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Just When You Thought it was Safe to Drink…

…Some guy is dumping toxic waste into your tap water! This week is Fluoride Awareness Week over at Mercola.com, the internet home of Natural Health guru and bestselling author Dr. Mercola.

Watch Dr. Joseph Mercola’s interview from last year with Dr. Paul Connett about his book, The Case Against Fluoride, in the videos below.

Be prepared to learn a lot about the dangers of fluoridation, hear action steps that everyday citizens can take on this important issue, and be educated on some disturbing facts about how fluoridation is affecting our health and our planet.

As Mercola writes, introducing the interview, “This Daily Habit is Damaging Your Bones, Brain, Kidneys, and Thyroid”…Yikes. Watch the five-part video interview below.

Part 1 of the interview:

Read the original article and video post here.Paul Connett is the author of The Case Against Fluoride: How Hazardous Waste Ended Up in Our Drinking Water and the Bad Science and Powerful Politics That Keep It There


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