The link between Aluminum, Fluoride and Alzheimer’s disease


I am often told that the link to Alzheimer’s disease and aluminum is inconclusive. If you don’t look for it you won’t find it. However there is plenty of evidence if you look for it.

Lets start with the link below which is a Comparative Toxicogenomics Database. It provides information on various chemicals and the diseases that they cause. We will look at these three listed below as they are all neurotoxins.

Comparative Toxicogenomics Database

CTD is a robust, publicly available database that aims to advance understanding about how environmental exposures affect human health. It provides manually curated information about chemical–gene/protein interactions, chemical–disease and gene–disease relationships. These data are integrated with functional and pathway data to aid in development of hypotheses about the mechanisms underlying environmentally influenced diseases.

Even though mercury is not found in our drinking water, I just want to make people aware of the effects that it can have on the brain.

Diseases caused by mercury.

Second from top of the list Autism

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These diseases are associated with Aluminum or its descendants.

Top of the list Alzheimer

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Fluorine Compounds

These diseases are associated with Fluorine Compounds or its descendants.

On the list for fluorides : Cognition Disorders, Memory Disorders, Alzheimer Disease

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Synergistic Toxicity

What most people fail to understand is that when chemicals enter the body, they don’t remain isolated. You may get chemicals entering the body from different sources at different times. But as they work their way around the body some may combine with other chemicals which can have devastating effects, as the experiments below shows. What kind of impact can this have on an unborn or newborn child?

“And combination of substances in toxicology can be greater than the sum of its parts. “With lead and mercury, for instance, a  toxicity rating of 1 for each mercury and lead equals not 2, but 60 when combined.”—Hal Huggins

Toxics can make each other more toxic.

“A small dose of mercury that kills 1 in 100 rats and a dose of aluminum that will kill 1 in 100 rats, when combined have a striking effect: all the rats die.

Doses of mercury that have a 1 percent mortality will have a 100 percent mortality rate if some aluminum is there.”


Toxins where ever they come from have a cumulative, synergistic toxic affect on all of us. They slowly degrade and diminish us bit by bit. For some it can come a lot quicker. The scientific facts speak for themselves.

Did you know that aluminum is being added to our water and the science has shown that aluminum is linked to Alzheimer’s disease.

The synergistic toxic affect of Aluminum and fluoride combined.

Fluoride Study Produces Too Many Dead Rats

“In l999, EPA convened a group of experts to carefully consider the results of the Varner et al. (1998) study,” USEPA spokesman, Charles Fox wrote in a September 5, 2000 letter to US Congressman Ken Calvert, Chairman, House Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment. Fox continued, “As a result of that conference, EPA has requested that the National Toxicology Program consider the possibility of conducting additional studies of the neurotoxicity of aluminum that include verification of the results observed in the Varner et al. Study.”

All three studies found that aluminum-fluoride interactions are associated with brain and kidney damage in laboratory animals. Aside from brain and kidney damage, there was an 80% mortality rate in the animals fed doses of sodium fluoride and aluminum similar to those found in artificially fluoridated drinking water.

Alum (aluminum sulfate) is most frequently used by water companies to improve the appearance of drinking water, to make it clear. For many years, aluminum has been known to be neurotoxic to humans and animals.

The Varner team said that, “Striking parallels were seen between aluminum-induced alterations” in cerebral blood vessels that are associated with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of presenile dementia. They concluded that the alterations of the blood vessels may be a primary event triggering neuro-degenerative diseases.




Varner and associates appear to have found TOXIC SYNERGISTIC ACTION between FLUORIDE and ALUMINIUM in drinking water. This has now been made a part of PUBLIC RECORD in the US FEDERAL REGISTER as of December 4, 2000.

Promoters of fluoridation can no longer get away with the “unequivocal statement” that fluoride is a “free ion” in water”, OR that “it completely dissociates and doesn’t react with other minerals in drinking water.”

Following the Varner, et al aluminium fluoride studies in which 80% of the experimental rats died before the end of the experiment the United States Environmental Protection Agency was sufficiently alarmed to push the National Toxicology Program (NTP) to do further research.

Varner and associates appear to have found TOXIC SYNERGISTIC ACTION between FLUORIDE and ALUMINIUM in drinking water. This has now been made a part of PUBLIC RECORD in the US FEDERAL REGISTER as of December 4, 2000.

The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) concurs with the EPA and has formally called for NTP to commission studies.


For the first time, synergistic action is officially acknowledged, along with the fact that FLUORIDE in the water COMBINES WITH OTHER MINERALS.


