Fluoride is a bio-accumulative, endocrine disrupting, neurotoxic carcinogen – not a nutrient

 

Unfortunately you will find some people referring to a “Tolerable Upper Intake Level” of Fluoride.
There is no such thing because Fluoride is bio-accumulative and your internal “dose” increases continuously until you die.
You would prefer to die of something not caused by Fluoride, would you not?

 

 

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Fluoride is a bio-accumulative, endocrine disrupting, neurotoxic carcinogen not a nutrient

Geoff Pain
December 2015
Abstract
Fluoride, Asbestos, Uranium, Lead and Tobacco (FAULT) are multibillion dollar industries that have caused immeasurable harm to humans who have recently discovered that decades of propaganda claims that the products are “safe and effective” are demonstrably false. Each of these industries has a history of denial of harm, suppression of evidence, attempts to avoid litigation and compensation of victims. In a last ditch attempt to retain public drinking water as a conduit for disposal of Fluoride, an industrial waste product, myth-mongers are attempting to promulgate the “Big Lie” that Fluoride is a nutrient.
Fluoride toxicity
The huge literature resource on Fluoride includes descriptive terms including:

Fluoride is a bio-accumulative, endocrine disrupting, neurotoxic carcinogen – not a nutrient (PDF Download Available). Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/285771633_Fluoride_is_a_bio-accumulative_endocrine_disrupting_neurotoxic_carcinogen_-_not_a_nutrient [accessed Jan 05 2018].

 

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