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Oct 13

Comprehensive List Of States With The Highest Fluoride Rates


(Thomas Dishaw)  Fluoride, a toxic staple of most municipal water supplies , was first integrated for public consumption in 1945 in Grand Rapids Michigan.   Since then 75% of the cities across the US have followed, dumping this toxic poison into the water for you and your family to consume.

According to the CDC, Fluoridation of the water supply has been hailed as one of ten great public health achievements of the 20th century. That is interesting considering recent studies have found that  elevated fluoride exposure is associated with reduced IQ, literally dumbing Americans down one drink at a time. Unfortunately 70% of Americans still believe the  fluoride myth, even as shocking new studies by Harvard have concluded that fluoride’s effect on the young brain should now be a “high research” priority.

Thankfully some parts of the world have completely abandoned the thought of fluoridation .  Leading the fight is Western Europe which is 97% non fluoridated, and includes the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Norway, Portugal, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, and approximately 90% of both the United Kingdom and Spain according to Fluoride Action Network.

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Since high levels of fluoride have creeped their way into the food and water chain there are a few ways to combat this toxic time bomb. The first and most important is invest in a water filter that will remove fluoride. Over the years I have progressed from an uneducated consumer who used to purchase PUR water filters at the grocery store to actually owning  a Berkey water purification system that removes the fluoride from the water.  This is one of the most important purchases you will make in your life.  Second, we need to vote with our dollars and continue to support companies that produce fluoride free products and demand they make more. And finally we need to take our cities back by demanding they remove this toxic sludge from our tap. Many areas of the country have already had great success, with an extensive list here.

Below is a comprehensive list of states with the highest fluoride rates to share with friends & family.

State Fluoridation Percentage Calculations and States Ranked by Fluoridation Percentage

State % Persons receiving fluoridated water Persons served by CWS State Rank
United States 73.9 204,283,554 276,607,387 Kentucky 1
Alabamae 80.0 3,821,766 4,779,736 Maryland 2
Alaska 62.8 404,039 643,373 Illinois 3
Arizona 56.7 3,114,799 5,493,584 Minnesota 4
Arkansas 64.7 1,724,131 2,666,306 North Dakota 5
California,f 62.1 22,812,721 36,756,666 Virginia 6
Coloradoe 70.1 3,523,554 5,029,196 South Dakota 7
Connecticut 91.0 2,370,423 2,604,427 Indiana 8
Delaware 86.2 705,344 818,110 West Virginia 9
District of Columbia 100.0 595,000 595,000 Iowa 10
Florida 78.0 13,377,651 17,156,553 Georgia 11
Georgiae 92.1 8,924,598 9,687,653 Michigan Tied for
Hawaiif 10.8 139,598 1,290,549 Tennessee Tied for
Idaho 30.5 335,127 1,099,561 Connecticut 14
Illinois 99.3 11,325,132 11,403,176 Wisconsin 15
Indiana 94.4 4,326,732 4,582,296 Ohio 16
Iowa 92.3 2,344,818 2,541,455 North Carolina 17
Kansas 65.1 1,155,071 1,775,588 South Carolina 18
Kentuckye 99.9 4,334,223 4,339,367 Delaware 19
Louisianae 40.7 1,846,149 4,533,372 Rhode Island 20
Maine 79.0 521,414 660,367 Texas 21
Maryland 99.8 5,140,618 5,151,947 Alabama 22
Massachusettse 70.7 4,626,859 6,547,629 Missouri 23
Michigan 91.6 7,322,410 7,996,744 Maine 24
Minnesota 98.8 4,117,266 4,166,424 Florida 25
Mississippie 55.2 1,639,348 2,967,297 New Mexico 26
Missouri 79.8 3,966,102 4,966,951 New York 27
Montana 29.6 233,221 788,705 Nevada 28
Nebraska 70.2 1,001,665 1,425,929 Massachusetts 29
Nevada 72.9 1,855,460 2,544,079 Nebraska 30
New Hampshire 42.9 357,262 832,631 Colorado 31
New Jersey 13.5 1,111,624 8,221,293 Kansas 32
New Mexico 77.0 1,210,777 1,571,600 Arkansas Tied for
New Yorke 74.7 14,468,141 19,378,102 Oklahoma Tied for
North Carolina 87.3 6,174,598 7,072,012 Washington 35
North Dakota 96.9 559,246 577,325 Alaska 36
Ohio 87.7 8,772,683 10,005,412 California 37
Oklahoma 64.7 2,296,459 3,547,668 Arizona 38
Oregon 22.6 833,227 3,688,540 Vermont 39
Pennsylvania 54.6 5,802,260 10,636,421 Mississippi 40
Rhode Island 85.3 853,580 1,000,413 Pennsylvania 41
South Carolina 87.1 3,434,565 3,944,594 New Hampshire 42
South Dakota 94.8 642,942 678,028 Louisiana 43
Tennessee 91.6 5,336,600 5,827,549 Wyoming 44
Texas 80.4 19,362,219 24,080,084 Utah 45
Utahe 33.2 918,473 2,763,885 Idaho 46
Vermont 56.6 256,006 452,116 Montana 47
Virginia 95.6 6,124,274 6,403,141 Oregon 48
Washington 64.6 3,490,031 5,402,328 New Jersey 49
West Virginia 92.4 1,208,015 1,307,369 Hawaii 50
Wisconsin 87.9 3,300,037 3,755,613
Wyoming 36.8 165,296 449,223





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Sep 13

A Few Reason To Dump That Carton Of Orange Juice Down The Drain

(Thomas Dishaw)  If you are anything like me you probably enjoy waking up to a cold glass of orange juice in the morning with your bacon and eggs (ala Edward Bernays).  In a perfect world this orange juice would of course be GMO free, organic and preferably from a local farm, but unfortunately most of the time it’s not.

