common dietary sources of fluoride

Fluoride is a poisonous, persistent and non-degradable chemical in the environment that accumulates in soil, plants, wildlife and the human body. Fluoride is more toxic than lead but not as toxic as arsenic.

Fluoride has been added to public drinking water for decades, and modern dentistry has promoted the use of fluoride as beneficial. In addition, it is used to fumigate food storage sites (grains, dried fruits, coffee beans, cocoa and nuts), as it was approved as an insecticide to remove termites. According to the Agency for toxic substances and disease registry (ATSDR, united States), “cooking food in fluoridated water increased the fluoride levels in food”. In other words, when cooked with fluoridated water it increases its concentration.

Most people have accumulated fluoride in the human body causing serious health problems, such as DNA damage, cancer, dysfunction of the thyroid, hormonal imbalance, depression, low IQ in children in the development stage, brain tumors, dementia, premature aging, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, cardio-and cerebrovascular (CVA), dyslipidemia, hyperlipidemia, insulin resistance, hyperlipoproteinaemia, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease, etc

“It is a fact that fluoride causes more cancer deaths in humans than any other chemical.”

· Dr. Dean Burk

34 years at the National Cancer Institute, USA


How to avoid fluoride poisoning:

The first step is to consume quality water, both for drinking and cooking. Pure water is water that is not contaminated with organic compounds of chlorine, fluoride, heavy and toxic metals and xenostrogens, is colourless, transparent and odourless. In addition, it must have other properties such as pH alkalinity greater than 7.5, ORP negative, high electrical conductivity, low surface tension, and ionized hexagonal at an angle of 104.5 °. Do not drink water in plastic containers due to dioxin, Bisphenol-A and other Bisphenois. Filtering or distilling water does not remove chlorine or fluorine from water, and the use of reverse osmosis does not guarantee water quality in accordance with the above benefits. A good filter is the Nikken.

Use herbal mouthwash. Not only is it more effective, it strengthens the body without contaminating it. An option or addition to your oral hygiene: sodium bicarbonate.

Buy organic and locally grown food, from which you know its origin. Foods processed from soy milk (soy), grape juice, and instant tea contain high concentrations of sodium fluoride, as well as many drugs.

How to avoid fluoride poisoning:

The best ways to detox:

Magnesium inhibits the absorption of fluoride by cells and calcium removes calcium fluorides from tissues. Eating foods rich in both (such as pinion, melon, oats, avocado (avocado), banana (banana), Mandarin) is a solution to start the detoxification process.

Iodine has been shown to increase urinary excretion of sodium fluoride from the body, changing the form of calcium fluoride. In this process, calcium is lost, so you need to supplement by eating calcium-rich foods. Green leafy vegetables and high quality (dark) organic algae are highly recommended for this purpose.

Tamarind has been used in Ayurvedic medicine: the pulp of the fruit, bark and leaves become infusions and tinctures, with the ability to remove fluorides in the urine.

The diet to detoxify the liver (post I already did) can be very effective in eliminating fluorides and other toxins.

The sauna helps clean adipose tissue. To complete the process, drink plenty of fluoride-free water to replenish the water lost by sweating.

Vitamin C in abundance is useful in any detoxification program. The best dietary sources are berries, citrus, asparagus, avocados, melons, vegetables, pineapple and vegetables (such as spinach) and cruciferous (such as broccoli, kale, kale).