They concluded, based only on those six studies, that fluoride did in fact pose a threat to the brain.Of course, these human studies were backed up with many dozens of animal studies …By 2008, we were up to 18 studies.Legally, the case breaks new ground by using a section of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) that allows anyone to file suit to compel EPA to regulate any toxic chemical so as to prevent harm from that chemical.EPA has tried legal maneuverings to stop or constrain the lawsuit, but the court has sided with FAN every time.In all, there are more than 300 animal and human studies demonstrating fluoride can cause: In the featured video, Paul Connett, Ph.
of 27 of the IQ studies; 25 of those were from China and two were from Iran.
But they also concluded that the consistency of these 27 studies was overwhelming …
These 27 studies were done over a period of 21 years. They were done in different geographical areas of China. Despite all that variety of research, 26 of the studies showed that the children with the higher fluoride exposure … As explained by Connett, it’s not the concentration of fluoride in the water (measured in mg per liter) that is significant for health.
One of the reasons why it’s so important to eliminate water fluoridation is because this chemical is very difficult to filter out.
You can remove some or a significant amount using distillation, reverse osmosis and special filtration media, but the vast majority of water filters that people have access to will not remove fluoride.