Fluoride

Fluoride is a known neurotoxin and disruptor of metabolic function. There is evidence that it causes calcification of the thyroid gland and the pineal gland in the brain that is responsible for secreting melatonin, the sleep hormone that facilitates regeneration and restores endogenous anti-oxidants. The main issue and cause for concern with fluoride is its dielectric blocking abilities. When fluoride is added to water, it lowers its dielectric properties, which means water cannot properly hold a charge. Charged water is the key to how our proteins and DNA operate, because water carries and transfers energy and information from light. When water does not behave appropriately, it cannot carry out this function, and as we all know, water is absolutely essential for life.

Today the most common sources of fluoride are from municipal water supplies, toothpaste and other dental hygiene products. The practice of adding fluoride to water supplies was supposedly fueled by the research that fluoride can prevent tooth decay. There are better, natural ways to prevent tooth decay such as a higher intake of healthy dietary fats and a reduced intake of sugar as well as proper dental hygiene efforts with non-fluoridated products.

There are ways to eliminate fluoride from your environment including outsourcing your water supply, drinking from a well or installing a reverse osmosis system to remove the fluoride from your municipal water supply. Non-fluoridated dental hygiene products can also be used.