Study links fluoride in water to hypothyroidism

one of Male thyroid anatomy

There are many questions about fluoridation that have not been answered by truly unbiased research. If you suffer from any of the symptoms and your local water is fluoridated, you might want to reduce your consumption. Check every bottle of water you buy, because water bottling companies sometimes even add fluoride to their products.

The defense of fluoridation makes one wonder… Are these people connected in some way to the aluminum industry? The aluminum industry is very busy actor in big projects such as fluoridation, chemtrails and vaccines. Aluminum is suspected to play a role in America’s increasing mental problems such as Alzheimers and autism… as does mercury, another ingredient of many vaccines. Do these destructive elements contribute to “the deliberate dumbing down of america”? See one of Charlotte Iserbyt’s interviews and read her pivotal book by that name.

  • Study found high levels of fluoride in water is linked to hypothyroidism

  • Condition is where thyroid gland fails to produce key hormones

  • A sufferer is therefore likely to gain weight, suffer depression and tiredness

  • Scientists urge change in public health policy, which promotes water fluoridation to boost the nation’s tooth health

  • Public Health England dismissed findings and said ‘decades of research… shows no association with reduced thyroid function’ and fluoride

Weight gain and depression caused by an underactive thyroid is linked to high levels of fluoride in the water supply, scientists have claimed.

A study published today has revealed water fluoridation above a certain level is linked to 30 per cent higher than expected rates of hypothyroidism in England.

The findings have prompted researchers to call for a revision of public health policy, which currently encourages the fluoridation of water to protect the nation’s tooth health…

Also known as hypothyroidism, the condition prevents the thyroid – a gland in the neck – producing vital hormones. That in turn, promotes weight gain, causes depression and tiredness in sufferers.

The authors, led by Professor Stephen Peckham, at the university’s Centre for Health Service Studies, conclude: ‘Consideration needs to be given to reducing fluoride exposure, and public dental health interventions should stop [those] reliant on ingested fluoride and switch to topical fluoride-based and non-fluoride-based interventions.’

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