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Massive Amounts of Fluoride in Non Organic Food

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Fluoride-based pesticide chemicals such as cryolite (sodium hexafluoroaluminate) are commonly used on non-organic food crops because they are highly effective at both killing pests and protecting crops against pest damage. But these same chemicals tend to persist in, and on, produce, where unsuspecting consumers regularly consume them with their everyday meals. According to Green, about one-third of the average person's fluoride exposure comes from non-organic food grown using fluoride chemicals."Cryolite is actually sodium aluminum fluoride ... this sodium aluminum fluoride is especially effective at killing bugs," says Green. "It's also very sticky, so when they spray it, it's more likely to stick on your produce, unless you're ... really working at trying to get it off of it." in the know - Follow Alex on Twitter:'Like' Alex on FACEBOOK[[[DONATE TO ALEX JONES**]]] $5 or $10 A week. WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!! ITEM**[INFOWARS COMPLETE WATER FILTRATION CENTER] ITEM**[INFOWARS COMPLETE HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER][INFOWARS THE MAGAZINE - JULY ISSUE]GET YOUR COPY TODAY AND SPREAD THE TRUTH!! ITEMS**[INFOWARS SEED CENTER][eFoodsDirect] SPECIAL OFFER**[START GETTING HEALTHY NOW BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE] [[State Of Mind: The Psychology Of Control]] Price $19.95Blu-ray [+$5.00]

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