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The Spice That Prevents Fluoride From Destroying Your Brain
For years there has been a debate over whether adding fluoride to our drinking water is a good thing or not. Those who are in favor of having fluoride added believe that it prevents cavities in our teeth. Much of the focus has been on adding it to the water to protect children’s teeth.
Fluoride can be found naturally in water and in the crust of the earth. T is a trace mineral, but when it is added to our drinking water it is not a natural occurrence. The debate continues as the Centers for Disease Control in the US have called adding fluoride into our drinking water “one of 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century.”
That being said, the World Health Organization has labeled the mineral a toxin that occurs naturally. It has been found that there was no reduction in cavities in the teeth of those who live in countries where fluoride has been added. The one thing that people do seem to agree upon is that while it is a trace mineral, fluoride is also a neurotoxin and it is capable of destroying your brain.
As a potentially dangerous neurotoxin, there are many ways that fluoride can damage your brain. Listed below are 9 ways it can seriously harm your brain.
1. It will lower your I.Q.
The facts are in and they have been documented. China Medical University and Harvard School of Public Health joined forces and conducted an analysis of 27 studies that tested the effects of fluoride on the development of the brain. The results showed that children who had fluoride in their water had much lower IQ scores than those who did not. There have been over 50 clinical studies proving that fluoride did affect a person’s IQ.
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