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My Stomach Is Cavity Free, But Full Of Toxic Crud

3 responses to “My Stomach Is Cavity Free, But Full Of Toxic Crud

  1. AJ June 1, 2012 at 1:46 am

    The Fluoride conspiracy again? Fluoride is not harmful. Robert Carton should not call himself a doctor

    It may be good for your teeth, but only topically (if then), and it doesn’t do anything (positive) for the rest of your body. That’s why dentists have patients swish and spit(they think it’s harmful), as apposed to swish and swallow. It’s also why they put warning labels on the backs of toothpaste tubes (they think it’s harmful) telling users to call poison control (they think it’s harmful) if they swallow it. So with all that in mind, why on earth would we want this stuff in our water?

    Water that is drank by people of different ages, sizes, weights, builds, differing levels of health and all of whom drink differing amounts of water. I don’t know of another drug or supplement on the market that is administered in such a manner:

    Take somewhere between two drops and two gallons and call me in the morning… if you can.”

    Scoff all you want, but putting fluoride in the water doesn’t make any sense, and using tax dollars, even less. 😐

    Thanks for stopping in, AJ, and for taking the time to comment. 😉

    Peter Parkour

    • adimauro June 1, 2012 at 3:48 am

      Fluoride not harmful?! It was the main ingredient in rat poison about 100 years ago, but they had to stop using it because it was too powerful a poison, and too dangerous. Fluoride is one of the most powerful poisons there is! Yes, they put it in only small amounts. In small amounts it acts as a powerful anesthetic. Who was the first to propose and use fluoridation of water? Hitler. Because he said it made people more docile and easy to control.

      It’s not even good for your teeth. They noticed some people had better teeth who lived near a water supply with natural fluoridation, but it was calcium fluoride. That is what they even used for scientific tests to determine it was ‘good for your teeth’. Look at your toothpaste, there and in the tap water they put ‘sodium fluoride’. A poison.

      It is a byproduct of industrial production, originally aluminum production, but now others, too. The aluminum companies were getting sued for 10’s of millions of dollars (70 years ago, that was a lot more) for dumping it into rivers and lakes. Then one senator saw the ‘calcium fluoride’ study and came up with the great idea to put it into the water supply in 1951. Alcoa, the largest aluminum manufacturer at the time, hired him and made him an executive.

      I researched fluoride for many years and found that the only positive reports came from government funded studies. All independent researchers said it was bad.

      And with that people started scratching their heads, thinking, wondering and doing their own research. Free your minds and think, people. Think for yourselves. Don’t just stop with one report that agrees with your current point of view; dig deep. Find out what the experts, researchers, scientists, people with no ties, stake or money in the matter have to say. 😉

      Thank you for your input, adimauro.

      Peter Parkour

      • AJ June 1, 2012 at 8:06 pm

        Ok, but just remember this one, peoples; the vitamin/natural food/anti-vax people are a booming industry, too. Fluoride WILL NOT harm you and there is no scientific evidence for it causing any harm.
        But as you people will buy into the conspiracy theories, who am I to tell you that you’re wrong. I just hope neither of you have children.

        AJ, I would respectfully request that you come baring more than opinions, logical fallacies and well wishes on our sterility. Fluoride IS harmful. Ask any tube of toothpaste, poison control or dentist. Ask most of the European Union. Ask many cities in the USA who stopped putting it in the water due to dental fluorosis, bare minimum.

        If you have any links to scientific research that could shine some light on the subject, then by all means share it. I’m all for learning more and improving my knowledge base. Please prove me wrong.

        Peter Parkour

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