How I Have Lived Fluoride Free for 9 Months, and Tips to Help You Do the Same

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Andrew Puhanic, Contributor
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At the beginning of the year, I made a commitment to eliminate all artificially derived fluoride from my diet.

The decision to undertake this exercise was based on a number of studies that concluded ingesting artificially derived fluoride has limited benefits and is hazardous. Other more recent studies suggest fluoride ingested at high levels can reduce intelligence.

Considering that fluoride is added to drinking water supplies and is found in many products, the challenge I faced was not eliminating fluoride ingestion at home (that was easy), but trying to avoid it when eating out, visiting friends and when in places that don’t provide fluoride free options.

However, I have been successful living fluoride-free for nine months. Here are some tips for how you can remove fluoride from your diet.

It was at least three weeks after committing to eliminate fluoride from my diet that I finally got myself into a routine.

As I have discussed below, the hardest part was not trying to avoid fluoride at home, but avoiding fluoride at work, while visiting friends and family and while eating out at restaurants.

After 9 months of trying to avoid fluoride, I found that the best way to avoid ingesting fluoride is by sticking to the following 6 principles:

1. Taking Control of the Water You Drink

Considering that fluoride is added to water supplies, by controlling what you drink, you can eliminate 90% of your fluoride intake. Therefore, drinking bottled water or making sure your office water dispenser is fluoride free are the only ways to do this. I’m based in Australia and buy bottled water made by Pureau. There are many affordable bottled water brands that also do not add fluoride to their water. Usually, if they add fluoride to their water, it should be stated. Those that don’t add fluoride usually highlight this fact as a selling point on the bottle.

2. Simple Foods to Avoid

Whenever you go out, almost everything you drink and eat will contain fluoride. I recommend avoiding soups, coffee, casseroles and anything else that is prepared using water. There are plenty of alternatives available, and these alternatives don’t have to be the healthy options. A problem you may face is when consuming products that are preserved in a bottle or can. Most manufacturers won’t label that the water they have used contains fluoride. I recommend sticking to the basics (food not processed).

3. Tell Your Family and Friends about Your Commitment

Be open and honest about your decision to avoid consuming fluoride. If your family and friends are aware of your initiative, then they will do everything they can to support you (especially when you are visiting for lunch or dinner).

4. Fight with Facts and Don’t Let Bullies Push You Around

On occasion, you may get resistance or even harassed. Over the last 9 months, I found that facts always quash the emotive nature of people trying to put you down. If someone says “Your wasting your time”, I usually respond with a couple of facts about the risk I’m trying to avoid. This usually shuts people up.

5. Try Not to Make too Many Changes

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: Try not to drastically change your diet or routine. Just like dieting, most people (including myself) don’t stick to diets very well. At home, because you can control the type of water you use, there is no real need to change anything. The problem lies when you go out. One tip that has worked well for me is to stick to the basics (meat, vegetables, etc.) when ordering food or eating at a friend’s place.

6. Don’t Try to Convert Others

Don’t go around forcing your initiative onto other people. Most people don’t like being told what to do. Instead, lead by example and the others will follow. This initiative is relatively difficult and you will be better off focusing on your own efforts, rather than other people.

Results, Observations and the Future

Although 9 months is a relatively short time, since I made the decision to remove fluoride from my diet I am now much healthier, feel more alert, and my general well-being has improved.

Overall, my oral health and hygiene is just as good as it was before I started this initiative. Because I now have to watch what I drink and eat, I have virtually eliminated all sugar-laden drinks from my diet, which has the added benefit of reducing the risk of tooth decay.

One other observation I have made is that I feel much more alert. I can’t scale exactly how much more alert I feel, but I can say that now I don’t rely on coffee to achieve the same sensation.

Ultimately, the foolproof way to completely eliminate fluoride from our diets is if the government is pressured to stop adding it to our drinking water. Unfortunately, for many countries and districts, this probably won’t happen in the short to medium term.

I hope my experiences with removing fluoride from my diet inspires you to make the same decision I did 9 months ago.

