Scientists Conclude Fluoride Causes Hypothyroidism Leading To Depression, Weight Gain, and Worse…

The use of fluoride especially in water is health damaging which was proven by the study on fluoride effects hoping that this will cause a stir among people.

The latest study was done by researchers at the University of Kentwhichinvolved monitored data from almost every single medical practice in England. They discovered that fluoride may be the reason for increasing the risk of hypothyroidism, known as underactive thyroid, where the thyroid gland fails to produce enough hormones thus resulting in symptoms like obesity, fatigue and depression.

The study was published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, where a large population was involved in analyses regarding fluoride consumption. It is considered one of the largest research with wide population as data was gathered from 99% of the 8,020 general medical practices in England. The results showed that in locations with fluoridated water 30% of population were more likely to have high levels of hypothyroidism, in comparison to places with low, natural levels of the flouride in the water.

If you do a math as The Telegraphdid, 15,000 people could be suffering from weight gain, depression, fatigue and aching muscles.

The Newsweek states: “Overall, there were 9 percent more cases of underactive thyroid in fluoridated places.”

Another medical researcher Trevor Sheldon, as well as dean of the Hill York Medical Schoolsaid, quoting:“The study is an important one because it is large enough to detect differences of potential significance to the health of the population.”It is interesting that Sheldon initially was pro fluoride,but now he states that the “case for general water fluoridation” is no longer clear.

Contrary to this study, the Public Health England’s report claims that “there is no evidence of harm to health in fluoridated areas,”whenhip fractures, osteosarcoma, cancers and Down’s syndrome birth were considered, there weren’t no ratio fluctuations between fluoridated and non-fluoridated areas, howeverUniversity of Kent was focused on hypothyroidism which was nowhere mentioned in this official report.

The high levels of hyperthyroidism were labeled as “concerning for people living in those areas”.


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