Do You Still Believe Fluoride is Good For Our Teeth? Read This!

advertisement - learn more

This topic has become so big in recent years that it probably isn’t necessary to state this but for those that are new to the subject here goes! Fluoride used in dental practices and used in our water supply is not a chemical made in a laboratory and approved as a safe drug. To understand Fluoride further, we can look at it scientifically. Technically the name ‘Fluoride’ is scientifically inaccurate. Fluoride is a reduced form of Fluorine and is an element we can find on the periodic table. It can be naturally occurring but is known to cause a great deal of health problems for humans when exposed in excess. What must now be understood is when we are speaking about Fluoride from here on out in this article, is that we are not just talking about a naturally occurring substance. We are referring to a chemical mixture that is sold under the name of Fluoride that contains a wide array of chemicals putting this substance in category 4 of the hazardous materials scale. This is the highest and most dangerous rating a substance can receive. This extremely toxic, hazardous chemical is illegal to dump and would cost companies a hefty price tag to properly dispose of it. Instead, the waste is sold to cities and towns where they are then legally dumped into water supplies.


The chemical names of the main substances used in wate fluoridation practices are hydrofluorocilicic acid, hexafluorisilisic acid and sodium silicofluroride.

It is illegal to dump the hazardous fluoride waste products hydrofluorocilicic acid, hexafluorisilisic acid and sodium silicofluroride into water streams, rivers or environment. It is considered an act of terrorism to do so. Yet it is legal to do and accepted as a safe practice when we add it to our water supply under the guise that it is helping with dental hygiene. This theory of helping with dental hygiene is built off of assumptions and not science. Currently, there is no evidence to suggest water fluoridation helps prevent tooth decay.

Roughly 99% of the water pumped through municipalities is not consumed through the mouth. Most is used for showering, watering crops and washing clothes. Given these facts, most of it ends up in streams, rivers and in oceans, where it is destroying and contaminating our environment. Due to the fact most of this does not touch our teeth but instead goed into the environment suggests water fluoridation is a practice put in place to legally dump this hazardous waste product. What is consumed by humans does nothing more than harm our bodies.

24 studies have shown a link between fluoride exposure and the lowering of IQ. When you really think about it though, is it all that surprising that brain function is hindered by the consumption of an extremely hazardous substance?

Fluoride is an unapproved drug being used in a highly illegal mass medication scheme. Fluoride is said to be voluntary by municipalities but the people never get to vote. The drug has not been approved by any drug agency and no one has been assessed for prescriptions.

Fluoride is so toxic and dangerous that it has the ability to eat through metal and concrete. A fluoride spill results in the use of haz-mat suits to clean up.

Water fluoridation is nothing more than the dumping of industries hazardous waste into people and our environment to avoid having to pay to dispose of the waste. They in fact make a profit instead.

Drinking fluoridated water has never been scientifically proven to reduce tooth decay.

Research has found that fluoride affects normal endocrine function, causes kidney disease, bone weakness, dental fluorosis, cancer, lowering of IQ, calcification of the pineal gland, arthritis, immune deficiencies, skeletal fluorosis and much more.

Below is a video showing hidden camera images inside a fluoride facility.

What Can We Do?

Stop drinking fluoridated water. Use a filtration system in your home that filters out fluoride. Most filters can also remove chlorine which is another harmful chemical. Brita water filters do not remove fluoride, something like a reverse osmosis system will work best.

Educate your doctors and dentists about where fluoride really comes from. The majority of the time those professionals are not trying to hurt you they just don’t know the truth behind the substance. They are limited to what their education taught them which is funded by the companies who are doing this.

Spread this information with others and your city politicians to put an end to water fluoridation. Be neutral and open as you talk about this information with them so they will take you seriously. Too often anger related to the issue makes it seem like it’s not something worth looking into.

Watch and share our documentary about fluoride.


Take The 30 Days of YOU Challenge!

Take the free 30 Days of You Challenge and discover more about your heart, mind and soul.

There are powerful benefits associated with taking time to relax, meditate, do something you love, journal, reflect or get started on a new hobby, but that means dedicating YOU time for it.

This challenge will help you set out on a journey to getting powerful habits started that can transform your life.

Join the free challenge and get the full guidelines on how to do it as well as support throughout the challenge.

Click Here!

advertisement - learn more

More From 'Awareness'

CE provides a space for free thinkers to explore and discuss new, alternative information and ideas. The goal? Question everything, think differently, spread love and live a joy filled life.

