Sugar, the Scapegoat?
Could Chronic Consumption of Fluoride in Water, Beverages & Foods Cause Diabetes?
Published by NIH
(National Institutes of Health, USA),
(NaF) “sodium fluoride takes effect slowly but effectively in preserving glucose in blood for at least three days.”
(Scientific Committee on Health and Environmental Risks)
of the European Commission
The fluoride (Na2SiF6) used in Singapore tap water for 60 years affects human bodies just like sodium fluoride.
“Studies on Na2SiF6 and H2SiF6, compounds used to fluoridate drinking water, show a pharmacokinetic profile for fluoride identical to that of sodium fluoride (NaF) (Maguire et al. 2005, Whitford et al. 2008).”
Hypothesis: Consuming Singapore fluoridated tap water preserves glucose in blood for at least 3 days.
If a person’s blood sugar remains HIGH all the time for many years, could that cause the person to develop diabetes?
Read this article at ScienceDaily
What do you think?
Could ending water fluoridation, thereby reducing a huge amount of fluoride in drinks & foods, available at restaurants, food courts, schools, old folk homes, hospitals & more, help people to avoid diabetes?