The proof is in the science. Not the pseudo corporate science that is always being presented to us by corporate controlled government.


It’s time to wake up, before you loose your mind literally and take action.


Americans are losing their minds to Alzheimer’s disease. It’s an epidemic. And it’s not typical of what’s going on in the rest of the world.
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that there are 18 million people with Alzheimer’s. Over 4 1/2 million Americans have the disease. We account for 25% of all Alzheimer’s cases, even though we represent only 4.6% of the world’s population. Europe is experiencing half our rate of disease. For Americans over 85 years of age, 50% are thought to have Alzheimer’s.
The question is, “Why?”………



The Age of Aluminum profiles people whose health has been seriously impacted by unwitting exposure to aluminum, along with leading scientists as they explore the links between this known neurotoxin and a growing epidemic of chronic illnesses and disabilities.

For those seeking answers to why breast cancer, dementia, autism, autoimmunity, allergies, and chronic fatigue are on the rise,

The Age of Aluminum is a must-see film.


Is your toothpaste erasing your brain

Go read the ingredients on your tube of toothpaste. It’ll list one or two ‘active ingredients’…notice the combined total amounts of ‘active ingredients’ is usually less than 1%. What about the other 99%?


Can Aluminum Cause Alzheimer’s Disease? by Melvyn R. Werbach, M.D.

Senile dementia is a progressive degenerative brain disease associated with old age. Its symptoms include short-term memory loss, slowness in thought and movement, confusion, disorientation, depression, difficulty communicating, and loss of physical function. Alzheimers disease accounts for about half of all senile dementia cases. Although there are many theories about what causes Alzheimers, the fact is, its origins remain poorly understood. One theory proposed that the common occurrence of being exposed to aluminum could cause Alzheimers dementia. Aluminum, the theory postulated, becomes concentrated in the characteristic lesions (senile plaques and neurofibrillary tangles) that develop in the brain during the course of the disease. At first, medical scientists thought this theory was absurd. Aluminum, they believed, accumulated merely as a result of a destructive process caused by some other factor. In recent years, however, the aluminum hypothesis has been gaining respect. For example, studies have discovered a direct association between the level of aluminum in municipal drinking water and the risk of Alzheimers dementia. One study found aluminum in drinking water was related to only this specific type of dementia;1 another found that the probability of the association being due to chance was only 1 in 24, with a 46 percent increased risk for people drinking water with the highest aluminum levels. 2 The use of aluminum-containing antiperspirants–but not the use of antiperspirants and deodorants in general–has also been associated with a risk of Alzheimers dementia, with a trend toward a higher risk corresponding with increasing frequency of use. 3 This relationship does not extend to aluminum-containing antacids, 4 which may simply be evidence that the aluminum in antacids is not absorbed–the process of absorption through the gut mucosa is quite different from absorption through the skin. We also know that serum aluminum concentrations increase with age. Aluminum may accumulate slowly over our lifetimes or we may absorb it more easily as we age. Moreover, there is evidence that people with probable Alzheimers disease have serum aluminum levels that are often significantly higher than those of people with other types of dementia, as well healthy people of similar ages.5 Further evidence that aluminum fosters the development of Alzheimers dementia comes from a scientific (placebo-controlled) trial of desferrioxamine, a drug that removes aluminum from the body by binding with it. While regular administration of the drug failed to stop the disease from progressing, desferrioxamine did significantly reduce the rate of decline in the ability of a group of people with Alzheimers dementia to care for themselves.6 Although the aluminum/Alzheimers link remains unproven, I believe that waiting for definitive proof before taking a few easy and protective measures is foolhardy–and more scientists are starting to agree.7,8 Perhaps one person in 10 age 65 or older suffers from dementia; by age 80 that figure rises to one in five. This is too common an illness to ignore preventive measures until we can know for certain why it develops.

Ways To Avoid Aluminum …….



Scientists Researching the Effect of Aluminum Exposure Appeal to the Public

Aluminum has been linked to diseases such as cancer, autism, and Alzheimer’s.  This toxic material is entering the human body via everyday consumption of food, water, cosmetics and an increasing number of vaccinations.

“Professor Christopher Exley, often referred to as Mr. Aluminum, has been studying the effects of aluminum on the human body for thirty years and has become increasingly worried. In a recent video presentation, he explained that, despite the fact that aluminum has been regularly used as an adjuvant in vaccination for many years, little is known about its effect on the human body. He made it clear that we should accept that aluminum is toxic and that toxicity may take many different forms. He stated that wherever it ends up in the body, it has the potential to do harm.

