Dental X-Rays Cause Cancer

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Your dentist is hazardous to your health if he takes X-rays instead of using ultrasonography body imaging using sound waves.

The American Dental Association and the Atomic Energy Commission have been in bed together since the 1939-1943 Manhattan Project uranium hexafluoride conspiracy.

X-rays are many more times hazardous to your health than mercury fillings.

The thyroid, the eyeball, and the brain are especially susceptible to ionizing radiation.

And don’t believe that “bovine feces” comparing dental X-rays to living in Denver. There’s no comparison.

You’re more susceptible to gamma radiation at sea level than at higher altitudes (including airplanes).

Salynn Boyles (“Dental X-rays Linked to Brain Tumors: Annual X-rays May Expose Patients to Unnecessary Risk,” WebMD Health News, Apr. 10, 2012) wrote …

“Exposure to ionizing radiation — the kind found in X-rays — is the biggest known environmental risk factor for largely non-malignant meningioma brain tumors. Routine dental X-rays are among the most common sources of radiation for most healthy people in the U.S.”

According to the same source …

“The meningioma patients were more than twice as likely as the adults without brain tumors to have had dental X-rays at some point during their lives, [Elizabeth B.] Claus [M.D., Ph.D., of Yale University School of Medicine and Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital] tells WebMD.”

Ray Peat (“Bone Density: First Do No Harm,” 2006-2015) wrote …

“Dental x-rays cause thyroid cancer and eye cancer. Recent experiments have shown that low doses of radiation cause delayed death of brain cells. The action of x-rays produces tissue inflammation, and diseases as different as Alzheimer’s disease and heart disease result from prolonged inflammatory processes.”

According to the same source …

“It was only after a multitude of dentists had a finger amputated that it became standard practice to ask the patient to hold the film, while the dentist stood safely back away from the rays.”

John W. Gofman & Arthur R. Tamplin (“Epidemiologic Studies of Carcinogenesis by Ionizing Radiation,” Effects of Pollution on Health, 1972) wrote …

“In the ionizing radiation case, abundant experimental animal data have accumulated over the past quarter century demonstrating that radiation can provoke cancers of essentially all organs, provided the radiation is delivered to susceptible cells. Moreover, reasonable dose response data were available through such studies (Gofman and Tamplin). Had these experimental animal data been utilized properly, the recent surprise concerning the higher than anticipated cancer hazard of ionizing radiation need not have occurred.”

According to the same source …

“All forms of cancer show closely similar doubling doses and closely similar percentage increases in cancer mortality rate per rad.”

According to the same source …

“Youthful subjects require less radiation to increase the mortality rate by a specified fraction than do adults.”

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    'Dental X-Rays Cause Cancer' have 6 comments

    1. December 19, 2015 @ 9:45 pm Atom

      Ironically, in many cases, the lower the dose of ionizing radiation, the greater the incidence of cancer. :(


    2. December 19, 2015 @ 9:49 pm Atom

      Note to frequent flyers: Terahertz radiation is a greater threat to health than gamma radiation. :(


      • December 20, 2015 @ 4:36 pm mark

        Atom…I do have a dental appointment at the beginning of the new year and I’m sure the dentist will want to X-ray the tooth. What could I do/take between now and then to help offset the effects of the X-ray?

        And a second question if I may….

        I wanted to start taking Cayenne so I purchased some capsules (capsule is just plant cellulose) that are 575mg and rated 40k heat units.
        I kept reading that taking the capsules could induce a burning effect once it opens up inside you. Yesterday afternoon I took one and didn’t feel a thing and never felt flushed/warm at all. Today I repeated the same dose and as of 4 hrs later the same thing. I decided to open a capsule and take a tiny amount on a wet finger and thought I was licking fire!:^)

        Any suggestions for perhaps a tea or something and starting with a tiny amount of just the powder?
        I’ve never taken it before yesterday.
        Many thanks..

        ce it sort of bombs the stomach


        • December 21, 2015 @ 1:05 pm Atom

          This is general information, not therapeutic suggestions for any specific person.

          Radiation is hyper-alkaline and catabolic.

