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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

FLUORIDE & ACNE: IS FLUORODERMA CAUSING YOUR CYSTIC BREAKOUTS?

This article looks at the emerging evidence between fluoride and acne and whether this widespread toxin could be the cause of your cystic breakouts. *SPOILER ALERT* If you’re living in Australia, USA, New Zealand, Hong King or Singapore then the answer is most likely YES!

fluoride & acne: is fluoroderma causing your cystic breakouts?

About a year ago I was browsing the internet looking for research and evidence that certain toothpastes could trigger, or at least aggravate, flare ups of perioral dermatitis. I had no idea that this research session would totally change my opinion on some of the key causes of acne!
During this research session I came across a website called The Cellulite Investigation, a blog written by author and ex-FBI Investigator (you know the research on this site is going to be insanely detailed and evidence-based if an FBI investigator is behind it), by Melissa Gallico. What started as an investigation into why Melissa struggled with cellulite, led to the pioneering discovery that excess fluoride exposure clogs up the lymphatic system and causes hormone imbalances that can trigger cystic acne. Melissa actually discovered so much information on the topic that wasn’t really accessible she decided to write a book on the fluoride/acne connection called ‘The Hidden Cause of Acne‘.
Fluoride & Acne: Is Fluoroderma causing your cystic breakouts? | This article looks at the emerging evidence between iodine, fluoride and acne and whether this widespread toxin could be the cause of your cystic breakouts.

fluoride & acne: what is fluoride?

Fluoride is one of five halogens in the periodic table which include chlorine, bromine, fluorine, iodine and astatine. The only two halogens that are essential to the human body are chlorine (for stomach acid) and iodine (for thyroid health).
But isn’t fluoride vital for healthy teeth?! Well, that’s what we’re led to believe…but there is still huge debate whether fluoride actually prevents tooth decay or not… yet there IS a tonne of evidence to suggest that even small amounts of fluoride can cause harm to our health. So if tooth decay is a concern for you, I would focus on cutting back on cavity-causing sugar rather than relying on fluoride to keep your teeth healthy!............................................

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