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Fluoride is more toxic than lead - why don't people know?





gandalfthegrey
Fluoride is more toxic than lead, and only slightly less toxic than arsenic - why don't more people know this? ...and why are so many cities and towns adding in to the drinking water (at least in North America)?
Afaceinthematrix
Many places add fluoride to water because it is believed to be a good preventive measure for cavities.
badai
everything is toxic if you take it excessively.

as your claim its toxicity is between lead and arsenic, maybe you can elaborate more on your "periodic table of toxicity" because for the rest of us who don't have our own "periodic table of toxicity", it was one of the Ten Great Public Health Achievements in the 20th Century

do you know how much salt you need to eat (in europe)/water you need to drink (rest of the world) to consume 5 grams of fluoride? you would die of sodium poisoning/water intoxication before your bone start to deform.

at least give one instance where people are dying from fluoridated salt/water.
jmraker
Just about everything negative about fluoride can be found at

http://www.fluoridealert.org/
http://www.fluoridation.com/

http://www.fluoridealert.org/fluoride-facts.aspx
http://www.fluoridealert.org/50-reasons.htm
the-guide
I think useful or toxic is up to its quantity, just use it properly.

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