          Here’s a valid “Three Growth Zones” list of Acid-Ash, Alkaline-Ash, and Neutral-Ash Foods …

          Growth Zone 1 breakfast ACID-ASH foods …

          Brazil nut, English walnut, processed coconut, etc.

          Growth Zone 1 breakfast ALKALINE-ASH foods …

          almond, chestnut, unprocessed coconut, apple, apricot, banana, cherry, date, fig, mango, peach, pear, persimmon, plum, prune, black olive, green olive, citrus fruits (when not combined with other foods), etc.

          Growth Zone 1 breakfast NEUTRAL-ASH foods …

          coffee (Don’t confuse coffee with caffeine, which is an alkaloid; hence, an alkalizing agent.)

          Growth Zone 2 lunch ACID-ASH foods …

          meat (beef, bacon, ham, lamb, pork, veal, venison, etc.), chicken (depending on what it ate), some dairy products (cheddar cheese, cottage cheese, etc.), bee pollen (unless allergic), brewer’s yeast, miso, lentil, most grains (rice, wheat, rye, etc.), white bread, most cakes, macaroni, cereals (cornflakes, farina, oatmeal, shredded wheat, etc.), corn, mayonnaise, cranberry, blueberry, etc.

          Growth Zone 2 lunch ALKALINE-ASH foods …

          processed cheese, milk, cream, most beans (Lima bean, navy bean, string bean, etc.), buckwheat, millet, pea, broccoli, cauliflower, celery, cucumber, eggplant, okra, parsley, summer squash (yellow crookneck squash, zucchini, etc.), pumpkin, salsify, Swiss chard, beet greens, turnip greens, endive, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, green onion, sauerkraut, tomato, tomato juice, peppers (cayenne, jalapeno, green pepper, etc.), grape, currant, raisin, blackberry, gooseberry, loganberry, raspberry, strawberry, melons (when not combined with other foods), etc.

          Growth Zone 2 lunch NEUTRAL-ASH foods …

          lard, butter, margarine, processed vegetable oils, corn starch, white cane sugar, tea, etc.

          Growth Zone 3 dinner ACID-ASH foods …

          fish (depending on what it ate), egg, caviar, peanut (not recommended long-term), peanut butter (not recommended long-term), etc.

          Growth Zone 3 dinner ALKALINE-ASH foods …

          mushroom, sea vegetables (kelp, dulse, nori, etc.), potato (boiled, baked, or mashed), sweet potato, asparagus, beet, carrot, onion, parsnip, turnip, rutabaga, radish, watercress, dandelion greens, pineapple, pineapple juice, etc.

          Growth Zone 3 dinner NEUTRAL-ASH foods …

          arrowroot starch, tapioca, white beet sugar, etc.

          Remember, acid, alkaline, and neutral ash residues are only one factor of acid-alkaline equilibrium.

          Chemistry plays a back-seat role compared to (a) shape, (b) size, (c) penetration, (d) terrain, and (e) TIMING.

          For example, science has yet to explain why sometimes acidity is increased, yet the number of acid molecules is decreased.

          Fatigue pH is an example of this.

          Using ash residues as an absolute basis for pH homeostasis is the same as using Glycemic Index without factoring in Glycemic Load.

          Also, acidifying and alkalizing agents are routinely added to processed food.

          Acidifying agents include …

          ammonium chloride, monoammonium phosphate, phosphoric acid, glycerol, butanol, heptanol, unsaturated fatty alcohols, etc.

          Alkalizing agents include …

          sodium bicarbonate, sodium thiosulfate, ammonium acetate, etc.



          Cayenne is toxic when swallowed in pill form.

          It needs to be processed through the mouth (Product Inspection Department).

          Larger amounts can be used to heal ulcers, etc.


          • December 21, 2015 @ 2:54 pm mark

            My deep thanks for your in depth reply. I’ve learned a lot from you since hearing you first on Patrick’s show and your ongoing readiness to always give has really touched me and I’m sure countless others.
            Blessings to you and Suzy.


            • December 22, 2015 @ 4:23 pm Atom

              Thank you, Mark, from both of us! :) :) :)

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