Ban Fluoride NOW!

Excerpt from:

Fluoride concentration in Australia’s drinking water – Department of Health – State Government of Victoria

In recent years some Australian studies have identified an increase in dental decay experience in children.While further studies are required to document this across the population,

it is plausible that as Australian children are becoming increasingly obese, they are consuming greater amounts of energy-dense foods and beverages that also cause dental decay

or that the increased consumption of non-tap water in total fluid intake has reduced the protection afforded by fluoridated water. While this issue remains unresolved, it is prudent to

continue fluoridating Australian water supplies at current levels to ensure that dental decay experience does not rise significantly.

The U.S. proposal to revise fluoride levels in water fluoridation programs

In January 2011 the United States Department of Health and Human Services proposed to revise the optimal level of fluoride used in water fluoridation programs in the US to a single level

at the lower end of the existing range. This proposal set out to reduce dental fluorosis prevalence, which was reported as increasing in the US.

While this may be appropriate for the US, it is not appropriate for Australia due to:

• emerging evidence from Australia of an increase in dental decay rates in Australian children (while not firmly
established, any possible increase in dental decay requires extreme caution before reducing fluoride levels
in Australian water fluoridation programs)

The recommendations for fluoride levels in Australian water fluoridation programs should
comply with those set out in the National Health and Medical Research Council’s public statement
The efficacy and safety of fluoridation 2007.

Posted on June 2, 2012, in ConspiracyOz Posts. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Australian water fluoridation programs comply with those set out in the National Health and Medical Research Council’s public statement ‘The efficacy and safety of fluoridation 2007.’

    January 2011 the United States Department of Health and Human Services proposed to revise the optimal level.

    -Seems to me the U.S. Study is more up to date, Revise Fluoride levels Now! or Ban the Poison!

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