IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is more research demonstrating a link between fluoride and another health condition you don’t want.
MAKING CHANGES: You’ll find fluoride in your water, toothpaste and treatments recommended by your dentist. It’s time to take a step to reduce your intake because it doesn’t do what it’s advertised to do.
FACT OR FICTION: How much do you know about the symbol of the United States?
In The News
In the news today is research from Case Western Reserve University demonstrating that fluoride is also linked to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes.
Researchers have already demonstrated that fluoride does not reduce your risk of getting cavities and has also been linked to lower IQs and depression. Fluoride does NOT improve your health.
Daily Health Tip
Reducing your daily intake of fluoride can help reduce your risk of cognitive deficits, depression and type 2 diabetes.
These changes are slightly easier than others to improve your health. Just say no to your dentist when they ask if you want a fluoride treatment on your teeth. It doesn’t reduce your risk of cavities and doesn’t make your teeth stronger.
Investigate a water filtration system for your drinking water - or better for your whole house. Taking a shower or bath increases your risk of inhaling aerosolized fluoride and chlorine, both dangerous to your health.
Britta and Zero water filters do not filter out fluoride. You’ll need to either purchase spring water that has not been fluoridated or invest in a table top filtration system.
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Fact or Fiction?
The American bald eagle is the symbol of the United States, making an appearance in currency and several of the armed services emblems. They are carnivores, eating small animal after capturing and killing. Once numbering over 300,000, their numbers dramatically fell to less than 500 nesting pairs. Today their numbers have rebounded to a bit over 5,000 nesting pairs due to conservation efforts. During breeding season the pair will build a nest, often in the top of a tree, weighing up to one ton and measuring 8 feet across.
Have a wonderful day!
Your Healthy Life America Team