GENRE: Email letter
TITLE: Fluoride from China not to be trusted
AUTHOR: Ailsa B
DATE SENT: Sat, Jan 5, 2013 at 3:26 PM
STATUS: Awaiting response, as of 5th January, 2013
UPDATES: Any updates should be posted in the comments section below.
Bcc: Various lists
Australian parents could be facing a shortage of infant milk formula if not for its stepped-up production and a watch kept on those individuals who are regularly buying wholesale lots for shipping to China.
Many living in China no longer trust their home-made brands since some of China’s milk formula and other food was deliberately adulterated with melamine; seemingly to increase its protein content.
As a result, by November 2008, the Chinese government had reported an estimated 300,000 victims, with six infants dying from kidney stones and other kidney damage and a further 860 infants hospitalized.
Yet we are expected to trust the fluoridating agents that Australia imports from China.
Some batches introduced into the US left insoluble residues in fluoridation units.
These were difficult to identify and even though one fluoridating authority could not identify the residue it was claimed to be safe for human ingestion – such is the politics/science of fluoridation.
China, knowledgeable about the harmful effects of natural fluoride, does not allow the artificial fluoridation of its own population – except for Hong Kong’s which was fluoridated when under British rule.
Mackay residents would be well advised to research fluoride on non pro-fluoridation websites and then call for an end to hazardous waste (known euphemistically as fluoride) being added to Mackay’s drinking water supply.