Water Fluoridation = Mass Medication

19 million adults in the US suffer from depression. We don’t put Prozac or Xanax in our water.
21.9 million adults in the US are diabetic. We don’t put insulin in our water.
71 million adults in the US have high cholesterol. We don’t put statins in our water.
78.6 million adults in the US are obese. We don’t put FDA-approved weight loss medication Alli in our water.

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Water Fluoridation Is A Choice

Not every city in the US fluoridates their water, yet they don’t seem to be struggling with gum disease or tooth decay. In fact, many of the areas that choose to avoid fluoride are actually listed as some of the healthiest places in America.

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Fluoride Being Dangerous Isn’t New News

In 1937, Dr. Dean Burk cofounded the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI) and was the head of their cytochemistry department for more than 30 years. He did an interview in which he ‘equated water fluoridation to “public murder”, referring to a study that had been done on the 10 largest U.S. cities with fluoridation compared to the 10 largest without it. Apparently the study demonstrated that deaths from cancer abruptly rose in as little as a year or two after fluoridation began. This and other studies linking fluoride to cancer were government-ordered but were quickly buried once fluoride was found to be linked to dramatic increases in cancer.’

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Fluoride Can Actually Damage Your Teeth

..and bones.. and sperm.. and thyroid…

Ironic. They put fluoride in our water saying that it helps prevent cavities, yet “too much” and you can actually see damage on your teeth, known as “dental fluorosis” (but don’t tell Solvay!).

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Fluoride Is REALLY A Neurotoxin

I had previously posted a crazy long blog post on the dangers of fluoride -then I realized that it was probably a little intimidating for a lot of people. Also, I had used an “attention grabbing” fake news headline to get people to realize the severity of fluoride in our water – and was criticized for abusing hyperbole. Therefore, I decided to split my research into six different blog posts, each talking about one specific aspect of fluoride. This is the first one – neurotoxicity.

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Terrorists Caught Contaminating Water Supplies in Iowa Cities

A new terrorist group has been exposed in southwest Iowa, with several arrests being made on the charges of breaking into several water treatment facilities and contaminating their water supplies. An official statement was released earlier, stating that this had been “going on for several years, yet just recently … [some red flags].. had alerted authorities” to the crime. They claim the terrorists’ abilities to “infiltrate themselves within the treatment facilities”, coupled with the fact that they only used “small doses so as to not arouse suspicion”, as reasons why they had been able to avoid apprehension until this point.

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The Avocado

We recently have been introducing Baby Roo to solid food. I was hesitant at first and wanted to wait as long as possible, but in the end decided to go ahead as more of a sensory play opportunity and bonding experience with the family than an actual eating experience. {Translation: I would put the food in front of her, but would not force her to eat and instead just let her play. If some happened to make its way in her mouth, all the better.}

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Whatever You Do… Don’t Swallow!

My thoughts on fluoride in general are pretty well-known, so it’s probably no surprise to anyone that I make my own toothpaste. It’s simple, cheap, and effective, and I don’t have to worry about fluoride or other hidden junk in the store brands.

Everyone knows that the toothpaste tube says to supervise children while brushing and that to seek medical assistance if it is swallowed. Yet, we don’t let this concern us, and we don’t wonder why? When it comes to my daughter, now I wonder about EVERYTHING, so I had no choice but to look into it!

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4 Breastfeeding Myths

Between my pre- and post-natal massage clients, my breastfeeding support group, and other momma friends, I’ve had a lot of discussions about breastfeeding in the last year. I’m constantly surprised by the reasons women have given me for why they didn’t breastfeed or why they decided to quit. Now, I’m not judging any momma – but in all of these conversations, 99% of them end with the momma saying, “I wish I would have done it” or “I wish I would have stuck it out” or, what makes me the saddest of all, “I wish I would have had someone to help me.” I honestly believe that a big reason why a lot of women don’t breastfeed is because there are a lot of breastfeeding myths out there, and sadly, not a lot of support.

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