The True Story About Controversial Fluoride In Water & Toothpaste That You’ve Never Been Told And What It Means For Your Health

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Water fluoridation in the United States began in 1945 when Grand Rapids, Michigan, became the first city to add fluoride to its municipal water supply on a widespread basis. This was the result of a long-standing interest in the potential health benefits of fluoride for dental health, or so we thought. But part of the story isn’t always the full story.

I was born in a suburb of Grand Rapids, Michigan and in my hometown we had a company known as Wolverine World Wide dump toxic chemicals in barrels all over the city. This is all in west Michigan. This doesn’t even cover the Flint water crisis, the Detroit water crisis and the many big bottled water companies taking water from our great lakes.

Fluoride has a bigger history and a longer story than we know. We haven’t been told the whole story. But today I intend to do that.

In the early 20th century, researchers began to notice that people living in areas with naturally high levels of fluoride in their drinking water had fewer cavities. This led to the development of fluoride toothpaste and other dental products, which were introduced in the 1950s.

But there’s a saying in the scientific community that goes something like..

“Correlation doesn’t imply causation” – but what does it mean?

The phrase “correlation doesn’t imply causation” is a common principle in scientific research that emphasizes the importance of distinguishing between correlation and causation.

Correlation refers to a relationship between two variables where changes in one variable are associated with changes in the other variable. However, just because two variables are correlated does not necessarily mean that one variable causes the other. There may be other factors or variables that influence both variables or that cause one variable to influence the other.

For example, there is a correlation between ice cream sales and drowning deaths. During the summer months, ice cream sales and drowning deaths both increase. However, this correlation does not imply that ice cream causes drowning or that drowning causes people to buy more ice cream. In this case, a third variable – warmer weather – is likely responsible for both the increase in ice cream sales and the increase in drowning deaths.

In scientific research, it is important to carefully consider the relationship between variables and to use appropriate methods to establish causation. This may involve experimental manipulation of variables, statistical analysis to control for confounding variables, or other techniques to establish a cause-and-effect relationship. By understanding the distinction between correlation and causation, scientists can more accurately evaluate relationships between variables and draw meaningful conclusions from their research.

How Fluoride Started Making Its Way Into The Water Supply

In the 1930s, the idea of adding fluoride to water supplies as a public health measure began to gain traction. In 1943, a study conducted by the US Public Health Service demonstrated that adding fluoride to water could significantly reduce the incidence of tooth decay. This led to the decision by the city of Grand Rapids to begin fluoridating its water supply.

Over the next several decades, water fluoridation became increasingly common throughout the United States. Today, over 70% of Americans receive fluoridated water, which has been credited with a significant reduction in tooth decay and related health problems.

Despite the widespread acceptance of water fluoridation as a safe and effective public health measure, it remains a controversial issue in some circles, with concerns about the potential health risks associated with long-term exposure to fluoride at high levels. However, the overwhelming consensus among public health experts is that water fluoridation is a safe and effective means of reducing tooth decay and promoting good dental health.

Weighing Fluoride Health Risks vs. Benefits

There have been several studies conducted on the potential effects of fluoride on brain health and toxicity.

Some studies have suggested that exposure to high levels of fluoride may be associated with cognitive deficits and lower IQ scores in children. For example, a meta-analysis of 27 studies conducted in China found that children in high-fluoride areas had lower IQ scores than children in low-fluoride areas.

Other studies have suggested that fluoride may have neuroprotective effects and could be beneficial in preventing neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease. For example, a study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease found that drinking water with higher levels of fluoride was associated with a lower prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease in a sample of elderly individuals.

In terms of toxicity, fluoride is generally considered to be safe when consumed at levels that are within the recommended range for public water supplies (0.7-1.2 parts per million). However, exposure to high levels of fluoride can be toxic and can cause a condition known as fluorosis, which can lead to discoloration and pitting of the teeth, as well as bone and joint problems.

Overall, the evidence on the potential effects of fluoride on brain health and toxicity is mixed and there is ongoing debate about the appropriate level of fluoride in drinking water. However, the overwhelming consensus among public health experts is that water fluoridation is a safe and effective means of reducing tooth decay and promoting good dental health, and that the benefits of water fluoridation outweigh any potential risks. But what good is the public health at large in the United States? We spend more money on healthcare than any other country in the world yet we have the highest rates of obesity, heart disease, cancer and more. Our these ‘experts’ really worth listening to? I think not.

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is Fluoride Found in Nature? Or Synthetic?

Calcium fluoride and sodium fluoride can be found naturally in certain minerals, but they can also be synthetically produced.

Calcium fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral that can be found in rocks and minerals such as fluorite, apatite, and cryolite. However, it can also be synthesized in a laboratory setting by reacting calcium oxide (CaO) or calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)2) with hydrofluoric acid (HF).

Sodium fluoride is also found naturally in certain minerals such as villiaumite and halite, but it can also be synthesized in a laboratory setting by reacting hydrofluoric acid (HF) with sodium hydroxide (NaOH) or sodium carbonate (Na2CO3).

Both calcium fluoride and sodium fluoride have various industrial and commercial uses, including in dental products, water fluoridation, and as a flux in metallurgical processes.

