The government says it’s good for our teeth, but what about the rest of the body?
“Deep cleanse” your penile chambers with the toothbrush technique
Many men are suffering from low blood flow “down there” due to penile fibrosis…
…and these men will continue suffering declines in their sex life until things will never come back in this life, ever.
Luckily, this weird toothbrush technique reduces fibrosis…it dissolves any plaque, scarring, and blockage in the penile chambers…
…leaving clean and sensitive nerve endings that feel every touch again.
Even if you haven’t had good “rockiness” in a while, you may be able to restore the health of your member and make it fatter, bigger, and work better.
Imagine cleaning the gunk off your gutters or the garage floor with a high-powered water jet.
Here’s what fluoride in the water is doing to your kidneys
There was a huge flu pandemic in 1918 and 1919 that killed 50 million people across the world and about 675,000 people in the United States.
At the time, the Public Health reaction was mixed and not super-effective – lots of people died.
“With no vaccine to protect against influenza infection and no antibiotics to treat secondary bacterial infections that can be associated with influenza infections, control efforts worldwide were limited to non-pharmaceutical interventions such as isolation, quarantine, good personal hygiene, use of disinfectants, and limitations of public gatherings – which were applied unevenly.”
Since that time, the U.S. has pushed forward many Public Health initiatives.
Some of them work really well, and others…not so much.
In my opinion, one of the worst is the addition of fluoride in the USA’s water supply.
It carries health risks over long-term exposure that I believe are quite dangerous.
When did the government start putting fluoride in the water?
They began adding fluoride to the public water supply in 1945 as a measure to prevent tooth decay.
And now, in the United States we have almost 75% of the population drinking fluoridated tap water.
“The number of communities and people who benefit from water fluoridation is continuing to grow. This effective public health intervention was initiated in the United States in 1945. In 2014, 74.4% of the US population on public water systems, or a total of 211,393,167 people, had access to fluoridated water.”
The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) considers this a net positive because of the effects on preventing tooth decay.
But evidence is starting to show that too much fluoride in our bodies can cause serious harm – including damage to our kidneys and livers, which we can’t live without.
Personally, I’m not willing to risk damaging my kidneys and liver…
Even if the CDC thinks it’s a good idea that I consume this stuff.
Fluoride in the water and lower kidney function
Studies have shown that in animals too much fluoride exposure can cause toxic effects.
But in humans there hasn’t been a lot of reliable data – even though in the US most people drink fluoride when they consume tap water.
“Hepato- and nephrotoxicity of fluoride have been demonstrated in animals, but few studies have examined potential effects in humans.”
(Hepato = liver) (Nephro = kidney)
This study looks particularly at teenagers to see if extra fluoride in their plasma is correlated with lower kidney and liver function.
“This population-based study examines the relationship between chronic low-level fluoride exposure and kidney and liver function among US adolescents.”
The conclusion of the study wasn’t super-clear.
What we do know is that kids with kidney and liver problems have higher levels of fluoride in their plasma.
But we don’t know which is the deal here:
- Does the fluoride cause kidney and liver problems?
- Or do kidney and liver problems cause a problem with processing fluoride?
“Fluoride exposure may contribute to complex changes in kidney- and liver-related parameters among US adolescents. As the study is cross-sectional, reverse causality cannot be ruled out; therefore, altered kidney and/or liver function may impact bodily fluoride absorption and metabolic processes.”
However, we do know for sure that fluoride causes problems in animals.
And we know that the association between fluoride and decreased liver and kidney function exists in humans.
So this is not something I am willing to take a risk on.
I personally have a municipal water supply and I use a filter for ALL of my drinking water to limit my exposure to fluoride as much as possible.
The one I use is called the Berkey Black filter.
It is one of the few filters on the market that removes fluoride.
Ultimately, the health risks you are willing to take are up to you. It’s my job to let you know about potential issues, and I think this is a pretty big one.
But you need to decide if you are willing to take the risk or not.
This cheap ordinary white powder removes harmful toxins like fluoride from the body
Men are exposed to all kinds of toxins without even knowing it.
And these toxins seep into the testicles and shrink the Leydig cells that create testosterone.
This leads to low T, which brings on all kinds of unwanted health problems…
…like heart disease, belly fat, “rockiness” problems, even prostate cancer.
But this cheap little powder I’ve discovered — it acts like a shield against these toxins.
Just a pinch will go into your bloodstream, and naturally defend your cells and organs from the toxins.
And it’s as safe as can be. It’s an old natural remedy people have been using for hundreds of years…