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CanadianAwareness.org                BY TERRY WILSON

“As many people already know the commonly used sodium fluoride is extremely toxic, and contrary to most “medical professionals” it is not good for the human body.

But if you have become health conscious and stopped drinking fluoridated water, your good right? Yes and No.

If you were raised in a community that fluoridates the water, it has built up in your system. Sodium fluoride is an accumulative poison. If you are like me, born and raised in a fluoridated city, it has built up in your body. Mainly in your bones, thyroid glad, and pineal gland. So how do you get that fluoride out of your system?
That is a very complicated question. There is no 100% verified method of totally detoxing fluorides from your body. But there is several methods that I have used (along with many others), that can make a huge difference. For example: Joint pain disappearing, Chronic headaches gone, an ability to think clearer, and weight loss.

Number one of course is to stop fluoride exposure as much as you can. Even though you may have stopped drinking it in your water, many preserved foods contain it.

Second is to start using a sauna regularly. Saunas expel many heavy metals and toxins (including fluoride) from your system.

Third, getting enough sunlight daily plays a large role in detoxing the pineal gland. As well as getting enough time in the dark. Sounds strange I know. But the right balance of light and darkness helps to regulate the melatonin production (the main function of the pineal gland).

Fourth is getting enough exercise (which also helps regulate melatonin production). And fifth is doing a raw liver detox. The raw detox is were most people cringe and get turned away. But it is very simple and effective. All that you need to do is drink two cups of tea a day, cut back on preserved foods, and increase your intake of raw foods. Here is the tea recipe that I use:

* 1 thick slice of lemon
* 1 piece of fresh ginger, 2/3″ long, peeled and bruised
* 1 cup boiling water
Place lemon and ginger in cup. Add boiling water and leave to infuse for two minutes. Remove lemon and ginger and drink immediately.

Using these five methods is very effective! But it is not a quick fix. It took all of that fluoride years to accumulate, and it will take years to get it all out.

Everyone is different and can expect different results, but for myself I started to feel a large difference in 3 months. I have now been doing it for 3 years, and have felt great! I am at the point that if I drink a cup of coffee that contains fluoridated water, or eat a processed food that has fluoride, I become physically ill.”


Also use these other methods ~

Fluoride Treatment – Iodine

Too much iodine in the system which is what your thyroid needs to function properly causes HYPERthyroidism and too little is HYPOthyroidism. The good thing about iodine is that it increases urine irrigation of sodium fluoride as calcium fluoride. Although it does take some calcium with it (calling for an adjustment in diet or calcium supplementation), iodine and lecithin both remove fluoride from the body.


Though originally from Africa, tamarind is a staple in Ayurvedic medicine that can be made into a tea or tincture that pushes fluoride out in urine.

Liver Cleanse

Because the liver is responsible for clearing toxins out of the body, it makes sense to go through a liver cleanse to detox from fluoride. You can do a standard cleanse at home over a week or so; just be sure to under go a safe and trustworthy cleanse per instructions. If the cleanse is absolutely not for you (although you can read up on 5 reasons you should do it today), you can cleanse your liver daily with these liver cleansing foods. Cleansing the liver is essential for fluoride treatment.


The next time you’re shopping for laundry detergent, scoop up a box of Borox, which contains boron. Pour 1/32 of a teaspoon (up to ¼ teaspoon) into a liter of distilled water and sip it throughout the day. (Yes, this is safe.) Not only will the box last forever, you can use it to do some eco-friendly cleaning around the house, too.

Additional Sources: Natural News

Common Dietary Sources of Fluoride  by MELISSA ~

Foods with Fluoride

non-organic poultry products, especially mechanically de-boned chicken such as chicken nuggets, ground chicken, chicken hot dogs, etc.; also, chicken soup made from bones (fluoride from pesticides on feed accumulates in bones, fat, and skin)

sardines, canned salmon, etc. where bones are eaten along with the rest of the fish (I did not eat these foods when I was dealing with fluoroderma so I can not verify if they caused outbreaks or not. I recently bought a can of sardines to conduct a self-experiment… I will let you know how it goes)

cereal (when made from fluoridated water during the extrusion process)

produce sprayed with cryolite (including grapes, potatoes, broccoli, squash, berries, lettuce, tomatoes, citrus fruits and several other common fruits and vegetables)

foods sprayed with sulfuryl fluoride (fumigant used in food warehouses; food products are not removed from the facility when fumigation is conducted)

foods cooked with fluoridated water, such as rice, pasta, steamed vegetables, etc.

