Fluoride Water & Bone Disease

For over 40 years health authorities stated that in order to develop crippling skeletal fluorosis, one would need to ingest between 20 and 80 mg of fluoride per day for at least 10 to 20 years. The risk for developing skeletal fluorosis, and the course the disease will take, is not solely dependent on the

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New Zealand’s declining water quality

“I have always thought that city dwellers should be careful about pointing the finger. Before you start moaning at dairy farmers, think about the stream down the road from you,” Howard-Williams said. Many of New Zealand’s recreational freshwater ways and coastal beaches failed the water quality pass mark when the Ministry of Environment published its

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Pocket-Sized Water Purification Plant – WOW!

People around the world are more concerned than ever about radioactive contamination from nuclear fallout resulting after catastrophes like  Japan’s relatively recent Fukashima incident. Ground water contaminated by nuclear elements causes the availability of safe drinking water to become of primary importance. Radioactive substances in water are a concern across the entire world at this

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Eau Good, Water Purifier, Drink Bottle

Water Drink Bottles

The unique Eau Good filter drink bottle combines a reusable stylish bottle with a Binchotan active charcoal which has been Japan as a water purifier and softener since the 17th century. The filter reduces chlorine, mineralises the water and balances the pH. Since the active charcoal filter passively sits in the water with this design,

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Many scientists oppose fluoridation

Many scientists oppose fluoridation Proponents of fluoridation have maintained for many years— despite the fact that the earliest opponents of fluoridation were biochemists—that the only people opposed to fluoridation are not bona fide scientists. Today, as more and more scientists, doctors, dentists and other professionals, read the primary literature for themselves, rather than relying on

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