What is Fluoride and what are its effects on me?

What is Fluoride?


Fluoride is a chemical that is commonly found in: toothpaste; mouthwash; tap water. This chemical is often added as a way to improve dental health, or so they say. Fluoride has actually been linked to many different diseases. For example toothpaste with fluoride sold in the U.S. requires all of them to come with a poison warning label, because you’re able to die from ingesting a large amount of it.


What are Fluorides effects on me?


Fluoride has been linked to many different health problems, but it has also been linked to a decrease in IQ among children that consume fluoridated water. Fluoridealert.org lists the following health issues and body parts affected by fluoride: Arthritis; Bone Fractures, Effects on Brain; Cancer; Cardiovascular Disease; Diabetes; Endocrine Disruption; Gastrointestinal Effects; Hypersensitivity; Kidney Disease; Male Fertility; Pineal Gland; Skeletal Fluorosis; Thyroid Disease; Acute Toxicity.