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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

The Fluoride Conspiracy... Yes, I Said Conspiracy

Hey y'all!

I can write a lot of articles about fluoride toxicity in drinking water, and most likely will. However, I think the readers of Bluebonnet Natural Healing Therapy are highly intelligent and can handle a lot of information at once. I highly recommend that you watch this documentary in its entirety. It's a hard-hitting look at the fluoride battle from the perspective of award-winning and former BBC investigative journalist Christopher Bryson, based on over ten years of research.

Highlights include facts such as:

  • Fluoride in drinking water is based on fraudulent science
  • The original source for adding fluoride to the drinking water supply was the aluminum industry, which was looking for a way to get rid of it due to potential law suits from its employees
  • The USDA connected air-borne fluoride to bone disease in livestock in 1970
  • The leading scientist who promoted the safety of fluoride for drinking water was involved in the Manhattan Project, which developed the nuclear bomb during the 1940's
  • Information which showed the toxicity of fluoride was destroyed, by order of the U.S. government
  • In the 1950's corporate lawyers representing ALCOA (Aluminum Corporation of America), Dupont, Monsanto, and other corporate giants pressured scientists to only publish research showing fluoride to be safe
  • Industry giants hired top advertisers to get doctors and dentists to say fluoride was safe
  • A leading scientist with the EPA was fired after he blew the whistle on fluoride when a connection was found to bone cancer
  • Fluoride has been found to cause ADHD and reduces the IQ in children, but the scientist who made this connection was fired instantly after going public

Fluoride in our drinking water supply is a result of aluminum and fertilizer companies dumping fluoride into the water in order to dispose of it. Livestock and wild animals who drink fluoridated water get sick and die. Sodium fluoride is the main ingredient in rat poison and some insecticides. 

Fluoride builds up in the body over time and does not come out on its own. There are ways to chelate fluoride and other heavy metals and toxins out of the body by using certain herbs and activated charcoal. As the blog grows, I will teach the readers of Bluebonnet Natural Healing Therapy how to do this. But for now, quit drinking fluoridated water.

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