10 WAYS TO NATURALLY REMOVE FLUORIDE (Part 1) - Invigorated Water
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February 23, 2018


In today’s ever-changing world, we are constantly met with new challenges to maintain our equilibrium. Chemicals like herbicides, pesticides, neurotoxins and heavy metals are all infiltrating our daily lives through the food and water we consume.

Governments claim to be protecting us by pouring chemicals to ‘clean up’ our water supplies, but is that really helping? Most often groundwater is of a far superior quality than that of municipal filtered water.

As now many are opting to take control of their medical health, and researching online to learn how to avoid pharmaceutical drugs, in the same way, we must take control and learn how to avoid consuming these toxins that are slowly killing us.

Fluoride is one of the worst neurotoxins out there, and the FDA has finally stood up and supported this statement. The hoax of fluoridation being for the benefit of our dental health is now over.

Most countries worldwide have realised this years ago, and taken measures to stop their groundwaters being poisoned on the way to the consumers house. Unfortunately some countries like USA and Australia are still far behind on this area, and fluoridation is still a great issue of concern.

Below we will outline 10 natural ways you can remove fluoride from your body and life. In this article we will be outlining the first 5 ways, for the remaining ways to naturally remove fluoride, stay tuned next week.

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1. Liver Cleanse

One of the kindest things you can do to your body is regularly cleansing your liver.

Why? Because toxins get flushed out of your body via your liver, that’s its job. To ensure it manages to perform optimally, like with anything, you need to upkeep and maintain the trusty old worker to go about their job happily and without trouble.

A liver detox will also help you flush all the unwanted fluoride from your body. As fluoride is such a heavy neurotoxin, your liver requires extra care when it comes to cleaning it afterward. The type of cleanse will determine how well you remove all toxins.

There are 2 main types of cleanses, 1st focussing on the liver itself, 2nd focusing on the gallbladder. The gallbladder is directly connected to the liver functionality, and should therefore not be forgotten. Should you be cleansing at home, make sure you follow the instructions clearly. A cleanse can take 1-2 weeks to complete.

Avocados, garlic, turmeric, lemon & lime are foods particularly beneficial for helping the body cleanse the liver and should be consumed as often as possible.

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2. Household Herbs: Turmeric, Cayenne, Parsley, Chlorella, and Cilantro

Green leafy herbs and plants, as well as spices, are well known for their strong abilities to improve the overall health of the body, help wounds heal faster, act as nutritional supplements and eliminate nutritional deficiencies.

In other words, they treat the problem instead of suppress it. The minerals and vitamins in the herbs and spices nourish the body and make sure it is spread around to every part of the body. We are dependant on this source of dietary nutrients to thrive.

Herbs are known to strengthen the immune system, reduce blood sugar levels and cholesterol, give relief to toothache and remove bad breath, help maintain healthy skin & hair, reduce the risk of cancer and Alzheimer’s, help treat arthritis and ulcerative colitis and help draw fluoride and toxins from the body.

Our dear household staples turmeric, cayenne, parsley, chlorella and cilantro are ones to always make sure you’re stocked up on and use in your food. Many are now opening their eyes to how much better food can taste by adding real fresh or dried herbs and spices, instead of store bought sugar-laden sauces. Try it, you won’t regret it.

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3. Tamarind

The tropical tamarind tree stems originally from Africa, and has after its migration to India and Southeast Asia, created strong roots within medicinal use in Ayurvedic medicine.

A staple in the tea drinking nations of Southeast Asia, tamarind pulp, bark and leaves are combined to create teas, extracts or tinctures, that help push the fluoride out of your body through urine.

Far Infrared & Dry Saunas

4. Far Infrared & Dry Saunas

Far infrared saunas are known for their unparalleled ability to removing toxins & heavy metals from the body very fast. Dry sauna may also achieve some of these benefits, but the length of time needed to achieve close to the same makes it not as practical.

Far Infrared rays stem from the sunlight, and with safe but intense sweating from heat, heavy metal toxins and sodium fluoride will be released from your fatty tissues and leave your body clean. It is very important to keep hydrating with alkaline water.

Chickweed tea has said to be beneficial while detoxing to protect your kidneys. Further taking a highly absorbent calcium/ magnesium supplement, adding soy lecithin, is recommended.

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5. Boron

Boron is naturally found in Borax, a common household supermarket product. You only need a teeny tiny serve of this. 1/32 tsp in 1 litre of water consumed in small portions throughout the day is all you need, so 1 box will last you forever.

Yes it is safe, and yes your house will love you too. Borax is not to be mistaken for boric acid. Adding in a sprinkle of sea salt will help increase the beneficial effect.

Good at soaking up and detoxing sodium fluoride, although it sounds abrasive, this natural product has been proven effective by a multitude of studies around the world.

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For 5 more tips on how to naturally remove fluoride from your life, please stay tuned next week for part 2.

Removing dangerous neurotoxins like fluoride may be a tough job, and seemingly impossible to avoid, but by making the right choices for you and your family, you can do it. Read up and stay informed, eat clean, purify your water and you are far on your way.

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