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Where Fluoride comes from?

There are many sources of fluoride toxicity or exposure that need to be detoxed!

Fluoride is primarily a byproduct of the heavy metal aluminum and phosphate fertilizer industries.

We are also exposed to it, not only in public water but also in:

  • toothpaste
  • medication
  • lawn fertilizers
  • antidepressant
  • contaminated air
  • coal burning
  • aerosol propellants
  • phosphate fertilizers
  • smelting iron
  • industries producing aluminum, brick, glass, tile, steel, and detergent making industries
  • some wines due to the water sources


Fluorine is the lightest and most reactive of the group of chemical elements known as halogens (the others being chlorine, bromine, and iodine). It is naturally occurring in fresh-water lakes and rivers at concentrations not exceeding 0.2 parts per million or ppm. Springwater and wells often contain 0.5 ppm.Sodium Fluoride is a chemical byproduct.  At the government’s guideline of under 1 ppm, it is recognized as a toxic agent that will stain or mottled tooth enamel with fluorosis (white marks). It can accumulate in the bones, teeth, and soft tissues.

Symptoms other than tooth issues are brittle bones, osteoporosis, muscular weakness/pain, headache, mouth ulcers, bloating or sharp stomach pains, UTI’s, genetic damage, chronic fatigue, excess thirst, arthritic and neurological complications plus many more. It can affect your health in ways such as diabetes, kidney, cancers, extremity numbness, arthritis, and more.  To learn more about how fluoride affects your bones go to bottom line, eliminate as many sources as possible!

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