fluoride history


Where does “fluoride” come from?

Posted on April 24th, by Danny in Fluoride Facts, Fluoride History. 8 comments

Our grocery stores are riddled with rows of toothpastes containing sodium fluoride and bottled beverages containing hydrofluorosilicic or hexafluorosilicic acid (the same type of fluoride found in certain cleaning products and our tap water).  Many agricultural food products are highly contaminated with “fluoride” residue from conventional insecticides and pesticides. Fluoride’s use as an insecticide extends beyond the farm into the home and is often found in roach and other insect killers. But where does this chemical, that we ingest every single day and that we are told is good for our teeth, really come from?

In Toronto, the contract to purchase over $3,000,000 worth of “fluoride” in 2012 went to a chemical company called Min-Chem Canada Inc.. They sell the chemical Hydrofluosilicic Acid to the City of Toronto and that is the chemical that we know as fluoride.

Toronto Water then adds this chemical to our water supply, after the water has already finished … Read More »



When fluoride is removed, dental decay decreases or stays the same

Posted on August 29th, by Danny in Fluoride Controversy, Fluoride Facts, Fluoride History. 7 comments

Don’t let the fear-mongers scare you. As reported in the Calgary Herald newspaper article Calgary dentists report more cavities in kids after fluoride removed from water, the author Clara Ho makes it seem like after only two years of children not being exposed to the toxic chemical hydrofluorosilicic acid (fluoride), their teeth are starting to fall out.

But let’s look a little closer shall we?

By “Calgary Dentists”, Clara Ho actually means two Calgary Dentists. They are reporting that children are coming to their office “with bigger cavities than seen before” and ““Now we’re seeing again the horror stories in a younger population of children since they’ve taken the fluoride out,” Smith said, citing higher levels of decay in young children and even babies as young as 11 months.”

Higher tooth decay in babies as young as 11 months? A child’s first teeth … Read More »


The Difference Between Dose and Dosage

Posted on August 17th, by Danny in Fluoride Controversy, Fluoride Side Effects. 3 comments

There is a serious problem with adding medication to the water supply: Everyone drinks a different amount of water.

Although the City of Toronto is very good at adding a precise amount of hydrofluorosilicic acid (fluoride) to our drinking water, that water is consumed in vastly different quantities by vastly different people.

When a doctor prescribes their patient a medication, there is a process of evaluation of the patient’s physical and mental condition. This gives the doctor an idea of the proper amount and intake schedule of a particular drug.

If treating obesity for example, one would treat a person who weighs 500 lbs differently than someone who weighs 200 lbs. Why? Because the 500 lb person requires more care when changing their diet and lifestyle than the person who weighs 200 lbs.

This is the reason why it is so important to evaluate people on a patient-by-patient … Read More »



Peaceful Assembly to be Held at Toronto City Hall September 21, 2013

Posted on July 22nd, by Danny in Peaceful Assembly Toronto. 1 Comment

Welcome to www.endfluoridetoronto.com.

Over the past 30 years, a mountain of data has shown that there are significant risks to ingesting fluoride. From lowered IQ in children, to increased risk of bone cancer in young males, to higher incidences of bone and hip fracture in the elderly, there is a reason why 95% of the world has rejected adding fluoride to their water supply, and in fact, many are trying desperately to remove it.

There then must be a reason why, even after all of this controversy, that we here in Toronto and in most of North America, continue adding it:

Proponents will say that fluoride is good for your teeth and most likely you have heard this before. But what scientific, peer-reviewed studies prove this?
Fluoride is considered a hazardous waste so who profits from dumping poison into the water supply?
Why are Toronto … Read More »