  1. Pingback: Detoxing Fluoride & Another Yoga Challenge…Yea! | Self-help Health

  2. Pingback: Best Known Peer-Reviewed Medical Journal Officially Classifies Fluoride As A Neurotoxin | Collective-Evolution

  3. Pingback: Do You Still Believe Fluoride is Good For Our Teeth? Read This! | IS MOLD IN YOUR HOME MAKING YOU SICK?

  4. kim

    My granny only drank tap water as long as i knew her. She developed ALS at the age of 60 and died a few years later. Just saying…

  5. Pingback: Is Baking Soda A Good Alternative Toothpaste?

  6. Bee

    The government doesn’t really care about tooth decay. If they cared dentists would be given more incentives to treat the poor and to accept any insurance. You have to be incredibly naive to think they give a rats ass about your teeth.

  7. roth

    Wow some idiots here defending fluoride. You can buy tooth paste with it it you want it. quit poisoning our water. Didn’t your here it was poison you morons. Don’t force it on anyone one, take it if you want. I don’t want it, take it out of the water. Brush your teeth if you want good teeth, and use fluoride tooth paste if you like.

    • Douglas Herring

      Hey Roth when you misspell words you look uneducated and therefore people with brains quit reading your comments. Don’t be part of the problem…

      • Kai

        What are you? A robot? If the message is received, it’s unnecessary to poke at spelling and grammar. This is not a thesis for a degree, but a comment. You’re part of a larger problem – someone who is ignoring the bigger picture and instead is focusing on small mistakes that are trivial. Having brains will allow someone to understand that people make little mistakes but we need to pick and choose what really matters.

  8. Pingback: Is Baking Soda a Good Alternative Toothpaste? | Enchanting Minds

  9. Felicia Trevor

    I am convinced that flouride, and all things supposed to be flouride in the water is linked to Alzheimer’s!! I mean they have been using it for 60 years and now we are seeing the results- 1 in 8 are getting this disease and it is supposed to be getting higher all the time.

      • Felicia Trevor

        Sure, I get your point, but Alzheimer’s virtually didn’t exist before that time. Or perhaps it is a combination of the flouride, the GMO’s and mercury and other heavy metals in our water, vaccines and tooth fillings! You have to admit there has to be some kind of correlation, thus causation, somewhere!!

        • Actually then you didn’t get my point.

          • Felicia Trevor

            Yes, I did, so what do you think causes Alzheimer’s? Just wondering!

          • I’m not a biologist or doctor so I can’t even really speculate. I suppose it could be something environmental; diet-related; or even genetic. So there’s no way to be “convinced” that fluoride, or anything else in particular, could be linked to Alzheimer’s, or any other disease, without evidence.

            I highly recommend reading Carl Sagan’s “The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark.” In a totally non-condescending way, I think it does a great job of outlining how the scientific method works. And it’s an entertaining read.


  10. Atrus Oranis

    I had it confirmed from a dentist who was a fellow classmate that fluoride is indeed good for your teeth. As with any chemical, what matters is the quantity. To much table salt can kill a person, so can too much Sodium Fluoride.

    As well, the article is misleading when it says that fluoride is just a “reduced form of fluorine”. Fluorine by itself can be quite toxic, but saying fluoride is dangerous because it’s a reduced form of fluorine is akin to saying that the chloride, like the one found in in sodium chloride (table salt), is dangerous because it’s a reduced form of chlorine (a toxic green gas).

    • Avi

      Now that you brought up the topic of table salt. Did you know Biritsh Oppresors in Colonial India used to feed the labourers in Tea Gardens with Salt in Tea as opposed to having sugar which is an accepted norm. The Salt tea dulls brain and lowers iQ . I can’t exactly prove it to you but People here have know it for a while about the Disadvantage of having too much salt . And the guy above saying that fluoride must be linked to Alzheimer is not so crazy, if you think about it. I’m not saying what he is saying is 100% true. But think about it . We in India have almost no cases of Alzheimer, or Parkinson’s or such other diseases which is widespread in America . We aren’t exposed to much of the chemicals which people in America are exposed to everyday in their life. So there must be something you are doing wrong there. My grandmother who never used a toothpaste ever in her life hasn’t got tooth cavity or decay and she’s 65-70 . Keep everything natural . Adding something extra to anything natural will always have side-effects , mostly bad ones.

    • bigdaddyriddik

      If you’re dentist friend is saying too much of it is bad for you, and the majority of our drinking water is saturated with it, why shouldn’t we be concerned??

      • Chris Ryan

        If you think about it for just a moment, that is ridiculous. It’s like saying that we shouldn’t have iron in our diet because someone ingested a vat of iron filings and died. Too much of it is bad for you. The right amount is (arguably) good for you. Why is that difficult to understand? I hope I’m not coming across as harsh here, because elsewhere in this thread I’ve called out other people for this, but some measure of reasonablness is I think required.