This is certainly something to consider, especially when none of us can be certain where an aluminum adjuvant will accumulate once it has been vaccinated into our body.

Professor Exley continued by stating that:

If aluminum is in the brain, it can produce neurodegeneration and problems associated with the brain; if it is in the bone, it can produce bone disease. Wherever it ends up in the body, it has the potential to cause toxicity, whether it is in humans, fish or any other living organism.”…..




WAR ON HEALTH – The Pharmaceutical Industry has become the #1 cause of disease and death in America by poisoning people with its toxic chemicals, so that they become future revenue generating patients. The FDA receives 40% of their budgets from drug companies! THE FDA IS KILLING AMERICANS EVERY DAY…



Aluminium in drinking water.

A health report on drinking water treatment linking Alzheimers mental health disease in the elderly to drinking water treated with aluminium sulphate, alumina, by municiple treatment filtration filter systems.

Aluminum – Why a Concern in Drinking Water?

For years, researchers have puzzled over the surprisingly high levels of aluminum that turn up in the shrivelled brains of Alzheimer’s disease victims. While some scientists believe that the aluminum deposits are only a side effect of Alzheimer’s, a growing number of investigators say that aluminum may play a central role in causing the disease that afflicts mostly elderly people. Aluminum occurs naturally in some waters but is also introduced as aluminum sulphate by some municipal water departments to remove fine particles, colour and bacteria. Municipal water departments usually control the water to a slightly alkaline condition, i.e., pH between 7 and 8. In alkaline conditions aluminum precipitates as fine solid particles, which are then filtered out by means of sand filters. However, sand filters become less efficient for particles as small as 4 to 5 microns and therefore fine particles slip through.

The latest evidence of a link emerged when Australian scientists reported that aluminum used to purify water accumulated in the brains of laboratory rats. The Australian study focused new interest on the issue at a time when Ottawa’s environmental health directorate is preparing to propose Canada’s first national guidelines for aluminum levels in drinking water. The Australian study was important, said the directorate’s chief, Dr. Barry Thomas, because it showed that aluminum in drinking water can be absorbed by the body. “As to whether it actually causes memory loss and brain damage,” added Thomas, “there is not conclusive evidence. But we fear that it may.” Although tiny amounts of aluminum are used in a variety of products, including antacids, antiperspirants, and some processed foods, the metal is pervasively present in drinking water. The reason: municipalities in Canada and other countries often use aluminum sulphate, or alum, to remove mineral particles from water in filtration plants, a process that leaves an aluminum residue in the water.

In the past, studies in Canada and other countries have pointed to links between aluminum and Alzheimer’s. University of Toronto researchers found in a 1991 study that they could slow the rate of deterioration in Alzheimer’s patients by treating them with a drug that removed some aluminum from their brains………

Aluminium in drinking water: An overview

HUDSON WD (1966) Studies of distribution system capacity in seven cities. J. AWWA 58 (2) 157-164. JASIM SY, FRASER JC, HUCK PM, URFER D and ANDERSON WB (1997)

Pilot scale investigation of the reduction of aluminum in drinking water.



Alzheimer‘s research triggers call for new water poisoning inquiry | UK news | The Guardian

Aluminium, which is a neurotoxin, has previously been associated with an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s.



Fed-up dentists expose the evil practices of modern dentistry: toxic filling, fluoride poisoning and more



Clearly there is enough evidence to question the safety of adding these neurotoxins to our water


The Precautionary Principle | Canadian Environmental Law Association

The precautionary principle denotes a duty to prevent harm, when it is within our power to do so, even when all the evidence is not in. This principle has been codified in several international treaties to which Canada is a signatory.


The Precautionary Principle

by UNESCO, 2005,

(United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization), 2005,

page 14, Box 2

When human activities may lead to morally unacceptable harm that is scientifically plausible but uncertain, actions shall be taken to avoid or diminish that harm. Morally unacceptable harm refers to harm to humans or the environment that is

  • threatening to human life or health, or
    • serious and effectively irreversible, or
    • inequitable to present or future generations, or
    • imposed without adequate consideration of the human rights of those affected.

The judgement of plausibility should be grounded in scientific analysis. Analysis should be ongoing so that chosen actions are subject to review. Uncertainty may apply to, but need not be limited to, causality or the bounds of the possible harm.

Actions are interventions that are undertaken before harm occurs that seek to avoid or diminish the harm. Actions should be chosen that are proportional to the seriousness of the potential harm, with consideration of their positive and negative consequences, and with an assessment of the moral implications of both action and inaction. The choice of action should be the result of a participatory process.

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