Over the years I have gradually progressed into a dangerous consumer (educated).  Making healthier purchases has become an obsession as I continue to vote with my dollars and do my best not to support unhealthy labels that seem to flood the marketplace.

Over the years I have  been disappointed with the selection of orange juice in the grocery stores, having to choose from various watered down  jugs that smell like orange perfume  but is supposedly full of vitamin C and, according to new studies, help  play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease and diabetes in people who eat an unhealthy diet.

Like most people you have a carton of orange juice in your refrigerator, hopefully after reading this article it will give you a few reasons to dump it down the drain, vote with your dollars and support a healthier alternative.

  • But did you really know that the orange juice you buy, conventional or organic, is basically a waste of money and here is why: 98% of the orange juice in North America is pasteurized or flash pasteurized.  If you’re unfamiliar with this practice it’s the process of heating a liquid at an extremely high temperature for a few seconds and up to a half of minute, essentially destroying any nutrients that were left in the  juice, leaving you with essentially sugar water. The CDC, better known as the Center for Disease Creation, recommends all juices for consumption be pasteurized, essentially eliminating the threat of disease from the food supply, arguing  pasteurization is needed to kill two particular pathogensE.coli O157:H7 (which is found naturally in the intestins of cows) and salmonella, raising the question why would there be salmonella or O157:H7 on oranges?



  • Did you know that fragrance companies like Dior and Calvin Klein are hired to produce flavor packets that enhance the juices taste after it has been stripped of oxygen and flavor providing chemicals.  With an obvious loophole in the corrupt labeling system these flavor packs aren’t listed as an ingredient on the label because technically they are derived from orange essence and oil.    According to the packs added to juice earmarked for the North American market tend to contain high amounts of ethyl butyrate, a chemical in the fragrance of fresh squeezed orange juice that juice companies have discovered Americans favor. Mexicans and Brazilians have a different palate. Flavor packs fabricated for juice geared to these markets therefore highlight different chemicals, the decanals say, or terpene compounds such as valencine .


  • One of the  more obscure claims made by the orange juice mafia is that every glass is 100% pure Florida orange juice. I guess we didn’t get the same definition of pure because according to the dictionary it defines pure as not mixed with anything else.  How can you make the claim your product is pure when you add flavor packs to your juice, even if it’s conveniently excluded from the label.  I guess these guys didn’t get the memo that their orange juice is far from pure and could possibly be involved in a class action lawsuit along the lines of Pepsi’s Naked Juice which was forced to pay out 9 million dollars for using the word natural on their packaging.

As millions of Americans are tricked into thinking grocery store orange juice is a healthy beverage, it is nice to know there are a few great healthy alternatives out there. Since I’m an orange juice connoisseur I usually make my way to the local Wegmans where they have one gallon jugs of fresh squeezed unpasteurized organic orange juice for $15.00 a gallon. Although many may argue the price is steep, I guarantee you if you do a side-by-side taste test you will never drink any of the popular brands on the market again. And if you were drinking the orange juice for the vitamin c content you can do much better by incorporating these veggies into your everyday diet: BroccoliRed Bell Peppers and Kale.

Sep 13

The Dentistry Holocaust: How America Has Been Mercury Poisoned By An Industry In Denial


(Mike Adams)

  Last Friday, the city council of Berkeley, California, voted to keep mercury hidden in dental fillings, keeping consumers in the dark on the fact that they are all being poisoned with a deadly neurotoxin that causes permanent brain damage. This decision to keep consumers in the dark was, of course, supported by dentists and doctors — both of which have a long history of covertly poisoning their own patients while refusing to disclose the damaging effects of the deadly chemicals or toxic heavy metals they routinely (and profitably) use.

It turns out that “amalgam fillings” are intentionally and deliberately misnamed for the express purpose of misleading consumers. Those fillings are actually more than 50 percent mercury, and once installed in mouths, they off-gas mercury vapor which is then inhaled by the patient, entering their bloodstream and causing permanent cellular damage to heart, kidneys, liver and brain. Click here to see a video of mercury fillings off-gassing deadly mercury vapor.

There’s also a stunning video from the University of Calgary that provides visual proof of mercury damaging brain neurons. If you’ve never seen this video, click here to watch it now.

