Fluoride toxicity could be a much bigger problem than we realise.
Fluoride, which is mainly known for being an ingredient in most toothpastes in present in our water supplies, but the amount and the implications of this are often understated.
Expose to too much fluoride is known to cause health problems such as bone problems, negative effects on cognitive health and is harmful to the cardiovascular system.
However, those who have tried to speak out against the dangers of fluoride exposure have time and again been opposed, silenced and accused of lying.
This could all be set to change now, with a court ruling that fluoride toxicity must be acknowledged. This week an open letter was was issued stating that the FAN (Fluoride Action Network) has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in regards to the denial of a petition that sought to ban unacceptable levels of water fluoride.
Michael Connett, FAN attorney issued this statement-
THIS CASE WILL PRESENT THE FIRST TIME A COURT WILL CONSIDER THE NEUROTOXICITY OF FLUORIDE AND THE QUESTION OF WHETHER FLUORIDATION PRESENTS AN UNREASONABLE RISK UNDER THE TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT (TSCA).
AND, IN CONTRAST TO MOST OTHER LEGAL CHALLENGES OF AGENCY ACTIONS, TSCA GIVES US THE RIGHT TO GET THE FEDERAL COURT TO CONSIDER OUR EVIDENCE ‘DE NOVO’ — MEANING FEDERAL COURTS ARE TO CONDUCT THEIR OWN INDEPENDENT REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE WITHOUT DEFERENCE TO THE EPA’S JUDGMENT.”
The petition had aimed to raise awareness of the dangers of fluoride toxicity and included over 2,500 pages of scientific evidence.