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Fluoride in water in Scotland would save NHS a fortune, says dental expert (www.bbc.co.uk)

“Adding fluoride to tap water is “safe and effective” says a dental expert, as Glasgow considers it.”

“The four chief medical officers have said there is no evidence that it causes cancer or other health risks. In fact, they condemn the over-exaggerated, unevidenced claims about health risks.”

“If we up it to the optimal level, it is safe for all ages, be they toddlers, pregnant women or care home residents.”

“Mr Donald said recent data from Public Health England, where six million people already drink water with extra fluoride in, showed it led to a 50% reduction in dental decay for five-year-olds, particularly in deprived areas”

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ripcurrent
ripcurrent
5 months ago

Evil actions gotta hide behind good intentions. Always have a cover story because people will ask!

WBPound
WBPound
5 months ago

It makes sense to drink copious amounts of a neurotoxin just so we can mildly decrease the probability that five year olds will experience tooth decay in their teeth which they are all about to lose anyway.

Iliketrees
Iliketrees
5 months ago

Fluoride rots teeth. Everything is an inversion with satan worshippers.

detectiverico
detectiverico
5 months ago

You should google the image of a calcified pineal gland (our 3rd eye), it’s horrible to see,and fluoride is like a magnet to the pineal gland. When it’s calcified it basically deactivates it, luckily the damage can be reversed. You can google image “pineal gland decalcifiers” and there’s a picture of 15 things you can use to repair the damage.

Last edited 5 months ago by detectiverico
hope
hope
5 months ago
Reply to  detectiverico

Cool. I saved the image. My household actually brush our teeth with turmeric powder, so that’s a cool connection.

Last edited 5 months ago by hope