Fluoride Lowers IQ

Fluoride is used in the manufacturing of ceramics, pesticides, aerosol propellants, refrigerants, glassware, and Teflon cookware. 20-30% of all drugs sold contain fluoride, including some of the most well-known antidepressants and statins.1

For example, in 2008, these were the top 10 selling drugs that contained the fluorine atom:

  • Statins (Lipitor, Crestor, Vytorin, Zetia/Ezetimibe)
  • Anti-inflammatories (fluticasone propionate, Celebrex)
  • Antacids (Prevacid)
  • Antidepressants (Lexapro)
  • Neuroleptics (Risperdal)
  • Antibiotics (Levaquin)

Some organofluorine drugs metabolize into fluoride. Studies show that fluoride levels in the urine or blood elevate after the use of the following drugs:

  • Cipro2
  • Niflumic acid3
  • Flecainide4
  • Fluorinated anesthetics5
  • Voriconazole6

Fluoride is also the unwanted byproduct of aluminium, fertilizer, and iron ore manufacturing and is a waste product that manufacturers do not want pay to store safely for long periods of times. Unfortunately, fluoride is now allowed to be dumped and diluted into our water supplies.

Fluoride is toxic to the human body (brain, heart and bones) and is non-essential to human life.3,4

As of July 18, 2022, a total of 85 human studies have investigated the relationship between fluoride and human intelligence. Of these investigations, 76 studies have reported that elevated fluoride exposure is associated with reduced IQ in humans. The studies which reported an association of reduced IQ with exposure to fluoride, are based on IQ/cognitive examinations of 28,234 children (73 studies) and 689 adults (3 studies).

The Mother-Offspring fluoride studies provide compelling evidence that fluoride exposure during the prenatal and postnatal of life can damage a child’s developing brain. Bottom line, fluoride can be toxic to the nervous system.

We drinking water that has had fluoride removed and select toothpastes that are fluoride free. As for your regular dental cleaning, always opt out from any fluoride polishing agents.Major sources of fluoride include municipal water[1], dental polish[2], pesticides[3], pharmaceuticals[4], processed foods & beverages[5], tea drinks[6], mechanically deboned meat[7], teflon pans[8], work place (aluminum, fertilizer, iron, oil refining, semi-conductor, steel industries)[9]

If you suspect your health issues are due to fluoride exposure, give us a call. We’ll scan 100 different types of harmful chemicals & heavy metals to see if the cause of your health challenges are related to toxemia.

Flouride is alson tap water. Watch the Flouride: Poison on Tap Documentary

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[3]. Li Y, Zhang H, Zhang Z, Shao L, He P. Treatment and resource recovery from inorganic fluoride-containing waste produced by the pesticide industry. J Environ Sci (China). 2015 May 1;31:21-9. doi: 10.1016/j.jes.2014.10.016. Epub 2015 Mar 11. PMID: 25968254.

[4]. Møller IJ. Fluorides and dental fluorosis. Int Dent J. 1982 Jun;32(2):135-47. PMID: 6749693.

[5] .Lodi CS, Ramires I, Pessan JP, das Neves LT, Buzalaf MA. Fluoride concentrations in industrialized beverages consumed by children in the city of Bauru, Brazil. J Appl Oral Sci. 2007;15(3):209-212. doi:10.1590/s1678-77572007000300010

[6]. Krishnankutty N, Storgaard Jensen T, Kjær J, Jørgensen JS, Nielsen F, Grandjean P. Public-health risks from tea drinking: Fluoride exposure. Scand J Public Health. 2021 Feb 8:1403494821990284. doi: 10.1177/1403494821990284. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 33557697.

[7]. Fein NJ, Cerklewski FL. Fluoride content of foods made with mechanically separated chicken. J Agric Food Chem. 2001 Sep;49(9):4284-6. doi: 10.1021/jf0106300. PMID: 11559124.

[8]. Kanduti D, Sterbenk P, Artnik B. FLUORIDE: A REVIEW OF USE AND EFFECTS ON HEALTH. Mater Sociomed. 2016;28(2):133-137. doi:10.5455/msm.2016.28.133-137

[9] .Mullenix PJ. A new perspective on metals and other contaminants in fluoridation chemicals. Int J Occup Environ Health. 2014;20(2):157-166. doi:10.1179/2049396714Y.0000000062