Iodine Boosts Fluoride Damage
By Atom Bergstrom
Iodine won’t help the extensive damage caused by fluoridated water.
It increases the damage.
Fluorine is the dangerous part of uranium hexafluoride (1 atom of uranium, 6 atoms of fluorine).
People don’t grasp the qualitative versus quantitative aspects of nutrients.
How does it help to pour 20 gallons of gas in a 10 gallon tank?
Re: Interesting. Only reason I ask is I’ve heard fluoride displaces iodine, causing deficiency?
Fluorine “displaces” almost every element on the Periodic Table.
The thyroid gland is not manufactured out of iodine.
A thyroid weighs around 16,000 milligrams, including 10 to 15 milligrams of iodine.
Where are you going to get the remaining 15,885 milligrams?
If you break a window in your house, how does replacing 5 pounds of glass in your window with 50 pounds of glass help?
Supplement sellers depend on their victims not asking such questions.
And everyone parrots this pony pucky, thus it must be “true” because everyone “knows” it is.
Repetition is a potent hypnotic technique.
An entranced population rejects science for narratives.
Ever see any science in a Big Pharma ad?
Lots of sunbeams and rainbows and butterflies is all it takes to pocket trillions of dollars.
The blurb to my e-book on iodine (Too Much Iodine?—Be Wary of the Heaviest Halogen) reads …
Iodine is a miracle element, but a very subtle one. A tadpole remains a tadpole for life without a tiny dose. But think of iodine as a virtual fiber-optic wrench, small enough to manipulate single atoms, not an oversized pipe wrench requiring he-man strength to wield. Iodine abuse is rampant in the Western world, causing more health problems than it helps. Too much of a good thing is a bad thing — no Yin without Yang. Just what is a safe amount of iodine per day anyway? It’s much lower than you might have guessed.
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