“ Fluoride seeks out minerals such as magnesium and binds with it,
making magnesium unavailable to the body…”
Kevin Mugur Galalae
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“Fluoride seeks out minerals such as magnesium and binds with it, making magnesium unavailable to the body and unable to do its work. The magnesium-fluoride mineral produced is called sellaite; it is almost insoluble and ends up taking the place of magnesium in hard tissues like bone and cartilage, but its brittleness makes the bone susceptible to fracture. The reduction in available magnesium causes a decrease in enzymatic action in the body.”
Excerpts from ‘The Magnesium Miracle’ by Dr Carolyn Dean.
Plasma Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Concentration
and Menstrual Cycle Characteristics in Preconception Women
Wei Zhou,1* Lulu Zhang,2,3* Chuanliang Tong,4 Fang Fang,1 Shasha Zhao,1 Ying Tian,1 Yexuan Tao,2,3 Jun Zhang1 and for the Shanghai Birth Cohort Study
Our study found that increased exposure to PFOA, PFOS, PFNA, and PFHxS was associated with higher odds of irregular and long menstrual cycle and lower risks of menorrhagia in women who plan to be pregnant. In contrast, women with higher levels of PFOA, PFNA, and PFHxS were more likely to have hypomenorrhea.
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See also: ‘ Minerals for the Genetic Code’ by Charles Walters
Alum. Aluminium sulphate was removed from Sydney water supply
1994 suspected of causing Alzheimer’s disease.
New → Fluoride and Novichok ← New
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