November 29, 2012 at 1:30 am #40001
Dr. Heath Motley says:
August 16, 2012 at 5:40 am
Nicotine, most know of it through smoking and tobacco use. Ive always wondered why the US Government is so adamant with anti-smoking and tobacco usage. The carcinogenic properties are bad yes, i do condone smoking but only in small amounts and from organic of hand rolling tobacco, pipe tobacco or Cigars. I do however condone nicotine gum, or other nicotine treatments. Here is why.
Nicotine has an adverse effect on fluoride.
Remember how fluoride inhibits choleric activity? Nicotine excites them, rebounding and undoing fluorides effect. Nicotine is being used as a treatment for ADD and ADHD, Alzheimers, Parkinsons disease. I will not list the rest, for every single ailment fluoride is known to cause, nicotine has the reverse effect.
It makes you wonder, why people who smoke may find a considerably less effect from Prozac and other anti-depressants. Why most people with ADD and ADHD develop into smokers. WHY DO MOST DOCTORS SMOKE?
Parkinsons disease is your brains ability to receive and use dopamine from the blockage or death of brain cells in the motor regions. The cause is UNKNOWN. On a side note, ill mention again how fluoride enters the brain tissue easily and deposits aluminum at will, which has a conspicuous effect of killing brain cells and clogging up dopamine receptors. The most common treatment is levodopa, a drug that increases dopamine levels, so that what receptors and brain cells you have left can receive a better supply of dopamine. Funny, nicotine has the same effect. on a large level. Large enough so that it becomes addictive. Your brain becomes used to the higher dopamine count, so when the dopamine stops coming, your brain says hey, i want some more o that.
There is a lot more info. Here are some links for your own further research.
Summation Fluoride & Pineal Gland: Up until the 1990s, no research had ever been conducted to determine the impact of fluoride on the pineal gland a small gland located between the two hemispheres of the brain that regulates the production of the hormone melatonin. Melatonin is a hormone that helps regulate the onset of puberty and helps protect the body from cell damage caused by free radicals. It is now known thanks to the meticulous research of Dr. Jennifer Luke from the University of Surrey in England that the pineal gland is the primary target of fluoride accumulation within the body. The soft tissue of the adult pineal gland contains more fluoride than any other soft tissue in the body a level of fluoride (~300 ppm) capable of inhibiting enzymes. The pineal gland also contains hard tissue (hyroxyapatite crystals), and this hard tissue accumulates more fluoride (up to 21,000 ppm) than any other hard tissue in the body (e.g. teeth and bone). After finding that the pineal gland is a major target for fluoride accumulation in humans, Dr. Luke conducted animal experiments to determine if the accumulated fluoride could impact the functioning of the gland particularly the glands regulation of melatonin. Luke found that animals treated with fluoride had lower levels of circulating melatonin, as reflected by reduced levels of melatonin metabolites in the animals urine. This reduced level of circulating melatonin was accompanied as might be expected by an earlier onset of puberty in the fluoride-treated female animals. Luke summarized her human and animal findings as follows: In conclusion, the human pineal gland contains the highest concentration of fluoride in the body. Fluoride is associated with depressed pineal melatonin synthesis by prepubertal gerbils and an accelerated onset of sexual maturation in the female gerbil. The results strengthen the hypothesis that the pineal has a role in the timing of the onset of puberty. Whether or not fluoride interferes with pineal function in humans requires further investigation.November 29, 2012 at 1:02 pm #40002
There’s probably some truth here.
My grandfather smoked his whole life, until age 90, when he quit.
After a year, he developed dementia, and died with
severe dementia at age 92. Of course, that could
very well be coincidence, but my intuition suggests not.
It has been shown that patients with Alzheimer’s disease
have an accumulation of aluminum in the brain. Fluoride
has a high affinity for aluminum, and in fact, the fluoride
that is added to our drinking supply is a waste product
of the aluminum industry! Long story short, fluoride
is a poison. It is only added to our drinking supply
to help the aluminum, phosphate, and nuclear industries
conveniently get rid of their toxic waste. It does not
strengthen bones (i.e. teeth); it weakens them. Even if
it did (which it does not), drinking it makes about
as much sense as drinking shampoo because that’s “good
for your hair”.
What’s the lesson to be learned here?
It is not to smoke to avoid the damaging effects of fluoride.
Regardless of “protective effects”, it doesn’t make
sense to introduce a second poison to counteract the
effects of the first. The appropriate strategy is to
remove the first poison!
