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    Get ALL Fluoride Our of Our Drinking Water


    Get ALL Fluoride Our of Our Drinking Water Extremely Important: Fluoride Treatment – 5 Ways to Detox Fluoride #   by   Lisa Garber   October 2nd, 2012  Updated 08/19/2014 at 11:04 am It should be outrageous to think that the very water we drink is poisoned—but the water actually is. Although calcium fluoride is found naturally in underground and ocean water, the sodium fluoride added to the public water supply is virtually toxic, a wolf in the sheep’s garb of improved dental health. (The West Virginia University Rural Health Research Center says that  fluoride doesn’t even prevent cavities ; vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids are better allies for that.) Even the federal government is calling for lower levels of fluoride in public water after a Harvard study confirmed  fluoride’s lowers IQ . So needless to say, it is extremely important to know of fluoride treatment methods. In the wake of even more horrifying findings like fluoride’s link to the  cardiovascular  and cancer epidemic (causing at least  10,000 cancer deaths since 1977 ), it’s imperative that we learn how to defend ourselves against systematic and casual envenoming of our water. Here are 5 methods for fluoride treamtnet – ways to detoxify your body of fluoride. Fluoride Treatment – 1. Iodine While too much iodine is linked to hypothyroidism, so is too little. The good thing about iodine is that it increases urine irrigation of sodium fluoride as calcium

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