To be honest, it was pretty easy; and if you take note of the above 6 principles I learnt, your journey to a fluoride-free life will be much easier.

Andrew Puhanic is the founder of the Globalist Report. The aim of the Globalist Report is to provide current, relevant and informative information about the Globalists and Globalist Agenda. You can contact Andrew directly by visiting the Globalist Report

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21 Comments on "How I Have Lived Fluoride Free for 9 Months, and Tips to Help You Do the Same"

  1. meat contains fluoride because it is mechanically deboned…. vegetables are sprayed with fluoride-containing poisons…. you will have to change alot more in your diet than water to be fluoride free, im sorry but you achieved nothing

  2. Is it possible the reason that you feel so much better is not because you eliminated Fluoride from your diet, but because you cut out all the crappy shit from your diet?

  3. So eliminating soft drinks and other sugary foods and drinks contributed nothing toward you feeling healthier?!

  4. Rubbish, RO does remove fluoride. Nice Trolling.

  5. i stopped drinking tap water about 18 months ago and slowly the problem of 30 years of Horrendous headaches spinal and shoulder pain moving into the neck and head have all but disappeared.
    The pain would wake me in the night as it moved through my body starting in my right foot of all places at 1- 2- 3- 4 and i would be constantly going to work with little sleep
    however things have ‘Dramatically’ improved slowly as the fluoride leaves my system – I am now preparing to move to the next step of living a fluoride free life in products i use and balancing things out by also eliminating the sugar products.

  6. It is far more concentrated than in the water.

  7. you can try a water distiller. Maybe you need eat better, to supply some lack of minerals, 5 percent that you need is in the tap water.

  8. I´ve bought some seeds. I will plant them as soon as i get.

  9. fungal growth ?

  10. So… send filtered water with the kids in aluminum containers. If varnished inside, the food grade varnish will be a barrier to the aluminum, provided you don’t habitually store acidic liquids inside …

  11. >Hitler did it

    Citation needed

  12. Do you trust the World Health?

  13. We buy the Pureau Water as well.
    It is 100%fluoride and chlorine free, but when I read about the filters, they only seem to remove 95 to 98% of the fluoride, but I am looking at the ozmosis one’s they say they remove 100%.

  14. After one week of drinking water with significantly less fluoride and using fluoride free toothpaste (hard to get water around my area without fluoride) my skin has improved dramatically(acne, rosacea, eczema) by 50-75%, problems i have been dealing with for 15 years! and that’s just lowering my fluoride content.

    I can not believe how much fluoride effects me. its caused me to question everything about my health care.

    Growing up i had terrible “growing pains” that effected me from since i could remember to when i was 21. At 21 I read an article on growing pains and the positive effect magnesium has for growing pains. so i started taking magnesium supplements, and after a month or so no more growing pains. at the time i was also suffering from panic attacks that i would get daily, that also went away. Recently I’ve been reading articles on the effects of fluoride and magnesium and how fluoride actually interferes in magnesium absorption. Bingo! the source of all my health problems.

    Its time to take fluoride OUT of our Water!! we have the right to chose what we put in our bodies

  15. Rob Medina Stand Up | August 31, 2016 at 3:19 pm | Reply

    I’m very curious on how you were able to avoid fluoride while eating meat. Fluoride is up to %2oo greater in ppm in meat than in water. I would love to eat meat, I too am as fluoride free as possible. So where are you getting the fluoride free meat? I’ve never found any outside of hunting, and I’m not a hunter, myself.

  16. Are you removing fluoride in your tap water with reverse osmosis, or something? If not, aren’t you are absorbing it through your skin when you bathe?

  17. toby neumann | April 19, 2017 at 9:31 pm | Reply

    Well they get you with the flouride chemical castration. Then they line the sides of bottles and cans with hormones to the you into a tranny.

  18. Fluoride is another reason so many people have thyroid issues

  19. Christine Liu | July 2, 2018 at 10:09 pm | Reply

    I appreciate the effort you’re putting in to help set an example for other people, but what about showering? Isn’t that just so much fluoride that it automatically cancels out any other prevention tactic you do?

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