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UK Against Fluoridation

Monday, August 31, 2015

James Reeves · 

There is a good reason why only 5% of the world and only 3% of Europe fluoridates their drinking water.

One would think that after 70 years with 74% of the U.S. drinking fluoridated water we should have great teeth by now and not epidemics of tooth decay in most fluoridated states and cities.

The May 2015 CDC Data reports that 41% of children have enamel damage (dental fluorosis), 90% of all adults have cavities and two-thirds of 40 to 64-year-olds lost one or more teeth due to decay. Tooth loss and untreated cavities are drastically higher in African-Americans and the poor are more cavity-p
rone.

The Surgeon General's 2000 report identified oral health as a "silent epidemic."
The CDC’s own data cannot even show a correlation between fluoridation exposure and better oral health. In fact, some of the most fluoridated states like Georgia (95.8% fluoridated) and Kentucky (99.8%) also have the highest rates of tooth loss among the country.

In fact in 1999 the CDC admitted that toothpaste applied to the tooth surface is sufficient. Never swallow fluoride.

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