Dr. David Kennedy believes that fluoride isn’t safe, and he has a few good reasons to think that way. Fluoride-packed toothpastes are bad for your health. Yes, you spit them in the sink or the toilet, but some of it ends up in your blood.
Fluoride has a terrible effect on your health, and it’s the last thing you need to give to your child.
Fluoride is dangerous
Fluoride is extremely toxic, and it’s added to almost every brand of toothpaste. The American Dental Association says it’s good to use fluoride as a preventative measure. Well, believe it or not, fluoride is also found in bottled water, infant formula, vitamin supplements and other products for everyday use.
In 2002, about 90 percent of all Americans were drinking water from public systems. About 67 percent of these people drank fluoridated water. But, there was no difference in decay rates of permanent teeth or the percentage of decay-free children in fluoridated, non-fluoridated and partially fluoridated areas.
According to material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), sodium fluoride is labeled as toxic by ingestion, inhalation and skin contact. Personal protection equipment for handling fluoride should include safety glasses and gloves.
Fluoride is more toxic than lead. The difference between fluoride and arsenic is small. These toxins end up in the body, and this happens every time you brush your teeth or rinse your mouth with your regular mouthwash.
Unfortunately, fluoride compounds are purposefully added to drinking water. Fluroridation is a common practice that is supposed to prevent tooth decay. Well, fluoride has never shown to prevent cavities.
Poison Control centers receive complaints of thousands customers who use too many fluoride-rich products, including vitamins, toothpaste, and mouthwash. Fluoride poisoning affects the body, and may have a fatal outcome. It’s a dangerous chemical that triggers an avalanche of negative reactions.
Avoid fluoride at any cost. It’s time to protect your health, and prevent any greater damage. You are responsible for your health. Don’t forget that.