Beverages with Fluoride

fluoridated water (some well water has high amounts of fluoride, but this isn’t common in the U.S.)

tea (fluoride-based pesticides accumulate in tea leaves)

wine (from cryolite pesticide sprayed on grape crops in California)

soft drinks, beer, etc. (when made with fluoridated water)

certain fruit juices (from pesticides or fluoridated water added to the juice from concentrate)

What is Left to Eat?

Looking at that list, one might start to wonder what is left to eat.  After avoiding fluoride for the past year, I can tell you it’s not all that difficult and it tastes a million times better (not to mention the other health benefits that come with eating real food).

Here is what I eat in place of the fluoridated foods and beverages above:

Instead of normal chicken from the grocery store, I eat organic, free-range poultry preferably from a local farm (but sometimes from Whole Foods).

Instead of cereal, I eat organic oats.

Instead of foods sprayed with cryolite, I eat organic produce.

Instead of prepackaged foods that come from warehouses sprayed with sulfuryl fluoride, I eat real food from farms.

Instead of fluoridated water, I drink spring water (from a source I know is low in fluoride).

Instead of normal California wines, I drink wine that is either organic or imported.

Instead of American beer that could be made from fluoridated water, I drink beer from a country that doesn’t fluoridate (Belgium is my favorite!).

Instead of fruit juices that contain fluoride, I drink 100% fresh-pressed organic fruit juice not from concentrate (Lakewood makes some great ones).


FLUORIDE Content of Foods

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Usage Note

This is the largest searchable, sortable FLUORIDE content of foods and beverages nutrient database.

  • Fluoride values are in micrograms and calculated per 100g of food weight.
  • This fluoride database contains fluoride content of 561 common foods.
  • Click on column header to sort foods by name or by fluoride content.

What is fluoride?

Information from the National Institutes of Health 

Fluoride is the name given to a group of compounds that are composed of the naturally occurring element fluorine and one or more other elements. Fluorides are present naturally in water and soil at varying levels.

In the 1940s, scientists discovered that people who lived where drinking water supplies had naturally occurring fluoride levels of approximately 1 part fluoride per million parts water or greater (>1.0 ppm) had fewer dental caries (cavities) than people who lived where fluoride levels in drinking water were lower. Many more recent studies have supported this finding.

It was subsequently found that fluoride can prevent and even reverse tooth decay by inhibiting bacteria that produce acid in the mouth and by enhancing remineralization, the process through which tooth enamel is “rebuilt” after it begins to decay.

In addition to building up in teeth, ingested fluoride accumulates in bones.

What is water fluoridation?

Water fluoridation is the process of adding fluoride to the water supply so the level reaches approximately 0.7 ppm, or 0.7 milligrams of fluoride per liter of water; this is the optimal level for preventing tooth decay.

Tooth Decay

Tooth decay, known formally as dental caries, has been a serious health problem for all nations since time immemorial. For centuries, tooth decay was thought to be the handiwork of an elusive and, in some cultures, evil tooth worm that gnawed holes into the white, highly mineralized enamel and left all those in its wake in pain. But superstition has yielded to science and its explanation that certain oral bacteria discharge mineral-eroding acid onto the enamel, starting the gradual process of decay. Over the last several decades, dental researchers have made tremendous progress in defining and learning to thwart the decay process. This work has involved the three-pronged strategy of discovery, innovation, and prevention – and produced one of the major public health success stories of the 20th century.

Tooth decay is no longer the national epidemic it was a few generations ago. Millions of American children now have little or no decay, and total tooth loss or edentulism is now much less common. Without research progress in the fight against dental caries and periodontal diseases, there would be an additional 18.6 million Americans age 45 and older with none of their natural teeth.

Prevention is now the mantra in American dentistry. In addition to improved products to fight tooth decay, more people benefit from preventive dentistry, including the use of fluorides and dental sealants to prevent decay. Compared to previous years, these techniques have made it possible for millions more people to keep their natural teeth for a lifetime.

