Fluoride Des NOT Protect Teeth From Cavities, Large-Scale Government Study Proves

by Tommy Grant

This article was originally published by Ethan Huff at Natural News. 

A recently published and very large government study has revealed that there is zero benefit to drinking fluoridated water as far as dental health is concerned.

The paper out of England states that fluoridation results in a mere two percent fewer cavities than non-fluoridation, two percent being a statistically insignificant figure that might as well be zero percent. Also, fluoridation does not prevent teeth from falling out.

The longstanding claim that artificially fluoridating water results in net economic benefits by lowering public dental costs is also a myth, the study states. To the contrary, fluoridating water results in a net economic loss when considering the capital costs of doing it.

Using the dental insurance records of 6.4 million adults living in England, the study found that those living in fluoridated areas show no reduction in tooth decay compared to those living in non-fluoridated areas.

“It’s the largest ever study of the effects of fluoridation on the dental health of adults,” wrote filmmaker and architect Robin Monotti on X.

“The LOTUS study, funded by the UK Department of Health, was intended to inform policy-makers of what to expect for future dental and economic outcomes from the current plan to expand fluoridation to all of England. Currently, only 10% of England is fluoridated. The study found ‘exceedingly small’ reductions in caries most people would not consider meaningful.”

(Related: Harvard researchers discovered more than a decade ago that consuming fluoridated water causes children to develop ADHD and other mental disorders.)

Fluoridated water kills

In a best-case scenario, consuming fluoridated water as opposed to non-fluoridated water might save a person $1 per year in dental care costs. This does not take into consideration the costs of expanding England’s fluoridation program, which as previously mentioned would more than likely lead to net economic losses.

On the other hand, the risks of consuming fluoridated water far outweigh any best-case scenario savings of $1 per person, per year, not the least of which include dental fluorosis, or the discoloration and breakdown of teeth and tooth enamel.

In areas of the United States where public drinking water is fluoridated, upwards of 70 percent of children now suffer from dental fluorosis, the cost of which to fix through cosmetic dentistry can be enormous. Not only that, fluoridated water damages brain tissue and leads to a reduction in IQ in children.

“The economic cost of nationwide ‘brain drain’ would certainly dwarf the costs of filling a few cavities,” Monotti notes.

These findings from the LOTUS study come not long after those of the CATFISH study, which similarly found that water fluoridation is a pointless endeavor in terms of providing any actual benefits to dental health.

“That study found only 0.3 fewer cavities per child from fluoridation, and there was confounding in the study that might have caused even that small benefit to be exaggerated,” Monotti explains.

“Fluoride also calcifies your pineal gland or ‘third eye,’” responded someone on X to Monotti’s post.

When someone else responded in defense of continuing to fluoridate public water supplies, another responded that applying fluoride to tooth enamel is a whole lot different than consuming fluoride in water.

“Fluoride doesn’t do anything good for your teeth when it’s in your liver,” the second responder said. “Water isn’t mouthwash.”

“If it is not good for the public then it is good for the elites,” said someone else.

“Fluoridation in the brain attracts aluminum, which is believed to cause Alzheimer’s,” noted another about the link between fluoride consumption and dementia.

“It affects thyroid, pineal gland, and most importantly for the global cartel, the brain and intelligence,” said another.

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