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There are lots of reasons why we have so much more diabetes than we used to.
Big Pharma and Big Medicine are controlling the conversation on diabetes right now.
They tell us that there is more diabetes because our population is aging.
They focus on our lifestyle, sugar intake, and our weight.
And they tell us that we need their medications to fight diabetes.
But I’ve shown more than once that diabetes does not come from eating too much sugar.
It does not come from being fat.
Instead, I’ve shown you that it takes two things to become diabetic.
The first thing diabetes needs is a long-term, sustained insulin resistance.
The second thing it needs is the destruction of insulin-producing areas of the pancreas called islets of Langerhans.
Without both of these, you do not have diabetes.
By the way, I’ll show you another study soon that has great news for diabetics.
That study will show how the dead and damaged insulin-producing cells can regenerate!
But that’s for a different newsletter and a different day.
Right now we’re talking about important causes of diabetes nobody is aware of quite yet.
Let me explain.
Between 2005 in 2010, certain communities in the United States began adding fluoride to their water.
It started the whole flouride in water controversy.
So scientists studied the practice to see if there was any effect.
Is flouride safe in drinking water?
And it turned out that fluoride in drinking water has side effects.
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They found that diabetes increased in these communities as a direct result of the fluoridated water.
Dr. Kyle Fluegge, PhD., now at Case Western Reserve University, conducted the study.
He is a health economist in the Division of Disease Control for the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
He’s also co-director of the Institute of Health and Environmental Research in Cleveland, Ohio.
As Dr. Fluegge, notes in the study:
A 1 mg increase in the county mean added fluoride significantly positively predicts a 0.23 per 1,000 person increase in age-adjusted diabetes incidence.
Dr. Fluegge adjusted these numbers for
tap water consumption, poverty, year, population density, age-adjusted obesity and physical inactivity and mean number of years since water fluoridation started.
It’s not that these people were drinking more water, or that they became poorer.
It’s really because the water was fluoridated.
The fluoridated water created more diabetics than there would have been otherwise.
As the good doctor concludes:
Community water fluoridation is associated with epidemiological outcomes for diabetes.
How should you react to this information?
I think taking limited amounts of iodine can be very helpful in flushing out the body’s built up fluoride.
Flouride ousts iodine from cells in your body.
Taking supplemental iodine can flush out the fluoride.
Just do not take too much iodine and don’t take it for too long.
In addition to iodine, you should purchase a good filter that removes fluorine from your drinking water.
I prefer a filter over bottled water.
A lot of bottled water has plastic residue in it that causes widespread harm to our bodies.
It’s especially damaging to our sex organs.
Filtered water is preferable because it doesn’t have all that plastic residue.
Some of the water filters can also eliminate parasites, dangerous spores and bacteria, even viruses from the water.
This is a big bonus of using filtered water at home.
Realize that an ordinary filter such as a Brita or Pure filter does not filter out fluorine.
Fluorine is not easy to filter.
You need to make sure that you are using a filter that is designed to filter out fluoride.
And you need to change the filter often.
Stick to the specifications of the manufacturer, and you’ll do fine.
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