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High Fluoride Content in Water makes You Susceptible To Pandemic Diseases!

Iodine helps eliminate fluoride in the body. Food sources include; seaweed, veggies, cabbage, chicken eggs, potatoes. Calcium is one of the most effective supplements to help detox fluoride from the body and assists with the removal of fluoride from the teeth and bones.

The EPA has set maximum allowable concentrations of fluoride in drinking water at 2 ppm to prevent enamel fluorosis and 4 ppm to prevent skeletal fluorosis. 8 ppm, is the maximum contaminant level (MCL), is enforceable by the EPA, meaning that the EPA considers it unusable as a routine drinking water source. CDC monitors the progress of the nation and individual states toward meeting the Healthy People 2030 objective on community water fluoridation—that 77.1% of people served by community water systems will receive water that has the optimum level two parts per million 2 ppm of fluoride recommended for preventing tooth decay.

In short the government is planning to overdose the population with Fluoride! Maximum recommended level for fluoride is 1.5 mg/L. Fluoride levels higher than 1.5 mg/L may cause white spots to form on tooth enamel (called dental fluorosis) in children up to the age of 8.

The International Health Drinking Water Guideline maximum recommended level for fluoride is 2.4 mg/L. Fluoride levels of 2.5 mg/L or higher may increase the risk of skeletal fluorosis (a condition that causes bones to break easily and causes calcium to build up in ligaments and tendons). Drinking water that comes from a well may have fluoride levels that are too high. Depending on who is using the water, if your drinking water has more than 1.5 mg/L of fluoride, you may need to take steps to protect your health. Anyone can use water with fluoride levels above 1.5 mg/L for washing dishes, laundry, handwashing, and bathing since fluoride can’t get through your skin but ingesting levels above 1.5 is bad for your health.

Fluoride contamination has become a considerable threat to our society worldwide. Fluoride in drinking water is primarily due to rich fluoride soil, volcanic activity, forage, grasses and grains, and anthropogenic reasons. World Health Organization has regulated the upper limit for fluoride in drinking water to be 1.5 mg/L while different countries have set their standards according to their circumstances. Excess amounts of fluoride ions in drinking water can cause dental fluorosis, skeletal fluorosis, arthritis, bone damage, osteoporosis, muscular damage, fatigue, joint-related problems, and chronicle issues. In extreme conditions, it could adversely damage the heart, arteries, kidney, liver, endocrine glands, neuron system, and several other delicate parts of a living organism.

Moreover, a comprehensive scenario for the situations in countries like, China, Canada, Mexico, United States, Yemen, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Iran, Turkey, Australia, and India affected with high fluoride levels in ground water has been described. To analyze the presence of fluoride molecule, out of different detections methods, ion selective and colorimetric method has been adopted for real situation in the field of water application. Also, different methods to remove fluoride from water like reverse osmosis, nano filtration, adsorption, ion-exchange, and precipitation/coagulation with their removal mechanism were highlighted in the review.

Moreover, the applicability of the approach with the prospect of country's economic status has been discussed, due to high cost and maintenance the membrane technology is not popular in developing countries like India, Senegal, Tanzania, and Kenya which employ adsorption and coagulation-precipitation for fluoride removal. It is noticeable from literature study that different approaches show unique potential for de-fluoridation. Some key parameters and mechanistic adaptations which could pave the de-fluoridation methods to newer horizons have been put forward. Fluoride levels of 2.5 mg/L or higher may increase the risk of skeletal fluorosis (a condition that causes bones to break easily and causes calcium to build up.

You can lower the level of fluoride in your drinking water supply with:

Reverse osmosis (forcing water through a membrane that filters out minerals like fluoride)

distillation (a system that boils water, catches the steam, and condenses it to liquid while leaving the fluoride out) Choose equipment that is certified by NSF or the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Follow the manufacturer’s directions. Don’t use pour-through or pitcher-type filters as they don’t remove fluoride.

You can also combine your water supply with water from another source to lower the level of fluoride in your drinking water. One factor that may affect pineal calcification is fluoride. Higher levels of fluoride in the human pineal gland have been correlated with pineal calcification in some studies. At this time, we understand that both fluoride and calcium can build up in the pineal gland. The pineal body is a small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain. It controls the sex drive, hunger, thirst, the biological clock and regulates the period of puberty. It secretes melanin, which is responsible for pigmentation of the skin. However, anecdotal evidence suggests vitamin C might increase melanin levels. Eating vitamin C–rich foods like citrus, berries, and leafy green vegetables may optimize melanin production. Taking a vitamin C supplement may help as well. Vitamin D is known to enhance the rate of melanin synthesis; and this may concurrently regulate the expression of furin expression. In silico analyses have revealed that the intermediates of melanin are capable of binding strongly with the active site of furin protease.

Vitamin D, B9, and B12 are major contributors to the skin's melanin production capacity. Tyrosine, copper, and vitamin C also play a major role in melanin production, while minerals such as calcium, zinc, and iron may increase melanin pigmentation


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