Can fluoridated water cause cancer?

A possible relationship between fluoridated water and cancer risk has been debated for years. The debate resurfaced in 1990 when a study by the National Toxicology Program, part of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, showed an increased number of osteosarcomas (bone tumors) in male rats given water high in fluoride for 2 years. However, other studies in humans and in animals have not shown an association between fluoridated water and cancer.

In a February 1991 Public Health Service report, the agency said it found no evidence of an association between fluoride and cancer in humans. The report, based on a review of more than 50 human epidemiological studies produced over the past 40 years, concluded that optimal fluoridation of drinking water “does not pose a detectable cancer risk to humans” as evidenced by extensive human epidemiological data reported to date.

Foods High in Fluoride

List of top 100 foods with high content of fluoride. Fluoride values are in micrograms and calculated per 100g of food weight.

Foods High in Fluoride


Tea, instant, sweetened with sugar, lemon-flavored, without added ascorbic acid, powder 584.0
Tea, black, brewed, prepared with tap water 372.9
Tea, instant, unsweetened, powder, prepared 335.4
Tea, black, brewed, prepared with tap water, decaffeinated 269.2
Raisins, seedless 233.9
Crustaceans, crab, blue, canned 209.9
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white, Chardonnay 202.0
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white 202.0
Crustaceans, shrimp, mixed species, canned 201.0
Crustaceans, shrimp, mixed species, cooked, breaded and fried 166.0
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, all 153.3
Grape juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened, without added ascorbic acid 138.0
Grape juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened, with added ascorbic acid 138.0
Fish, fish portions and sticks, frozen, preheated 134.0
Soup, chicken corn chowder, chunky, ready-to-serve, single brand 132.0
Tea, ready-to-drink, ARIZONA iced tea, with lemon flavor 123.0
Tea, instant, sweetened with sugar, lemon-flavored, without added ascorbic acid, powder, prepared 115.8
Cream substitute, powdered 112.0
Snacks, potato chips, made from dried potatoes, fat-free, made with olestra 105.5
Snacks, potato chips, white, restructured, baked 105.5
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Merlot 104.6
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, red 104.6
Water, non-carbonated, bottles, natural fruit flavors, sweetened with low calorie sweetener 104.5
Gravy, beef, canned, ready-to-serve 99.2
Cereals, CREAM OF WHEAT, regular (10 minute), cooked with water, with salt 94.6
Cereals, CREAM OF WHEAT, regular (10 minute), cooked with water, without salt 93.4
Coffee, brewed from grounds, prepared with tap water 90.7
Tea, ready-to-drink, NESTLE, COOL NESTEA ice tea lemon flavor 89.9
Frozen novelties, ice type, sugar free, orange, cherry, and grape POPSICLE pops 88.9

Our Sugar-Related Nutrient Databases

Individual sugars: Fructosegalactoseglucoselactosemaltosesucrose.
Multiple sugars: Fructose, glucose and sucrose.

Foods High in Fluoride


Frozen novelties, ice type, pop, with low calorie sweetener 88.9
Carbonated beverage, grape soda 86.3
Cranberry-apple juice drink, bottled 82.7
Carbonated beverage, tonic water 82.5
Water, tap, municipal 81.1
Carbonated beverage, orange 80.6
Water, bottled, non-carbonated, DANNON Fluoride To Go 78.0
Frozen novelties, juice type, orange 77.0
Frozen novelties, juice type, POPSICLE SCRIBBLERS 76.6
Frozen novelties, ice type, pop 73.9
Jellies 73.0
Tea, ready-to-drink, LIPTON BRISK iced tea, with lemon flavor 72.2
Juice, apple and grape blend, with added ascorbic acid 72.1
Cereals, oats, regular and quick, unenriched, cooked with water (includes boiling and microwaving), 71.6
without salt
Cereals, oats, regular and quick and instant, unenriched, cooked with water (includes boiling and 71.6
microwaving), with salt
Water, tap, drinking 71.2
Carbonated beverage, root beer 71.0
Beverages, fruit juice drink, reduced sugar, with vitamin E added 70.7
Coffee, instant, decaffeinated, powder, prepared with water 70.5
Breakfast type drink, orange flavor, reduced sugar 70.5
Cranberry juice cocktail, bottled, low calorie, with calcium, saccharin and corn sweetener 70.1
Cranberry-apple juice drink, low calorie, with vitamin C added 70.1
Soup, chicken broth or bouillon, dry, prepared with water 70.0
Gelatin desserts, dry mix, prepared with water 69.1
Cookies, oatmeal, prepared from recipe, with raisins 69.0
Carbonated beverage, ginger ale 68.8
Babyfood, macaroni and cheese, toddler 68.4
Cranberry juice cocktail, bottled 67.3
Babyfood, juice, apple and cherry 67.0

