water is contaminated
"...fluoride (that is added to municipal water) is a hazardous waste
product...for which there is substantial evidence of adverse health effects and, contrary to public perception, virtually
no evidence of significant benefits," says Dr. William Hirzy, Vice President, Chapter 280 of
the National Treasury Employees Union, EPA headquarters in Washington,
At least 22% of all American
children nowhave dental flourosis as a result of ingesting too much
fluoride, according to The Centers for Disease Control.
That rate may be 69% in children from high socioeconomic-status families and those who live in fluoridated communities,
according to a July 1998 report from The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and corroborated in several reports
published since 1995 in the Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA-see below). Fluorosis is the
discoloration and, in advanced cases, the pitting
of teeth. Bleaching is not effective.
The more serious health concern is that dental fluorosis is not the only harmful health effect
that results from overexposure to fluoride. Fluoride has been linked in government
and scientific reports to a wide range of harmful health effects, including: bone and tooth decay (including dental and
skeletal fluorosis, bone pathology, arthritis, and osteoporosis) Alzheimer's, memory loss and other neurological
impairment, kidney damage, cancer, genetic damage, and gastrointestinal problems.
In addition, fluoride has been found to leach lead from old water pipes and soldering material, which has resulted in
increased lead levels in people.
Americans, even in un-fluoridated
communities, are suffering serious harmful health effects from overexposure to fluoride due to its
widespread and uncontrolled use. Fluoride can be found in any food or
beverage made with fluoridated municipal water. Less than 2% of Western Europe
drink fluoridated water compared to over 60% of the United States
Federal and state public health agencies
and large dental and medical organizations, such as the American Dental Association, continue to promote fluoride despite
growing evidence that it is harmful to public health and the environment. This is also despite EPA’s own scientists, whose union, Chapter 280 of the National Treasury Employees Union, has
taken a strong stand against fluoride.
Fluoride is not
an essential nutrient. It has never received "FDA Approval" (U.S. Food and Drug Administration). It is listed
as an "unapproved new drug" by the FDA, and as a "contaminant" by the EPA. Although calcium fluoride can occur naturally, the
typeof fluoride (sodium) added to municipal water is a hazardous waste product of the
aluminum industry, phosphate fertilizer industry, and other industries.
There is no margin of safety for fluoride exposure. In the 1940’s, when fluoridation began, the "optimal"
level of exposure for dental benefit was determined to be 1 milligram/day for an adult male. Even at that level, 10% of
the population were expected to contract dental fluorosis. It was estimated that adult males drank 1 liter of water per
day. At that time, other sources of fluoride were scarce