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Fluoride and the pineal gland

December 26, 2011
Brasscheck TV
12/26/2011

Animal studies of pineal function indicate that fluoride exposure results in altered melatonin production and altered timing of sexual maturity.

Recent information on the role of the pineal organ in humans suggests that any agent that affects pineal function could affect human health in a variety of ways, including effects on sexual maturation, calcium metabolism, parathyroid function, postmenopausal osteoporosis, cancer, and psychiatric disease.

However, they put it in your drinking water because it’s ‘good for your teeth’…

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