Foods High in Fluoride


Babyfood, mashed cheddar potatoes and broccoli, toddlers 66.2
Lemonade-flavor drink, powder, prepared with water 66.2
Cocoa mix, with aspartame, powder, prepared with water 65.7
Babyfood, dinner, macaroni and cheese, strained 65.6
Dairy drink mix, chocolate, reduced calorie, with aspartame, powder, prepared with water and ice 65.0
Cranberry-grape juice drink, bottled 65.0
Orange-flavor drink, breakfast type, powder, prepared with water 64.5
Fruit punch-flavor drink, powder, without added sodium, prepared with water 64.3
Mollusks, oyster, eastern, wild, cooked, dry heat 63.0
Sports drink, COCA-COLA, POWERADE, lemon-lime flavored, ready-to-drink 62.0
Babyfood, juice, apple – cherry 61.6
Cocoa mix, powder, prepared with water 61.4
Snacks, potato chips, plain, salted 61.3
Babyfood, dinner, potatoes with cheese and ham, toddler 61.1
Soup, chicken broth, canned, prepared with equal volume water 61.0
Prune juice, canned 60.2
Carbonated beverage, low calorie, cola or pepper-type, with aspartame, contains caffeine 59.8
Orange juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, diluted with 3 volume water 58.2
Carbonated beverage, cola, contains caffeine 57.0
Beef stew, canned entree 56.5
Cereals, corn grits, white, regular and quick, enriched, cooked with water, with salt 56.0
Carbonated beverage, SPRITE, lemon-lime, without caffeine 55.9
Lemonade, frozen concentrate, pink, prepared with water 55.4
Onion rings, breaded, par fried, frozen, unprepared 55.0
Orange juice drink 54.8
Soup, chunky chicken noodle, canned, ready-to-serve 54.5
Beans, baked, canned, with pork 54.0
Fruit punch drink, without added nutrients, canned 53.6
Coffee, brewed from grounds, prepared with tap water, decaffeinated 52.4
Carbonated beverage, low calorie, cola or pepper-type, with aspartame, without caffeine 52.0
Snacks, corn-based, extruded, chips, plain 51.9

Foods High in Fluoride


Snacks, tortilla chips, plain, white corn 51.9
Bread stuffing, bread, dry mix, prepared 51.3
Citrus fruit juice drink, frozen concentrate, prepared with water 51.0
Bread, rye 51.0
Orange-flavor drink, breakfast type, with pulp, frozen concentrate, prepared with water 50.9
Cereals, farina, enriched, cooked with water, with salt 50.7
Cereals, farina, enriched, cooked with water, without salt 50.7
Orange drink, breakfast type, with juice and pulp, frozen concentrate, prepared with water 50.5
Potatoes, boiled, cooked in skin, flesh, without salt 49.4
Potatoes, boiled, cooked in skin, flesh, with salt 49.4

For more information listing FLUORIDE amounts found in our food sources, visit…   USDA National Fluoride Database of
Selected Beverages and Foods

Fluoride: The Bizarre History – Full Documentary


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The ULTRA | Countertop Fluoride, Radiation, Heavy Metal, Chem and Micro-Sediment Water Filter / Revitalizer Unit removes…


I. CHEMICALS: (Wide-Range, Large-Capacity)
a. Fluoride / Arsenic / Lithium
b. Chlorine
c. Chloramine
d. Drug Residues
e. Hydrogen Sulfide
f. Herbicides/Pesticides
g. Volatile Organics (VOCs)**
h. Synthetic Organics (SOCs)**
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*Addresses the major radioisotopes from Fukushima Disaster.
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b. Strontium-90
c. Iodine-131
d. Plutonium
e. Radon
f. Cerium-144
g. Rubidium-106
h. Cobalt-60
i. Uranium
j. Zr/NB
k. Alpha Particles

a. Mercury
b. Barium
c. Lead
d. Aluminum
e. Copper
f. Cadmium
g. Hexavalent Chromium & other + charged metal ions.

