Yes. There is a lot of fluoride in kombucha, because there is a lot of fluoride in tea. Which is why I stopped drinking it. If you’re suffering from hormonal problems, migraine headaches, cysts in your breasts or ovaries, cavities, bone loss, or other health challenges, it could be the fluoride in the tea you’re drinking. Read on to learn more.
It’s the morning of Day 19. I’m halfway through the third week. I’m excited to announce I finally broke through my plateau and weighed in at 139.9.
If you have acne, cysts in your breasts or ovaries, melasma, arthritis, hypothyroidism, thyroid disease, diabetes, PMS, PCOS, tooth decay, osteoporosis, hormonal imbalances or endocrine disruption, heart disease, breast cancer, infertility or migraines, you need to read the new book, The End of Acne by Melissa Gardner. All of these conditions are caused by fluoride, a toxic waste product that has been added to our American water supply since the 1960s. Fluoride is in 70% of drinking water in the United States. It’s also in most of our food, especially in processed and packaged foods and restaurant foods, soft drinks, tea, wine, juice, fruits and vegetables, and more. In fact, you are consuming 100-200 times more fluoride in your food than in drinking water.
As a mother and a concerned consumer, what I care about most, particularly in a health supplement company, is truth in advertising and transparency from the manufacturer. I used to work with you when you were a sponsor of my blog and of the other blogs I represented with my former blog network. One of the things I always felt good about was that you seemed to be a man of integrity and always seemed to care more about the quality of the product and the customers you were serving.
My blog is at an all-time low in terms of traffic. It’s at 10% of what it was at its height in 2013, the year I made a million dollars. It is at the same traffic it as at the first year I started blogging. So it really is like I’m starting over from scratch.
I have good news and I have bad news. The good news is I lost 5 pounds the first week. The bad news is I gained 4 pounds the second week. There were a number of things working against me last week. I caught a bad cold, I got my period, and I went on a 4-day family vacation.