Since the 1950s, the United States has endorsed water fluoridation policies to prevent dental cavities.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that the optimal level of fluoride in our water supply should be between 0.7 and 1.2 mg/L.
In England, researchers recently assessed the relationship between water fluoridation and the incidence of hypothyroidism.
They found that higher levels of fluoride in drinking water were directly related to the incidence of hypothyroidism.
It is well-known that fluoride can interfere with iodine in the body. Fluoride is a neurotoxin, and one of the most oxidative substances found in the body.
There is no good data indicating that water fluoridation improves cavity rates.
Only two countries currently fluoridate their water supply: the U.S. and New Zealand. The rest of the world has realized that water fluoridation does not provide a dental benefit and is associated with risks such as hypothyroidism, lower IQ, and cancer.
There are no benefits of fluoridating our water supply. It should be stopped immediately.
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