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The Vulnerable

The Vulnerable

TO THE MOST VULNERABLE WE SHOULD DO NO HARM

The most vulnerable and the most blameless deserve the most protection.baby

The so-called fluoride added to your tap water contains lead, arsenic, hydrogen fluoride, and numerous other elements and chemicals. These chemicals interfere with enzymatic activity, and when cells are dividing, the effect is by far the greatest.

These toxins slip through the placental barrier, so the mother should be cognizant of what she is consuming. A pregnant mother should not be drinking so-called fluoridated water. A baby’s formula should be mixed using only distilled water, well water, spring water, or reverse osmosis water.

Thus, fetuses and infants are the most vulnerable of all to be harmed by these chemicals.

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Dr. A K Susheela on Fluoride Link toMiscarriages, Stillbirths and Retardation

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Fluoride, lead, arsenic cross the placental barrier and affect the fetus.

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RESEARCH ON THE EFFECTS OF FLUORIDE ON CHILD INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT UNDER DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

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Dr. Bill Osmunson advises against using fluoridated water to mix a baby’s formula.

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Advice from agencies and professional groups about infant formula.

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A baby should not be bathed in so-called fluoridated water. The chitin layer in the baby’s skin is undeveloped.

The so-called fluoride contaminating our Everett water is fluorosilicic acid, and it contains 23% silicofluorides and .5% hydrogen fluoride.

The same is true of the fluorosilicic acid which Seattle buys.

Hydrogen fluoride is extremely penetrating and extremely toxic and should not be smeared on the skin of an infant.

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Advice: Buy a distiller and use it to make all your drinking water, including the water used to make formula.

The Britta filter does not remove fluoride, lead, and arsenic. Reverse osmosis and ionization filters work — sometimes — and it is hard to know when they have stopped working.

You can count on a distiller to remove fluoride, lead, and arsenic. Yes, the electricity costs a few dollars more, but the cost is less than the cost of buying bottled water and hauling it home.

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