Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Local Colleges Peddling Fluoride to Students

On the first day of classes for the Fall 2011 semester, one local Massachusetts college was giving away free samples, alongside various fliers and pass outs about various school activities, organizations, and other college specific materials.

One would think that the samples would have to do with something college related, education related, or from local businesses and organizations, however that is not the case.

The college, of which I will not list by name in this article, instead has a giant basket of toothpaste. Yes, toothpaste, because apparently the college wants their students to have healthy, bright, white teeth, thanks to "Crest 3D White" toothpaste. Which says nicely on the label "fluoride anticavity toothpaste".

Nothing like poisoning the upcoming generation with fluoride which has been proven to be essentially useless, and comes from the waste of mining for phosphate fertilizer, and if often mixed with other substances. There have also been reports of more harmful substances such as radionuclides being mixed with fluoride in water, however, based on just the information from the E.P.A. website, they admit to having arsenic, lead, and other heavy metals, and that 1 - 3% of flouride have it, and they have set allowable levels for these metals. If the E.P.A. admits it, then the numbers are obviously much, much higher.

For those who are interested in learning more about fluoride, but here's one video:

When I find the excellent video I'm attempting to find, I'll be posting that here as well.

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