Fluoride in drinking water may trigger depression and weight gain, warn scientists

Vatic Note:  We got fluoride out of our water back in March 2005, and it was not the natural fluoride  that we find in nature.   It was toxic waste from Pesticide production and it cost the manufacturer $40 a truck load to get rid of it.  Instead they passed putting it in our water and we had toxic waste in our water until 2005 and ever since then I have lost 78 pounds, and my thyroid is much better.

Our Water company is who made the decision to buy toxic waste and put it in our water.  Those making that decision to use toxic waste fluoride should be prosecuted and sentenced to jail if found guilty.

This article also shows that the government of Englands health agency says fluoride in the water is good for you and disputes the results of this study below.  However, its important to remember, that Britain in one of the major leaders in the move toward globalizing, population reduction and DNA manipulation to reduce the intel level of the remaining population to keep resistance at bay.

Also, we just proved in a blog that all major international newspapers are owned by the khazars,  no different than Rothschild owning the British and Canadian governments and thus controlling public policy.  If there is a rebellion, let it be world wide against the international Khazar bankers and their Illuminati bosses.

Rothschild is one of the Illuminati families, as is Dupont, the chemical giant whose products poison our daily lives with chemicals, not only in our water, but in our food and pesticides as well.  So, any counter argument by the Telegraph reporter has to be viewed with a Jaundiced eye.  For Goodness sake, make it a priority to get that fluoride out of your water and soon.   You read and decide. Its also in your toothpaste. 

Fluoride in drinking water may trigger depression and weight gain, warn scientists 
11:30PM GMT 23 Feb 2015

Depressed and gaining weight? You may live in an area with fluoride in the water
Depressed and gaining weight? You may live in an area with fluoride in the water Photo: Dave and Les Jacobs/Getty/Blend Images
Fluoride could be causing depression and weight gain and councils should stop adding it to drinking water to prevent tooth decay, scientists have warned.
A study of 98 per cent of GP practices in England found that high rates of underactive thyroid were 30 per cent more likely in areas of the greatest fluoridation.
It could mean that up to 15,000 people are suffering needlessly from thyroid problems which can cause depression, weight gain, fatigue and aching muscles.
Last year Public Health England released a report saying fluoride was a ‘safe and effective’ way of improving dental health.
But new research from the University of Kent suggests that there is a spike in the number of cases of underactive thyroid in high fluoride areas such as the West Midlands and the North East of England.
Lead author Professor Stephen Peckham, Centre for Health Service Studies, said: “I think it is concerning for people living in those areas.
“The difference between the West Midlands, which fluoridates, and Manchester, which doesn’t was particularly striking. There were nearly double the number of cases in the West Midlands.
“Underactive thyroid is a particularly nasty thing to have and it can lead to other long term health problems. I do think councils need to think again about putting fluoride in the water. There are far safer ways to improve dental health.”
In England, around 10 per cent of the population (6 million) live in areas with a naturally or artificially fluoridated water supply of 1 mg fluoride per litre of drinking water.
The researchers compared areas to records from 7935 general practices covering around 95 per cent of the English population in 2012-2013.
Rates of high underactive thyroid were at least 30 per cent more likely in practices located in areas with fluoride levels in excess of 0.3 mg/l.
Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral found in water in varying amounts, depending on the region and it is also found in certain foods and drinks, including tea and fish. It helps combat tooth decay by making enamel more resistant to bacteria.
But previous studies have found that it inhibits the production of iodine, which is essential for a healthy thyroid.
The thyroid gland, which is found in the neck, regulates the metabolism as well as many other systems in the body.
An underactive thyroid can lead to depression, weight gain, fatigue and aching muscles and affects 15 times more women than men, around 15 in 1,000 women.  The researchers say councils must rethink public health policy to fluoridate the water supply in a bid to protect the nation’s tooth health.
However Public Health England said that previous evidence overwhelmingly showed that fluoride in water was safe.
Dr Sandra White, Director of Dental Public Health at Public Health England, said: “Public Health England regularly reviews the evidence base for water fluoridation. 
“The totality of evidence, accumulated over decades of research, tells us that water fluoridation is a safe and effective public health measure, and shows no association with reduced thyroid function.” 
Other experts also warned that the study may have been skewed by population bias, a claim denied by the authors.
Prof David Coggon, Professor of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, University of Southampton, said: “It is quite possible that the observed association is a consequence of other ways in which the areas with higher fluoride differ from the rest of the country. 
“There are substantially more rigorous epidemiological methods by which the research team could have tested their idea” 
The research was published in the BMJs Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.

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