A long time ago, literally over 20 years, I ran across some information about fluoride that said it was a toxic byproduct of the manufacturing process. Yuck. I thought, what is it doing in our toothpaste?

As I did more research I found that it was ‘easier’ to sell it to municipalities to dump it in drinking water than to dispose of it. Double yuck.

So, while raising my children they did NOT use fluoride toothpaste, nor did I allow the dentist to give them fluoride treatments. Of the six children we raised only 1 had any cavities, and frankly, I just couldn’t get that one to brush her teeth as regularly as she ought to. [I still love you girlie!]

And here we are, years later. No one has ‘blown the whistle’ on fluoride. 

You know, one of the things I read all those years ago was that Hitler’s organization intentionally put fluoride into the drinking water of populations they were seeking to control. Just as farmers had known for years that a little fluoride makes a bull more docile, Hitler sought to take over entire populations with little to no resistance. Check out Bryson’s book, The Fluoride Deception, for the details. These ideas makes me cringe, I wish it was not true.

Doesn’t that just make your blood boil? How many American communities are poisoning our water with toxic chemicals which have very little if any proven value in our bodies? Where has the American spirit of independence, that idea of picking ourselves up by the proverbial bootstraps and making something of ourselves gone? 

I don’t mean to be political, nor do I want to ruin anyone’s day. But please, do your own research, check out far more famous folks than me and see what they say about fluoride. Then run as fast as you can to your bathroom cabinet and carry those tubes of poison laced toothpaste out to the trash can. I use, love, and recommend doTerra’s onGuard toothpaste. It includes essential oils which not only taste great but support your health and wellness. 

See what Vani Hari, Food Babe says about fluoride.

See what Dr. Axe says here


And print and share this infographic with anyone you know who brushes their teeth. šŸ™‚

What have you done to reduce toxicity in your daily life? I’d love to hear from you, post your comments below.

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