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DENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION

The dangers of fluoride are quite spectacular. Dentists still believe it strengthens our teeth, but this is not exactly true. It causes dental fluorosis, which is the mottling and pitting of teeth and has been known about since 1936. This image shows the four stages of the condition. From healthy, to not so healthy.
It also causes skeletal fluorosis, weakened bone structure and is linked to lowered IQ’s in children. Fluoride displaces the mineral iodine which leads to hypothyrodism (sluggish metabolism). It increases the risk of bone cancer in adolescent males; it can cause osteoporosis and has led to hip fractures.

Fluoride has also been found to interfere with the pineal gland and its release of melatonin. The pineal gland produces melatonin which is linked to psychic activity, maintaining the strength of the immune system, preventing cancer and regulating the onset of puberty. Early puberty has been shown to exist in areas where there is fluoride in the water.

As mentioned earlier, fluoride is linked to lower IQ’s in children. This has been well documented in a report by researchers in China. In one community where there were high fluoride levels the average IQ was 98. In the other tested area where the fluoride levels were low, the average was 105. An IQ shift of 7 points in an entire population has large population-wide implications, as well as impacting individual member’s, therefore these results deserve close attention regarding what this mass medication is doing to our children’s brains. Babies fed milk formula made with tap water receive 50-100 times more fluoride than those that are breast-fed.

To find out if your water has fluoride in it, call up your local water company. Legally, they have to tell you. If it is, check out: npwa.freeserve.co.uk for alternatives.

from www.psychicchildren.co.uk/water.html


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Radiance toothpaste

Ingredients
Sorbitol, Purified Water, Glycerin, Hydrated Silica, Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Cellulose Gum, Sodium Chlorite(Stabilized Chlorine Dioxide), Cellulose Gum, Flavour (Peppermint Flavour).

Usage
Apply Radiance to a dry toothbrush and brush teeth thoroughly. For best results, brush morning and night with Radiance and Eliminator. It is important not to use water when using this programme. Wait at least 10 minutes before eating or drinking.


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Radiance Toothpaste
has a mild, minty flavour. It gently and effectively cleans the teeth and is suitable for the whole family. Radiance does not contain harsh abrasives which may cause gum and enamel damage, it utilises up-to-date technology enabling food films to be dissolved to avoid plaque build up and tooth decay. For best results, use with Eliminator Mouthwash.


Ultrashine Radiance toothpaste


Ingredients
Sorbitol, Hydrated Silica, Purified Water, Sodium Coco Sulfate, Xylitol, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Calcium Glycerophosphate, Cellulose Gum, Sodium Chlorite (Stabilized Chlorine Dioxide), Hydrolysed Casein, Sucralose, Chlorophyllin-Copper Complex.


Usage
Brush teeth morning and night with UltraShine Radiance and rinse with Eliminator. After brushing, wait ten minutes before eating or drinking.

 

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UltraShine Radiance combines safe, effective ingredients with gentle cleaning power for great oral hygiene. Brushing with peppermint flavoured UltraShine Radiance and rinsing with Eliminator leaves your mouth feeling tingly fresh and you can be certain that this exceptional combination of ingredients, including xylitol, casein and stabilised chlorine dioxide has gently and effectively broken down food particles without any harsh abrasives.


Eliminator Mouthwash


Ingredients
Purified Water (aqua), Sodium Chlorite (Stabilized Chlorine Dioxide), Flavour (Peppermint) Flavour.


Usage
Rinse mouth thoroughly with Eliminator after brushing and wait at least ten minutes before drinking water.



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Eliminator Mouthwash is the perfect partner for Radiance and UltraShine Radiance Toothpastes. Containing stabilised chlorine dioxide and delicately flavoured with peppermint, Eliminator may assist with breaking down and dissolving food films. It is gentle on delicate mouth tissues yet tough on bacteria and plaque. Its unique ability to destroy food films and help deal with mouth odours makes it perfect to enhance your dental hygiene programme.  

Disclaimer: The information on www.newhuman.co.uk is intended solely for educational and informational purposes and not as medical advice. We cannot advise you on any illness, but we can guide people on how to maintain health. Please consult a 'qualified' medical or health professional if you have queries about your health (Doctors are not nutritionists. In fact they only do one day of nutrition in 7 years training). Although the nutritional supplements and herbs mentioned here have been proven safe, the author of this website does not accept any liability should you choose to self-prescribe and become more healthy, vital and happy. All supplements and devices should be kept out of the reach of infants, young children and politicians. The information on this website can be freely distributed as long as the website address and the authors name are attached to it. All rights reserved. ©Copyright Hugh Newman 2005 / 2012 & beyond.....

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