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Moms to be avoid fluoride [Fluoride lower IQ]

Moms to be avoid fluoride [Fluoride lower IQ]

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THE MOTHER-OFFSPRING STUDIES

THE MOTHER-OFFSPRING STUDIES

The Mother-Offspring studies reveal that the fetus is the most vulnerable to fluoride’s neurotoxicity.

Six of the seven studies measured pregnant women’s urinary levels for fluoride and these levels were compared to the IQ of their offspring.

Certain levels of fluoride in the pregnant women’s urine were found to significantly impact the IQ, or cognitive function, of the offspring at various ages (up to 12 years of age).

The most recent study by Till et al. (Nov 2019) investigated the effects on IQ from infants fed formula made in fluoridated communities vs infants in non-fluoridated areas.

The loss of IQ occurred in the fluoridated communities. The largest study listed below by Green et al. (2019) is important as it was the first to include mother-child pairs in fluoridated and non-fluoridated cities in Canada. Children were tested between the ages of 3 and 4.

Of note is that the U.S. fluoridates the drinking water at the same level as Canada (0.7 mg/L fluoride). The Bashash et al. (2017) study is the longest mother-offspring study, having tested the children at 4 years of age and again between 6-12 years.

Three other studies (Thomas et al., 2017; Valdez Jiménez et al., 2017; Li et al., 2004) also correlated the urinary fluoride levels with reduced IQ in the offspring. The singular importance of the Till (2019), Green (2019), Bashash (2017) and Thomas (2017) studies is that the fluoride levels in the urine of the pregnant women are similar to what is found in adults living in fluoridated communities in the U.S. The first study to look at this correlation was the study by Li et al. (2004) in China.

The studies by Li et al (2004) and Chang et al., (2017), both from China, compared newborns (1 to 3 days old) and infants (at 3, 6, 9, and 12 months of age) from women living in high-fluoride areas to those living outside these areas. The study by Valdez Jiménez et al. (2017) was confined to women and their offspring in high fluoride areas.

The studies by Li et al (2004) and Chang et al., (2017), both from China, compared newborns (1 to 3 days old) and infants (at 3, 6, 9, and 12 months of age) from women living in high-fluoride areas to those living outside these areas. The study by Valdez Jiménez et al. (2017) was confined to women and their offspring in high fluoride areas.

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