Flouride and IQ
As a follow-on from my earlier article about Flouride, 'The Jekyll and Hyde of Flouride', I recommend this interesting video on the issues around the fluoridation of water. As I explained in my earlier article, Flouride applied to the teeth does leave a calcified layer, which can prevent some tooth decay, but it also blocks up the holes that enable the nerves in our teeth to detect sugar, heat, cold, acids and other things toxic to our body. It therefore shuts off the natural alarm signals we receive from our teeth when we ingest sugary, acidic, holt or cold food and drink. Not good.
This video focuses on a related matter; the fluoridation of water supplies. It points out that there is no scientific evidence that flouridation of water improves the health of our teeth. Unfortunately, flouridation does have proven negative effects on our body, and in particular, our pineal gland and our brain function. Here's the video: