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It could also give Government the power to put flouride in water to help prevent tooth decay, something only councils were able to do in the past.

(Story from todays daily mail.)

 

Areas with Fluoride Added to Drinking and Tap Water

https://www.uk-water-filters.co.uk/fluoride_areas_uk.html

 

Time to start drinking small beer again & avoiding tap water?

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On 2/6/2021 at 11:31 AM, shadowmoon said:

It could also give Government the power to put flouride in water to help prevent tooth decay, something only councils were able to do in the past.

(Story from todays daily mail.)

 

Areas with Fluoride Added to Drinking and Tap Water

https://www.uk-water-filters.co.uk/fluoride_areas_uk.html

 

Time to start drinking small beer again & avoiding tap water?

 

Had a filter for years.

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On 2/6/2021 at 11:31 AM, shadowmoon said:

It could also give Government the power to put flouride in water to help prevent tooth decay, something only councils were able to do in the past.

(Story from todays daily mail.)

 

Areas with Fluoride Added to Drinking and Tap Water

https://www.uk-water-filters.co.uk/fluoride_areas_uk.html

 

Time to start drinking small beer again & avoiding tap water?

I think tooth decay is at pretty low levels past couple of decades due to the exponential improvements in dentistry and also toothpastes. Although there is a massive rise in tooth decay and gum disease apparently the past year because of the mask wearing.

 

If worried bout water get yourself a Berkey Water Filter

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1 hour ago, Yasmina said:

I swear the UK already had flouride added to their water? 

 

it depeneds on the council. Some councils put it in the water and some don't

 

if my memory serves me correct the birmingham area fluoridates but scotland doesn't however there has been talk in scotland of putting lithium in the water!

 

They say to stop suicides but lithium is known to cause harm so its just more attacks in the british people whilst creating a cover story for what they are doing to create 'plausible deniability' so that the normies don't get suspicious

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On 2/6/2021 at 10:31 PM, shadowmoon said:

It could also give Government the power to put flouride in water to help prevent tooth decay, something only councils were able to do in the past.

(Story from todays daily mail.)

 

Areas with Fluoride Added to Drinking and Tap Water

https://www.uk-water-filters.co.uk/fluoride_areas_uk.html

 

Time to start drinking small beer again & avoiding tap water?

 

Best place to follow the news articles on fluoride (archived for UK): https://fluoridealert.org/news/?country=united-kingdom

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I use a Black Berkey water filter, have had it a couple of years. It's one of the better ones out there, but none really give a perfect result. It's pretty good though:

 

Berkey Water Filters can remove 

  • Fluoride - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Viruses – Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Pathogenic Bacteria - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Lead - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Arsenic - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Iron - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Mercury - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Chlorine - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Trihalomethane(THMs) – Removed to greater than 99.8%.
  • Bisphenol-A - Removed to greater than 99.9%. 
  • Chloramines - Removed to greater than 99.9%. 
  • Pharmaceuticals - Removed to greater than 99.5%. 
  • Petroleum Contaminants - Removed to greater than 99.9%. 
  • Methylcyclohexane-methane - Removed to greater than 99.9%. 
  • Pesticides - Removed to greater than 99.9%
  • Heavy Metals - Removed to greater than 99.1%
  • Coliform and e-Coli - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Atrazine - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Uranium - Removed to greater than 97.0%.
  • Gross Alpha emitters - Removed to greater than 98.7%.
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1 minute ago, Ethel said:

I use a Black Berkey water filter, have had it a couple of years. It's one of the better ones out there, but none really give a perfect result. It's pretty good though:

 

Berkey Water Filters can remove 

  • Fluoride - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Viruses – Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Pathogenic Bacteria - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Lead - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Arsenic - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Iron - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Mercury - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Chlorine - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Trihalomethane(THMs) – Removed to greater than 99.8%.
  • Bisphenol-A - Removed to greater than 99.9%. 
  • Chloramines - Removed to greater than 99.9%. 
  • Pharmaceuticals - Removed to greater than 99.5%. 
  • Petroleum Contaminants - Removed to greater than 99.9%. 
  • Methylcyclohexane-methane - Removed to greater than 99.9%. 
  • Pesticides - Removed to greater than 99.9%
  • Heavy Metals - Removed to greater than 99.1%
  • Coliform and e-Coli - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Atrazine - Removed to greater than 99.9%.
  • Uranium - Removed to greater than 97.0%.
  • Gross Alpha emitters - Removed to greater than 98.7%.

 

Considerations When Buying a Water Filter

https://fluoridealert.org/content/water_filters/

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On 2/6/2021 at 11:31 AM, shadowmoon said:

It could also give Government the power to put flouride in water to help prevent tooth decay, something only councils were able to do in the past.

(Story from todays daily mail.)

 

Areas with Fluoride Added to Drinking and Tap Water

https://www.uk-water-filters.co.uk/fluoride_areas_uk.html

 

Time to start drinking small beer again & avoiding tap water?

 

I only use a water filter, but don't seem to have added flouride where I live anyway. There does seem to be a focus on certain parts of the country with poorer populations.

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15 minutes ago, Jatta said:

What effect does fluoride and chlorine actually have on humans 

 

That I know of:

 

Dental fluorosis and skeletal fluorosis.

 

Some people claim:

 

Low IQ scores, bone cancer, arthritis, and kidney disease. The research behind these claims seems to be mixed, but I wouldn't trust "experts" to be honest about whether it's making people dumber anyway.

 

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The origin of it is that fluoride is a waste of the aluminum industry that big companies managed to sell to states in complicity with the medical corporation that forged a theory claiming it was good for 'public health'... it's also added to table salt and surely many other consumer goods we got no idea so it's a BIG business, you don't invest in a costly swindle involving 'savants' and media outlets for something that will earn peanuts...

 

 

 

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Flouride for dental use is only active when topically applied to teeth. That means consuming it does nothing for teeth. Only fluoridated tooth paste is of value and is not to be swallowed. Flouride helps the rehardening of enamel only in teeth with slightly damaged enamel and only when topically applied.

 

Thwse are facts that can be checked and are well documented and easy to find. Why then is flouride added to drinking water I'd never know. I do know it is toxic and despite the RDA, I'm sure the Nazi's wouldn't use it to help Jewish prisoners with dental complaints.

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I thought we already had fluoride in the water? Good that we don't but now they're thinking of adding it to the water? Oh lord...

 

Doesn't seem London tap water is that bad

 

Can you drink the tap water in London? What are the risks? - TAPP Water

 

I've heard alot of stuff about tap water but maybe this is more of an issue in the US for example.

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  • Tap water is for washing and cleaning.
  • One should have installed a 'reverse osmosis' water filter in their home as we absorb water through the skin when we wash in it.
  • Water for consumption should come from natural spring water as bought in shops.

 

Tap water is 'cleansafe' to drink, but the technical and legal terms 'clean' and 'safe' accounts for a 'scientifically acceptable' amount of negative effects when clean and safe water is used in the community setting.

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