Video Transcript: How Fluoride in Water Actually Destroys Teeth & Bones
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Fluoride toxicity causes the bones to dissolve. It actually causes the teeth to dissolve, believe it or not.
Ty Bollinger: But isn’t fluoride supposed to be good for our teeth?
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: That’s what they tell us. I don’t believe them, but that’s what they tell us. If you get enough fluoride into your teeth, your teeth will rot and fall out.
Ty Bollinger: Wow.
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: That’s one of the toxic reactions to fluoride. That’s one of the signs of fluoride toxicity actually.
Ty Bollinger: Okay.
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Is rotten teeth.
Ty Bollinger: Your teeth fall out.
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Right. Does the same thing with your bones. It rots your bones. It causes the bones to become soft and brittle.
Ty Bollinger: Is that why—I read a study within the last couple of years that fluoride has been linked to osteosarcoma. That’s why?
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Yes, yes, absolutely.
Ty Bollinger: Bone cancer.
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Absolutely, bone cancer. It weakens the bone. You know it weakens the teeth, weakens the jaw, weakens the bones. You know long bones, femurs… look at all the hip replacements that have to happen. We have weakened bones and they become harder and less flexible as we get older. They shouldn’t get more brittle.
If we have a decent diet, we’re getting plenty of minerals and we mineralize our bones, they should become stiffer, not more brittle.
Ty Bollinger: But almost inevitably in most elderly they’re brittle. I remember my grandma before she died. I think she broke her hip.
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Couldn’t even give her a hug?
Ty Bollinger: She broke her hip one time just walking.
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Sure. Absolutely.
Ty Bollinger: Yeah.
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Terribly brittle bones. We’ve been fluorinated in the United States for about 70 years, heavily fluorinated. And osteoporosis is rampant. It’s rampant in men, elderly men. Testosterone, which is our “boy hormone” should keep our bones strong. And despite that, the fluoride’s still eating away at our bones.
Ty Bollinger: So you think that’s one of the major problems with the osteoporosis?
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: I think so. Absolutely.
Ty Bollinger: The fluoride, okay.