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Thursday, August 31, 2017


Fluoride is added to water to benefit our teeth to help prevent cavities, however it may be damaging the rest of our body - including our reproductive system. I have posted many articles over the years about the debate between tap water vs. bottled water. Even if you drink bottled water, you need to be careful about the source of it and be assured that it's not just bottled tap water. Here is an article about the effects of fluoride (even at low levels) on sperm:


When given at high doses, fluoride has been found to damage virtually any tissue in the body,
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whether it be the thyroid
, the brain, or the reproductive system. On this, there is now little debate. What is still disputed, however, is whether low levels of fluoride can also cause harm. Towards this end, it will be important for researchers conducting animal studies in the future to put greater focus on low-level effects than has heretofore been the case. In 2007, two research teams did this, in separate investigations of how fluoride ingestion may affect sperm function.

The two studies examined the effect of water fluoride concentrations ranging from 1 to 10 ppm. Since rats and mice are significantly more tolerant to fluoride than humans, 1 to 10 ppm represents a notably low level of fluoride for these animals. It has been estimated, for example, that rats are 5 times less sensitive to fluoride than humans (Turner 1996), and thus a 4.5 ppm concentration would be roughly equivalent to 1 ppm for humans, while 10 ppm fluoride would be roughly equivalent to 2 ppm. It is striking, therefore, that these 2 studies found damaging effects of fluoride on sperm at these levels.

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