The CDC has recently stated 42 percent of children suffer from fluorisis. Last week that the U.S. government is recommending reduced fluoride levels in our drinking water for the first time in 50 years. They are citing “a fresh review of the science.” Also, the Fluoride Action Network has notified us yesterday that the EPA has accepted their findings and research toward stopping the spraying of toxic sulfuryl fluoride on fruits and vegetables. An article out today at Natural News speaks of the rapid growth of allergies to aluminum from the aluminum in vaccinations . . . and this is also related to fluoride overdose (more later on this one). Why does the government allow people to be unknowingly medicated, when the science is well-published now and for decades, that fluoridation of municipal water supplies is not safe, not effective and not necessary?
Dr. Sylvia Onusic, a past contributor to our Journal has just put out this article on a victim of fluoride poisoning over at Kimberly Hartke’s blog. We will place it in our fluoride fraud collection as well as the environmental deception series. Here is the intro:
Introducing Aliss Terpstra, Fluoride Poisoning Survivor
By Sylvia P. Onusic, PhD
Aliss Terpstra is a slim, vibrant woman, self assured, sporting a page boy streaked with grey. She radiates an air of confidence; her smile is warming and kind. But the truth is that now, in her late fifties, Aliss cannot take her health for granted; she can become ill very quickly, like a person with celiac disease for whom wheat gluten is toxic. In her case, the toxin is fluoride.
Aliss has become a fluoride barometer. If there is increased fluoride in the air, the food, a vitamin pill or even the glass of water she is drinking, her body lets her know it, with unpleasant and sometimes debilitating symptoms. Aliss was chronically poisoned by fluoride that accumulated in her body since conception and childhood in Grand Rapids, Michigan, America’s first city to have artificial water fluoridation. This affected her bones and endocrine system in adulthood. Today her body’s calcium reserves are low; she can’t cope well with a sudden increase in fluoride intake, and she must be very careful about choosing medications, what she eats, drinks, and even breathes.