        • Traxxion

          I think the real issue is that there are only now studies that indicate how flouride may protect the enamel of your teeth, yet medical science advisors to the government somehow just “knew” this 60 years ago and started treating water willy-nilly all over the world – certainly the US and Europe. I would also question the net benefit of results in recent studies which show the tooth enamel becomes artificially hardened – which it is not hard to imagine could result in other problems, since you are no doubt inhibiting the tooths growth.

          Such overwhelming concern for our dental hygiene prompting such a large scale step (especially with NO evidence), also seems very much out of character. In the UK, you can get elective cosmetic surgery done on the public purse, you can get up to £26,000 of housing benefit assistance from welfare if you are an a low income (which is incidentally far higher than the average wage), but they still issue barbaric and harmful metal fillings as standard. White fillings have been available for 20 years or more now and they are still not available on public healthcare! There has also been criticism of the levels of flouride found in a lot of drinking water, because nobody actually checks.

          So call me cynical, but there is very little evidence that this is being done for the good of our health, (mainly because they did not have any studies showing it to be) and of course it does not take a genius to realise that since flouride has KNOWN harmful effects, a damaging chemical, even in small quantities when consumed with EVERY DRINK could result in some cumulative harm. As usual, when the medical establishment comment on flouride, they wax about it’s virtues and conveniently “forget” to reference the negative effects. In fact, since they didn’t have any evidence until now, they have been basically lying through their teeth.

  11. Kathleen D

    I can also attest that giving my daughters fluoride when they were babies (in drop form) helped them to have perfect cavity free teeth. Their father and I have fillings or crowns in/on every tooth so I know the fluoride helped them. They are also extremely intelligent – my oldest just graduated from college magna cum laude.

  12. Pingback: Do You Still Believe Fluoride is Good For Our Teeth? Read This! | ecoliberty

  13. Pingback: Fluoride Classified As A Neurotoxin | Seeker

  14. Pingback: Best Known Peer-Reviewed Medical Journal Officially Classifies Fluoride As A NeurotoxinNot Exactly The News | Not Exactly The News


    • Brandon

      Actually distilled water doesn’t have certain minerals and stuff that is present in water that does benefit us. R/O water is the best option with no added fluoride. I have a local DIY bottling station at the local market for this reason. I pay 89 cents initially for the water and the jug and I only have to pay 39 cents per gallon for refills thereafter.

      • Jeff

        You don’t need minerals in your water. You get them from the foods you eat. Distilled water is the best option.

      • JimJoeBob

        Reverse Osmosis and Distillation create the same water. When you work in a science lab, they are interchangeable. In many R/O “systems”, they run the water through minerals to add back some other minerals to improve the taste and pH.

        Also, this whole article is obviously written in order to create fear. Not that everyone supports the government, but the CDC called the fluoridation of water, one of the top three public health initiatives in the past 100 years, along with seat belts and vaccinations. But then again, this author probably thinks his vaccines gave him autism. I think it is interesting that the author talks about 24 studies, yet does not link to one of them. Here is one that shows that is does help…
        Oh yes, it is the evil government site. But the facts do not lie… “The caries rate among Grand Rapids children born after fluoride was added to the water supply dropped more than 60 percent. ”

        Btw, Selenium is bad for you also…. Is that in your multivitamin? Just might be… Because small doses of that improve fertility… Or does it.

        • Really nice finally to see some voices on reason on this thread. I don’t know how the whole paranoid conspiracy tendency starts but it can get pretty nasty and sure of itself. I think the greatest challenge we have is a complete lack of understanding of how science works. Anyone can post an article making whatever claims they like, of course, but it doesn’t necessarily mean anything.

  16. Pingback: TheNutriFarm Aspartame Damages The Brain at Any Dose - TheNutriFarm

Leave a Reply

Sign Up For Updates

Free Exclusive Film Screening!

Free Film Screening

Featured TEDx Talk

TEDx - Agents of Change
advertisement - learn more
Connect, Inspire, Chat & Share!
CE Radio - Listen now!
advertisement - learn more
Subscribe to CE Magazine Monthly For Exclusive Content!
The Mind Unleashed

We Recommend

Trending Now


Are Breast Screenings The Biggest Catastrophe In Women’s Health Today?

I believe that if you did have a tumor, the last thing you would want to do is crush that tumor between two plates, because that would spread it. – Dr. Sarah Mybill, General Practitioner (taken from the documentary trailer…