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Flouride Controversy Continues in Grande Prairie

Flouride is in the Grande Prairie Water Supply forcing people to ingest it every time they drink or use it. Even pets are having this chemical forced on them.

HEALTH SCIENCE:
The Food and Nutrition Board recommends that public water supplies be fluoridated when natural fluoride levels are significantly below 0.7 mg per liter.

The accepted concentration of fluoride in drinking water is 1 ppm. Concentrations over 2 ppm begin to be a health risk.

Dr. Takeki Tsutsui and co-workers of the Nippon Dental College in Japan showed that fluoride not only caused genetic damage but was also capable of transforming normal cells into cancer cells.

In one report, the US Government investigated 156 cancer deaths over 3 years. They concluded that fluoride accumulates in body tissues and may eventually cause cancer and/or other fatal illnesses.

Aluminum fluoride and Alzheimer’s Disease
Many municipal water supplies are treated with both alum (aluminum sulfate) and fluoride. These two chemicals combine with each other easily in the blood to form aluminum fluoride. Although elemental aluminum can not pass the blood-brain barrier, some compounds such as aluminum fluoride do. Aluminum fluoride is very poorly excreted in the urine. It is poisonous to the kidneys. Aluminum salts in the brain lead to Alzheimer’s Disease

AN ONLINE PETITION HAS BEEN SET UP TO STOP FLUORIDATION IN GRANDE PRAIRIE, TO SIGN IT YOU ONLY NEED TO GO HERE

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About Sandibuggs

I love the outdoors, ie: tenting, gardening, nature, trees, oceans, mountains, listening to the coyotes howl, the owls hoot, frogs croak and the chimes play their song in the wind. I love a good thunder and lightening storm and the smell of the air after a summer shower.

Discussion

4 thoughts on “Flouride Controversy Continues in Grande Prairie

  1. I never drink the tap water when I go to restaurants, I always ask if they have filtered water. If they don’t I buy bottled water. Did you know that beer and wine are better for you than tap water?

    Posted by Sandra Parsons | August 19, 2011, 2:47 pm
  2. Anybody want to go for a beer or wine?

    Posted by Grande Prairie Neighbor | August 19, 2011, 9:59 pm
  3. As the starter of the petition, THANK YOU for sharing this on your blog!

    Posted by Stacey Olson | August 26, 2011, 5:48 am

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