My question to you is very simple. Do you think that the water fluoridation and dental fluoridation is extracted from nature? Probably not. More than likely it’s synthesized. Is synthesized anything ever better than something in nature? Nope.

Now, keep in mind that even synthetically derived vitamins can cause liver toxicity. Synthetic fluoride (calcium or sodium) isn’t going to be naturally understood by our biology as it is not found in nature. Similar to genetically engineered foods or drugs or other foreign things entering our body, the immune system has to respond.

Where is The Fluoride Story Going?

Keeping an open mind and searching the web high and low, in search engines, studies, documentary films, interviews and more there is one conclusive truth here. Fluoridation over water and dental care products has more question marks than periods, and with that inherent risk I’d rather avoid it. It’s far from vitamin C for example, which is the most researched vitamin/antioxidant of all time. Vitamin C has overwhelmingly been shown and studied to be positive. Fluoride (both calcium, and sodium) are both shown to be toxic, oxidizing and harmful to brain health, liver health, kidney health, pineal gland function and more. Even if it did prevent cavities, potentially, what else prevents cavities that doesn’t corrupt function of internal function of the brain and internal organs? It seems like a bad trade-off even if it does prevent cavities.

It appears that over time the story is becoming more clear and more people are realizing (even in the dental field) that water and teeth fluoridation is not worth the risk.

This is why many consumers have chosen to go with fluoride free dental products and to buy water filtration technology for their kitchen sink and shower filter that remove fluoride, chlorine and other toxic substances from tap water. More on this later.

Fluoride Documentary Worth Watching

Read the book ‘The Fluoride Deception’ Found on amazon by clicking here. 

Joe Rogan Discusses Fluoride in Water

The Real Truth About Fluoride

It seems that there is contradictory research around fluoride. Some that it protects teeth and some that it harms brain, liver and kidney health along with the IQ of newborn babies. The truth is, instead of arguing about it what if we just assumed that it was all true and both the ‘good’ and the bad’ were true, would fluoride still be worth it in our water and dental care products?

I don’t think so, and it’s for a very simple reason. It appears that fluoride may indeed help calcium to stay stronger within the body but this is more problematic than helpful. While strong calcium rich teeth may be beneficial, and bones too.. the accumulation of too much calcium in the body (which fluoride seems to bind to or strengthen in some way) can have very negative and life threatening effects.

Gathering of excess calcium in the body leads to kidney stones, arthritis, bone spurs, calcification of the arteries which narrows the flow of blood to and from the heart. Excess calcium build up in the body can quite literally be deadly. Even if sodium fluoride or calcium fluoride do work as ‘studied’ the downstream effects can be far worse in the longterm.

Additionally, I figured why not do an image search for calcium fluoride and sodium fluoride and see what kind of packing it comes in and what I found was nothing less than shocking. Take a look:

Sodium Fluoride (Made in China) With ‘Danger’ on it

These were just a few of the images that I found that say danger, toxic and more on them. You can take a look for yourself. That seems like a red flag to me. Why would I want this on my teeth and gums or in my body even in small amounts?

Do you think these bags with ‘toxic’ and danger/warning signs on them are good in your mouth and to be swallowed in water? Probably not. I wouldn’t take the risk, even in small so called ‘safe’ doses.

I Chose To Remove Fluoride From My Life Years Ago

I haven’t been to the dentist in over 15 years now, not once. I haven’t had any cavities or tooth issues. I use fluoride free dental care products and drink fluoride free water by using a water filtration device. You can read about how I have not been to the dentist in 15 years by clicking here.

I use boku smile bites which are tablets that melt in your mouth and contain essentail oils, activated charcoal and probiotics. That’s a dental care product worth using. Fluoride free and it helps to balance your oral microbiome. I also use Radiate Immunity capsules and let them melt in my mouth to kill any unwanted and unhealthy bacteria. Plus, I receive the health benefits of Radiate Immunity for my health!

Click here to visit Boku Superfoods to get boku smile bites. Use the discount code: healthywildfree for a discount on your orde.

Click here to visit to let these immune boosting liquid capsules keep your oral biome healthy and balanced.

I also use a water filter from Omica Organics. This water filtration goes under the kitchen counter sink and removes both chlorine and fluoride. It acts as a water softener as well. It also removes traces of pharmaceutical drugs, pesticides, petroleum based chemicals, heavy metals and more! It’s the ultimate filter for the home to have the purest drinking and cooking water you can get.

Omica Organics Filter ($261 after discount code, Left) Competitor Brand ($550 with no discount code, right)

In fact, look at a filter from a competitor brand. The filter to the right was $550 and filters about 95% of harmful contaminants (so they claim) yet the filter on the left from Omica Organics is just $290 (But use the discount code VFDF7M for 10% off that price for a price of $261) and as you can see Omica’s filter’s are much thicker. Even though the competitor brand has taller filters, Omica’s are much denser so the water goes through more filtration material for almost HALF the price!! Removing 99% of toxic chemicals. I’ve used both and had to take a picture of the size difference and price difference because it is such a big difference. I wish I had found Omica Organics water filtration earlier.

You can also get a shower filter from Omica Organics that removes the fluoride and many other harmful chemicals as well.

Click here to visit Omica Organics to get water filtration for your sink and bath today. Use the discount code: VFDF7M to get 10% off your order.

I hope that these products, tools and resources are helpful on your health journey!

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