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How to Detox from Flouride


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n today's world, fluoride is hard to avoid completely. Here's how to detox your body. Adding fluoride to the water supplies has been called murder on a grand scale. But whether or not your town adds it to your drinking water, you're probably in- gesting this toxin every day. You're exposed to fluoride if you take prescription drugs like Prozac, swim in pools, or sit in hot tubs. It's in conven- tional produce like lettuce, and commer- cial bread and bakery products. It may be in beverages like iced tea, wine, and beer made with municipal water, or in infant formula. And of course it's in toothpaste. It may even sneak into your food from Teflon coated pots and pans.


In addition to increasing the risk of


death, fluoride also calcifies the pineal gland and hardens the arteries. And it in- creases the risk of hypothyroidism. Minimizing your exposure to fluoride is important. But in today's world, this


toxin is hard to avoid completely. That's why it's critical to detox your body from fluoride.


Iodine Flushes Out Fluoride According to Dr. Mark Sircus, the only


effective way to detox from perchlorate, fluoride or other halides is with iodine. Chelation and other methods for heavy metal detox may not be as effective. Loading the body with iodine dis-


places fluoride from cell receptors and flushes the fluoride out of the body in urine. Your body can't make iodine. You have


Cleansing your system of fluoride is not the same as getting rid of mercury or arsenic. Fluoride is not a heavy metal. It's a halide in the same family as bromine and chlorine. Fluoride, bromine, chlorine, and perchlorate all bind to iodine receptors in the body and displace iodine. Perchlorate is a man-made molecule combining oxygen and chlorine. It's used for rocket fuel and industrial processes and contaminates our water supplies.


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to get it from food or supplements. And unfortunately it's estimated that as many as 74% of Americans are deficient in this crucial element. The best dietary source of iodine is


seaweed. Sea vegetables like wakame, nori, kombu (kelp), arame, and dulse are the richest edible sources of iodine. Just one tablespoon of dried dulse flakes con- tains about 750 mcg of iodine. The govern- ment's daily recommended amount is about 150 mcg.


Other good iodine sources include seafood (salmon, lobster, scallops, cod and


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