This includes avoiding drinking fluoridated drinking water,
and consuming products that are made with fluoridated
drinking water as much as possible.
Fluoride is notoriously difficult to remove from drinking
water once it is there. Doing a simple filtering, such
as with Brita or other filters, will not remove the fluoride.
There are really only two ways to effectively remove
fluoride from drinking water. One, is reverse osmosis.
Reverse osmosis, while effective, strips everything out
of the water. It is questionable how healthy this water is,
as it effectively becomes “dead water”. Aside from the
fact that it is somewhat unnatural, the healthy minerals
such as magnesium, calcium, etc. are also absent from it.
The other method, is to use a special filtration system
specifically designed to remove fluoride from the water.
It is slightly complicated, as you need to use aluminum
(which fluoride has an affinity for) to strip out the
fluoride . . . then you need a followup filter to
remove any aluminum that is left/introduced into the water.
Despite such complications, this is the one that I use.November 29, 2012 at 1:10 pm #40004
For more information about the true
story of fluoride, and why its addition
to our drinking water is a terrible scam
that is destructive to our health, please
watch “The Fluoride Deception”. It is
highly educational, and deserves repeated
viewings–even if you’ve seen it before.November 30, 2012 at 1:37 am #40006
I was actually just looking at that
site because I was looking for filters
for drinking water as well as for my
shower and bath…I take a bath every
night. Have you tried the bathware, if
so did you notice a big drop in water
AdelNovember 30, 2012 at 3:31 pm #40008
I have the triple fluoride filtration system
that I mentioned from Crystal Quest in the kitchen,
attached to the kitchen faucet. All my drinking water
and cooking water comes through that.
As far as shower/bath/bathroom filters, I’ve
haven’t pursued that yet.
I’m sure I wouldn’t notice any drop in water pressure,
but this is only because my apartment complex has
installed low-flow shower heads and low-flow
bathroom faucets, lol.
If you decide to get filters for shower and bath,
report back. 😉
StevenDecember 4, 2012 at 10:22 am #40010
Yet another reason to not drink tap water
that has not been filtered . . . S
Tap Water Pesticides Linked to Allergies
By Sydney Lupkin | ABC News Blogs Mon, Dec 3, 2012 8:02 AM EST
As food allergies become increasingly common, a new study offers the first proof that they may be linked to pesticides found in tap water.
Researchers at the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology used existing government data to see whether people with more dichlorophenols in their urine were more likely to have food allergies. Dichlorophenols are a kind of chlorine in certain pesticides that are known to kill bacteria, and in theory, they could be killing the naturally occurring bacteria in humans’ digestive systems, causing food allergies.
“We wanted to see if there was an association between certain pesticides and food allergies, and we were specifically interested in dichlorophenols because those were the ones that had this antibacterial effect,” said lead researcher Dr. Elina Jerschow. “When researchers have compared bacteria from the bowel in healthy kids versus bacteria in the bowel for kids that have lot of allergies, they’ve noticed a big difference.”
The number of children and teens with food or digestive allergies in the United States has increased 18 percent between 1997 and 2007, according to a 2008 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That’s about 3 million people under 18 years old.
Eggs, fish, milk, peanuts, shellfish, soy, tree nuts, and wheat make up 90 percent of food allergies, according to the CDC report. Symptoms can range from mouth tingling to anaphylaxis, which is the swelling of the throat and tongue and can lead to death.
Jerschow clarified that the researchers were only looking for a statistical association, meaning they were not able to examine patients to see how these chemicals physically caused their allergies. Because it’s only an association, these findings could mean that the chemicals caused the food allergies, or it could mean the food allergies caused the chemicals in the urine. That part is not yet clear.
“While the study does not allow concluding that pesticides are responsible for the allergies, it certainly raises the possibility and justifies pursuing the kinds of studies that can help sort of if these pesticides are, indeed, the cause,” said Dr. Kenneth Spaeth, who directs the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Center at North Shore University Hospital. He was not a researcher involved in the study.
Spaeth said the study findings fit in with a growing evidence that pesticide exposure can damage the immune system, which could increase allergies as well.
Researchers were surprised to find that dichlorophenol levels in urine didn’t vary between urban and rural areas, Jerschow said. They concluded that even those who opted for bottled water instead of tap water could ingest the pesticide chemical from eating fruit, fruit juices and foods with cocoa powder, like chocolate.
As such, Jerschow said the research is still too preliminary to suggest that Americans should change their eating or drinking habits.
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