Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Health Ministry Finds that Fluoridation Does Not Reduce Tooth Decay

It was never meant to reduce tooth decay. Like most of your everyday life, it's a lie. Anyone with even a cursory understanding of the history of sodium fluoride knows that it was never meant to prevent tooth decay, and in fact damages your teeth. It's an industrial waste product, so toxic they can't dump it in rivers or the oceans, so they dump it in your drinking water, and add it to dental hygiene and other products. It's all a big sick joke. You know it's a joke when they refer to toxic waste as a "mineral".
    Statistics from a study conducted by the New Zealand Ministry of Health suggest that there are no advantages derived from fluoridation. These statistics actually match similar arguments set forth by the American Dental Association. 
    The latter organization conducted a large study on some 39000 American children and found that they did not derive any advantages from the use of fluoride. 
    The process of fluoridation is the practice of adding fluoride minerals to a water source so that people can get exposed to the mineral through drinking water. Some bodies of water already have fluoride in them and do not need fluoride added. 
    The fluoride is allegedly added so that it can help in the prevention of cavity development. The practice of adding fluoride to water is suppose to allow many people, regardless of income, to receive healthy doses of fluoride. Yet, recent studies are revealing that the fluoridation practices do little in terms of cavity prevention, if anything at all.