Where Does Fluoride Come From?

Interview With Christopher Bryson, Author of "The Fluoride Deception"

Where Does Fluoride Come From?

"Fluoride science is corporate science. Fluoride science is DDT science. It's asbestos science. It's tobacco science. It's a racket." Learn how The Mellon Institute, on behalf of Alcoa Aluminum, helped "prove" the safety of fluoride, just as they had with asbestos, by manufacturing fraudulent science for more than half a century in an effort to stem massive litigation against industry polluters."

Christopher Bryson, Author of "The Fluoride Deception"

Investigative report “Fluoride: The Deadly Legacy” by Gary Null, Ph.D., follows the dark history of how Sodium Fluoride made it into your toothpaste and tap water.

The following is quoted from the first section, “This History of Fluoride, a Toxic Waste”

"We would not purposely add arsenic to the water supply. And we would not purposely add lead. But we do add fluoride. The fact is that fluoride is more toxic than lead and just slightly less toxic than arsenic."1

These words of Dr. John Yiamouyiannis may come as a shock to you because, if you're like most Americans, you have positive associations with fluoride. You may envision tooth protection, strong bones, and a government that cares about your dental needs. What you may not know is that the fluoride added to drinking water and toothpaste is a crude industrial waste product of the aluminum and fertilizer industries, and a substance toxic enough to be used as rat poison. How is it that Americans have learned to love an environmental hazard? This phenomenon can be attributed to a carefully planned marketing program launched even before Grand Rapids, Michigan, became the first community to officially fluoridate its drinking water in 1945.2 As a result of this ongoing campaign, nearly two-thirds of the nation has enthusiastically followed Grand Rapids' example. But this push for fluoridation has less to do with a concern for America's health than with industry's penchant to expand at the expense of our nation's well-being."

What is Fluoride? Many people associate fluoride with its periodic table namesake, fluorine. While fluorine is an element (a gas that is frequently listed as a trace mineral and human nutrient), fluoride is very different. Fluoride is a compound of fluorine, and while fluorine is one of earths natural elements, fluoride is a chemical byproduct (“chemical byproduct” = toxic waste) of aluminum, phosphate, cement, steel, and nuclear weapons manufacturing.3 Its toxicity was recognized at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, when, in the 1850s iron and copper factories discharged it into the air and poisoned plants, animals, and people.4"

The entire report can be downloaded here:
A multi award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Null has written over 70 books on nutrition, self-empowerment and public health issues.
Check out his entire web site here: http://www.garynull.com

Here are several more links that give the history of Fluoride and how the The Mellon Institute tricked the U.S. into believing fluoride was safe to put into toothpaste and drinking water.


The History of Fluoride

The Bauxite Story - A look at ALCOA
(C) Peter Meiers - http://www.fluoride-history.de

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