Ever notice the poison control warning on your toothpaste?
That’s because it contains rat poison, also known as Sodium Fluoride.
A single tube of children’s toothpaste contains enough fluoride to kill a child and reports from Poison Control Centers in the U.S. reveal that at least 20,000 children are made sick by toothpaste every year!
This form of Fluoride originates as a byproduct from hazardous industrial activity such as the mining and phosphate fertilizer industries. It’s a bunch of carcinogenic compounds grouped together, the ‘official’ name is ‘Hydrofluosilicic Acid.’
For a long time the safety of Sodium Fluoride was highly debated and without any valid science supporting the effectiveness or the safety of fluoridation, North American began dumping pounds of this stuff into the public’s water supply.
Yep, its not only in your toothpaste, its in your water too.
And today, a report from the world’s oldest and most prestigious medical journal, The Lancet, has officially classified fluoride as a deadly NEUROTOXIN!
It’s in the same deadly category as arsenic, lead and mercury! And it deserves the right to be there.
Exposure to fluoride results in improper brain development including ADD, dyslexia, learning disabilities, memory impairment, and a significant reduction in IQ.
The dangers of fluoride have become a global concern so much so that the use of it has been completely banned almost entirely from Europe and in most developed countries across the globe including China, Japan, and Israel.
Ever since the public water supply became fluoridated, any processed product made with water including bottles water, soda, beer, juice, sports drinks, and even foods like soups, cereals, and chips are contaminated with fluoride.
What this means is that even if your municipality doesn’t fluoridate the water supply, and you’re not brushing your teeth with fluoridated toothpaste, you are still exposed to this deadly neurotoxin on a daily basis.
One simple step you can take to protect yourself from Fluoride is to swap out your regular fluoridated toothpaste for a fluoride free kind, activated charcoal, or even just plain old baking soda- the aluminum free kind of course.