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06 May 2010

The Flouride Deception

If you've ever wondered about that warning on the back of your toothpaste tube--the one that says a child who swallows more than a pea-size amount should contact poison control--and thought about how fluoridated water, which is drank in uncontrolled quantities, could be safe in comparison, you do not want to miss "The Fluoride Deception."

"The Fluoride Deception" reads like a novel that you can't put down, but the information, though seemingly fantastic at times, is not a story. Instead, this book chronicles very real people and events and the end result is a masterpiece of documented abuse, pollution and poisoning that can no longer be ignored. I highly recommend "The Fluoride Deception" to anyone and everyone--the message it contains has the power to change policy and opinions, and will make you question the effects of not only fluoride but also of other "safe" chemicals used openly in our environment today. 
For those of you who have never thought twice about fluoride in your drinking water, this book is a much-needed wake-up call. And, if you are a dentist who supports the use of fluoride, you cannot afford to miss the information included in this book's 17 chapters. As Bryson says, it was "scientific fraud on a grand and global scale."

A leading Harvard toxicologist who found that fluoride in water produced nervous system changes in rats that resemble attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) was fired just days before her research was accepted for publication. Meanwhile, you'll find out the shocking connection between the U.S. Army Manhattan Project, where patients were injected--unknowingly--with plutonium and uranium to determine the toxic effects, and fluoride. And this is only the beginning of the story!

1 comment:

  1. 'soul sisters' indeed. Really, really nice too meet you and glad I stumbled over your blog :)