a. Sediment (suspended particles)
b. Silica
c. Cysts
d. Parasites
e. Bacteria*

a. Raises/Balances PH to Alkaline.
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c. Supports Natural Electrolytes.
d. Improves Negative Redox (Antioxidant potential of water).
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Compare this system to:
A. Reverse Osmosis
B. Gravity Filters
C. Faucet Filters

Think your safe drinking bottled water? Think again… these listed bottle water   companies have FLUORIDE! And the list increases as new companies develop/established ones are exposed! 

  • Thirst quencher (sport drink), GATORADE, ready-to-drink
  • Thirst quencher (sport drink), POWERADE, ready-to-drink
  • Water, bottled, AQUAFINA
  • Water, bottled, CALISTOGA
  • Water, bottled, CRYSTAL GEYSER
  • Water, bottled, DANNON
  • Water, bottled, DANNON FLUORIDE TO GO
  • Water, bottled, DASANI
  • Water, bottled, EVIAN
  • Water, bottled, NAYA
  • Water, bottled, PERRIER
  • Water, bottled, POLAND SPRINGS
  • Water, bottled, PROPEL FITNESS WATER
  • Water, bottled, SARATOGA
  • Water, bottled, VERYFINE
  • FRUIT2O Water
  • Water, bottled, VOLVIC
  • Water, bottled, store brand
  • Water, frozen (ice)

SOLUTION: Your Best investment would be purchasing an over-the-counter water filtration system from Pure Effect Filters – http://www.pureeffectfilters.com/#a_aid=4eca8b759a290

For more details on Water, Fluoride, & Heavy Metals… https://ybertaud9.wordpress.com/water/

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New research reveals a startling new finding: fluoride is likely contributing to the epidemic of cardiovascular disease by stimulating calcification of the vascular system, including the coronary arteries.

FLUORIDATION: Mind Control of the Masses – by Ian E. Stephen (1995)
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Material Safety Data Sheet -Sodium fluoride MSDS

Material Safety Data Sheet – Fluosilicic acid MSDS

FLUORIDE OVERDOSE: National Institutes of Health – POISON CONTROL

Fluoride Action Network

Scientific Facts on the Biological Effects of Fluorides

Why EPA’S Headquarters Union of Scientists Opposes Fluoridation

FLUORIDE … The Aging Factor
How to Recognize and Avoid the Devastating Effects of Fluoride
John A. Yiamouyiannis, Ph.D. (1943-2000)

Dr. John McDougall interview with Dr. John Yiamouyannis – 3/10/96 (MP3)

The Greatest “Scientific” Fluoride Fraud Yet?

50 Reasons to Avoid Fluoridation

Governmentally Approved Poison

Fluoride does not reduce cavities and does causes brittle bones and a soft brain

Fluoride: A Chronological History

Oregon Federal Judge Hands Darlene Sherrell a Major Victory Anti-Fluoridation Milestone

Frequently Asked Questions about Fluoride

Is Fluoride and Fluoridation Causing/Contributing To Cancer & Other Diseases

Dare to Think — A Message About Fluoride, written by Darlene Sherrell

Fluoride Poisoning Symptoms

Fluoride Health Effects Database

How to Detox Fluorides from Your Body

1. Introduction to Fluoride
2. Cosmetic Effects
3. The Air We Breathe
4. The Great Fluoride Scam
5. The Experts at NRC/NRC
6. Legal Issues
7. Funky Teeth
8. Thyroid Hormones
9. Intelligence
11. How Fluoridation Got Started
12. ISFR Fluoride Journal
13. Brain Development
14. The United States Economy
15. C&EN Special Report on Fluoridation 1988
16. The Natural Resources Defense Council
17. Earth Island Journal: The Phosphate Connection
18. EPA Regulations: Who Comes Up With This Stuff?
19. Fluoride: The Aging Factor, by John Yiamouyiannis, Ph.D.
20. Conclusion