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LEAD AND FLOURIDE, THE WRONG CONNECTION 

The present article will address seven troubling questions regarding drinking water.

  1. 1% of the water supply is intended for drinking, is a 99% price of water containing fluorosilicic acid a not expensive price, both financially and health-wise to achieve a questionable result.

  2.  Do you recognize the fact that the addition of fluorescent acid encourages lead loss from brass pipe connectors, for drinking and bathing water?

  3. Do you know that lead enters through the skin pores throughout the body area during the shower?

  4. Are you aware of the fact that while we drink 1% of total water consumption, our body is damaged by 40% of water consumption containing lead in showers and the clothes and towels washed in lead water? 

  5. Isn’t it worth taking the unnecessary / harmful fluoride funds, and investing them in adding magnesium to the desalination water, thus preventing the 50% chance of myocardial infarction? 

  6. It is clear to us that adding chlorine to water is a result of preserving the lives of citizens, do you think the introduction of fluorescent acid preserves human life?

  7. Is it possible that instead of investing in fluoroslicic acid (which is considered a waste of by-product) that is purchased from KIL, who simply bought magnesium from KIL?

 Only a single percent of the water, are used for drinking and cooking and 99% for other uses. It is worth noting that we refer to 1% of water in domestic consumption, and there are also public demands for large and fluoridated amounts of water, which are used for public irrigation, car washing, pipe explosions, dispersal of demonstrations, evaporation and more, hence:

The amount of water fluoridated for drinking / cooking purposes is negligible and tends to zero. It is claimed that fluoridation of drinking water increases the concentration of tox lead in drinking water. If this claim is proven, both the argument and the fluoridation must stop, and immediately.

 

Introduction

For the purpose of clarification, it is worth knowing that pipe connectors made of brass are composed mostly of copper, lead and zinc, the introduction of zinc into copper is done in order to facilitate the process of processing the accessories.

For example, a standard in the United States does not allow a zinc deviation above 15%, although such a low level of zinc increases the price of the product, since more work, more time, and higher wear of the processing equipment is invested in it.


The product will probably be cheaper, but the actual result is that the pipe connectors are more vulnerable to corrosion (corrosion, corrosion), and thus the lead is released directly into the domestic water, which we use for bathing and drinking, worse is the fact that the damage is greater. 1 liter but shower in 50 liters of hot water that opens the pores of the skin and through them the lead penetrates without direct interference with blood circulation, it is worth noting that water filtration systems do not lower the lead values, except for the H2onero Water Filter.

   

In May 2016 written to: “Ireland Water”, and its board of directors, CEO  EPA , the Food Safety Authority CEO, Chairman of the Consumers’ Association of Ireland, Chief Medical Officer of the  HSE , Department of Health Minister  Taoiseach  with concerns Many about the safety of Irish drinking water, including the negative health risks of  sharing the toxicity of exposure to fluoride and lead.


No reply has been received to this day.


For the public interest and awareness, we would like to share the following information. It is estimated that 1 in 10 homes in Ireland could be contaminated directly from their water, potentially exposing hundreds of thousands of consumers to poisoned water.

Some areas of Ireland, such as  Limerick Have been identified as having special attention due to lead service pipes. The public should also be aware that almost all of Ireland’s public water supplies are artificial fluoride with hexafluorosilicic acid.

A Number of reviews that appear in journals, published studies about finding high blood lead levels among children living in areas where there is an artificial fluoridation. In  2007, researchers published a paper about  Neurotoxicity findings concerning water treatment by acid Flaoroslitzit (  Hexafluorosilicic ) combined with the chlorine used to disinfect water supplies, which led to increased lead shedding from plumbing fittings and plumbing. It is important for readers of this article to know that in two U.S. cities,  Tacoma , Washington, Maryland, there was an immediate decrease in lead concentration in drinking water supply when the fluoridation process was stopped! 


In 2009, a report by the chief chemist in the city  Thunder Bay  , Canada (which has approximately 110,000 residents) found that the greatest amount of lead leaching occurred when the water is treated with acid – Flaoroslitzit (  Hexafluorosilicic ).

In 2010, a study published in the Journal of Toxicology  found that:


A combination of fluoride and lead leads to an increased increase in blood lead, in this study, higher lead levels were found in animals exposed to both toxins compared to animals exposed to lead alone. The researchers conclude that their results support previous studies, which found that water fluoridation increased children’s exposure to lead in fluoridated areas.


It is clear to us that a safe level of fluoride is currently unknown that prevents lead exposure or lead loss of up to 10  PPB , which is the permitted high threshold. According to the World Health Organization, young children are particularly vulnerable to the toxic effects of lead, and may suffer from profound and persistent adverse health effects.


Lead affects children’s brain development and as a result reduces intelligence, behavioral changes such as decreased attention, as well as increased antisocial behavior, and reduced academic achievement.


 Exposure of lead also causes anemia, hypertension, kidney failure, and toxicity to the reproductive organs. The neurological and behavioral effects of lead are considered irreversible. Lead also causes long-term damage to adults, including an increased risk of high blood pressure and kidney damage. Exposure of pregnant women to high levels of lead can lead to miscarriage, stillbirth, preterm birth, low birth weight and other various malformations.


However, lead increases the toxic effects of fluoride, increasing the incidence of dental fluorosis and the effect of fluoride ( neurotoxicity) on the brain.

 At the new Prat Children’s Hospital in Australia, there is a quality problem in the water supply and thus is delaying the opening of a new hospital where $ 1.2 billion has been invested, currently the follow-up is two years, and as stated all until the current risk to public safety and staff is resolved.


According to the evidence, the risks of lead toxicity can also be fully treated, simply by stopping fluoridation in water.
 

However, as long as the Irish Department of Health does not stop fluoridation, Irish consumers, including infants and children, still remain at increased risk for lead poisoning, and mainly suffer from increased toxicity and combined exposure to fluoride and lead in drinking water.