Apparently, fluoride poisoning of childbearing women and their children is the first step to lifelong good health.
So also are:
1. Infertility is good health;
2. gestational anemia is good health;
3. sub-clinical hypothyroid status in pregnancy is good health;
4. preterm birth is good health;
5. low birth weight is good health;
6. dental fluorosis in half the school age population is good health;
7. growing pains is good health;
8. idiopathic fractures in active children is good health;
9. lower IQ is good health;
10. elevated insulin and blood glucose is good health;
11. impaired kidney function is good health;
12. arthritis by age 40 is also good health.
But wait, there’s more:
2. http://ffo-olf.org/HealthEffectsDatabase.html => FAN
And this is all due to the Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Arlene King’s wonderful, magical ability to transform industrial waste silicofluoride into a nutrient in water from which overdose is not possible and lifelong good health is guaranteed, merely by saying it is so. She also has the support of Dr. Peter Cooney, Chief Dental Officer of Health for Canada in this matter. And all medical bureaucrats (highly overpaid medical and dental officers of health) everywhere take their cue from these wonderful pronouncements.
So according to their logic the “strategy” to develop would be to get the Ontario Legislature to rewrite the Fluoridation and Safe Drinking Water Acts to make it a statutory requirement to add fluorosilicates to both tap and bottled waters, and then make sure the Royal College of Dentists and the College of Physicians and Surgeons are on the same page regarding standards of care to forbid the testing for fluoride in blood or urine, or diagnosis of dental fluorosis or systemic fluoride poisoning so that no illness, symptom, sign or abnormal lab result could be attributed to overdose of fluoride. Then Ontario can have the healthiest people in the world, on Arlene King’s gilded stationery.
Sounds like we’re in good hands, eh! just as if we’re in good hands with Allstate, eh!