An interview with Christopher Bryson
‘The Fluoride Deception’ is a revealing book about the truth behind the seemingly harmless chemical that prevents tooth decay.
But new evidence points to the contrary that it may be the cause of serious adverse health effects, including infant mortality, congenital defects and IQ.
Fluoridation, which was first started in The US at the end of the Second World War to take better care of teeth, continued being used and eventually even added to to public water supplies across the country. But no study has been conducted on the consequences of exposure to huge amounts of Fluoride sending an alarm among people.
Christopher Bryson in his new book, titled “The Fluoride Deception” by critically analyses the background of the fluoridation debate and even states that research challenging fluoride’s safety was either suppressed by the US government or not conducted in the first place.
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Professor Ramanan Laxminarayan graduated at Princeton, and for the past several years he has worked as Vice-President for Research and Policy at the Public Health Foundation of I...