Water fluoridation: good or bad?

Fluoride has been linked to brain damage including low intelligence and neurobehavioral deficits in more than 40 human studies. Fluoride is added to water, toothpaste, gels, mouthwashes, pills, other dental applications, in processed cereals and other foods, mechanically de-boned chicken, canned fish and shellfish, some baby formula, beer and wine, juice, soda, certain instant teas and ice teas, cigarettes, fluoridated salt and certain anaesthetics. Image


About Naturopathy by Savvas Ioannides
Savvas Ioannides is a Naturopathic, Herbal and GAPS Diet practitioner who studied at Nature Care College in Sydney. Savvas uses holistic and natural therapies including Herbal remedies and Nutrition to boost your vitality and help you achieve optimum levels of health.

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