By Letter to the Editor on August 13, 2017.
The City of Lethbridge may want to reconsider adding fluoride and aluminum to their water supply.
Recently I subscribed to a Monthly Wellness Report by Dr. Blaylock. I received the August 2017 issue, as well as some older issues.
In the August issue he warns about “environmental dangers working against us including dangers such as fluoridation of drinking water.”
In the same issue, “fluoride causes considerable aging of cells, organs and tissues and is a major reason for crippling spinal conditions and fractures.”
Dr. Blaylock also writes, “There is no evidence that fluoride added to drinking water reduces cavities. In fact, there is considerable evidence that is destroys and structural integrity of teeth.”
In the June 2004 issue titled “Save Your Brain,” ther was this: “Fluoride, when combined with even small amounts of aluminum, produces dramatic destruction of the same brain cells that are destroyed in Alzheimer’s disease. In fact, as little as 0.5 parts per million fluoride aqdded to aluminum in water was found to produce extensive brain cell loss in the hippocampus, the memory part of the brain. Most water systems add 1 and 1.5 ppm fluoried and all add aluminum.”
“Recent studies have shown that fluoride can cause severe toxicity to the developing baby in a mother’s womb, especially injury to the child’s brain.”
“This study offers mothers a way to protect their children from the toxic effects of fluoride in drinking water and foods. A prenatal vitamin containing vitamins C and E and all of the other B vitamins, as well as minerals, can go a long way in protecting your baby.”
I get my non-fluoridated drinking water by using Nestle Pure Life – the 500 ml bottles – on the labels, said to have 0 ppm of fluoride.
Peter J. Fitzpatrick
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