May2015


Fluoride So Safe US Government Lowers Safe Level

Posted on May 15th, by Danny in Fluoride History, Fluoride Side Effects. 7 comments

On April 27, 2015, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) released a statement stating the recommended level of fluoride will be lowered across the United States. For the past 50 years, the US government has consistently stated that fluoride is safe at 1.2 ppm with the lowest recommended amount being 0.7 ppm. However, the new level will reduce the maximum safe amount to the previous lowest recommended dose at 0.7 ppm.

With the US government changing their official position on water fluoridation overnight, several issues come to mind:

1) The government is all but admitting that they have been over-fluoridating the American people for the past 50 years. Changing the recommended amount of fluoridation chemicals being added to the water supply should be a red flag to anyone who believes fluoride is safe. Why would the government change their position … Read More »


Murky Waters: The Secret Behind Fluoride – Peel Region Litigation Update

Posted on May 8th, by Danny in Fluoride Controversy, Fluoride Lawsuit. 1 Comment

Attention Safe Water Advocates/Activists,

Momentum is gaining by the day. Supporters of fluoridation are starting to pull back and distance themselves from the controversy. It is only a matter of time until this ridiculous practice ends forever.

As you may know from my previous post, Ms. Cianchino has courageously filed a lawsuit against the Region of Peel and the province of Ontario. A new video has just been launched so please tune in below and share with family and friends across the country.

Citizens across Canada are thirsting for truth. Special thanks to Operation Maple for producing this excellent short documentary highlighting some of the legal arguments outlining why this issue is before the Superior Court. Awareness is critical and mainstream media is not providing the necessary information readers need to make an informed decision on this issue.

Please watch and share with as … Read More »