Here’s why so many dentists are clinically insane

The dentistry industry knows that mercury is extremely toxic. It’s one of the reasons why so many dentists are clinically insane. They’ve come into contact with so much mercury of the years that they, themselves, are victims of it. That’s why so many retired dentists are stark raving mad. The “mad hatter” effect is what happens when you touch, absorb or inhale too much mercury over the years.

So instead of trying to remove mercury from fillings — which would be the obvious solution here — the dental industry has, for decades, engaged in a delusional campaign of denialpretending that mercury fillings are somehow not toxic. Could this be because the dental industry organizations also happen to own patents on mercury fillings and earn huge revenues every time one is purchased for use on a child?

Yet even in their absurd denial of the toxicity of mercury, mainstream dentists and poison pushers forget yet another critical aspect of all this: the environmental damage caused by mercury used in dentistry.

Mercury-based dentistry is destroying our world

Thanks to modern dentistry, mercury is “the poison that keeps on giving.” Even after poisoning the patient, that same mercury goes on to poison the world. How?


When people who have mercury fillings die, many are cremated. This causes the mercury in their mouths to be “cooked off” and turned into a deadly gas that gets blown right into the atmosphere. Mainstream environmentalists are quite familiar with the idea of mercury being released by coal power plants, but almost nobody talks about mercury being released from the cremation of patients who have been implanted with mercury fillings.

This mercury gets blown by trade winds and eventually settles on crop lands all across America. From there, it enters the food, causing trace levels of mercury to be found across the food supply. This is just one of the many ways in which modern dentistry is poisoning our world.

Mercury used in fertilizers for food

Believe it or not, mercury is also found in biosludge (human waste) fertilizers that are routinely spread on crops grown in the USA and elsewhere. This is a common but little-known practice in the food production industry.

The EPA openly confirms this, by the way, stating, “if mercury-contaminated sludge is used as an agricultural fertilizer, some of the mercury used as fertilizer may also evaporate to the atmosphere. Through precipitation, this airborne mercury eventually gets deposited onto water bodies, land and vegetation.”

Just how big of a problem is this? According to the EPA, over 30 tons of mercury were used in dental fillings in 2004. Dental offices are also polluting the world with mercury through improper disposal of mercury-contaminated devices and supplies. As the EPA states on its dental amalgam page:

If the amalgam waste is sent to a landfill, the mercury may be released into the groundwater or air. If the mercury is incinerated, mercury may be emitted to the air from the incinerator stacks. And finally, if mercury-contaminated sludge is used as an agricultural fertilizer, some of the mercury used as fertilizer may also evaporate to the atmosphere.

Through precipitation, this airborne mercury eventually gets deposited onto water bodies, land and vegetation. Some dentists throw their excess amalgam into special medical waste (“red bag”) containers, believing this to be an environmentally safe disposal practice. If waste amalgam solids are improperly disposed in medical red bags, however, the amalgam waste may be incinerated and mercury may be emitted to the air from the incinerator stacks. This airborne mercury is eventually deposited into water bodies and onto land.

Mercury amalgam also accumulates on dental supplies, such as cotton swabs and gauze, and these materials are usually deposited in the regular trash. In local areas where trash is incinerated, the mercury in this trash can be released via air emissions.

Mercury denialists, poison pushers and destroyers of life

The mercury denialists are all the usual suspects. They are the very same destroyers of life who are also pushing GMOs, vaccines, psychiatric drugs and other poisons that are destroying our world. These very same people insist that mercury is somehow not toxic to humans, nor to the environment, nor to any life on our planet.

Of course, they know they’re lying about mercury, just as they’re lying about GMOs, vaccines, psychiatric drugs, glyphosate, triclosan, aspartame and all the other poisons now devastating our world.

It’s time to stop the dentistry holocaust and outlaw the use of mercury in both dentistry and medicine. Mercury has no place whatsoever in the dental practices of a civilized society. We have suffering mercury poisoning for too many generations, and We the People will no longer tolerate the denials of a corrupt, profiteering industry that earns money by installing neurotoxic substances into the mouths of children.

What you can do to stop the dentistry holocaust

Join Natural News in halting this modern-day holocaust:

#1) Demand mercury-free dentistry for yourself and your family members. If your current dentist still uses mercury, switch dentists.

#2) Demand that your representatives in government support legislative bans on mercury in dentistry and vaccines.

#3) If you currently have mercury in your mouth, have it removed by a competent holistic dentist. Please note that you will need to consume extra nutritional supplements before and after any mercury removal procedure to protect your body from absorbing the mercury. Most importantly, you will need an oxygen respirator during the procedure to avoid inhaling mercury vapor as the fillings are being drilled out! If your dentist does not give you a respirator during this procedure, refuse to work with that dentist, period! (Removing mercury fillings exposes you to very high levels of mercury vapor during the removal.)

#4) Share this story and keep reading Natural News for the truth about mercury, dentistry, vaccines, GMOs and other topics that the mainstream media flat-out refuses to cover.

P.S. There is no “safe” form of mercury, as is sometimes claimed by the poison pushers. Mercury is toxic in all its forms and isotopes. You can speciate mercury all day long, but you’ll never find a form that’s a nutrient. Every form of mercury is poison to life on our planet, without exception!

This story was first seen on Natural News