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Secret assault on your thyroid is leaving you fat and sick

There’s no other way to put this, friend: You’re being POISONED!

America is being transformed into a nation of fat, sad sloths — and it’s because our water is being deliberately tainted with a body-breaking, brain-wrecking toxic waste byproduct.

It’s fluoride, of course, and new research shows how every sip of water laced with this metal is an attack on your thyroid.

That’s the gland that controls nearly everything that matters to you. It helps give you energy… keeps you trim… and regulates your mood.

But once fluoride comes into the picture, it treats your thyroid the way a bully treats the class nerd. Your poor thyroid takes so much abuse it can’t pump out the hormones you need for energy and vitality.

And you end up fat, weak and depressed — the living, breathing embodiment of a sad sack.

If there’s fluoride in your water, you’re facing DOUBLE the rate of underactive thyroid, aka hypothyroidism, according to the study in BMJ’s Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.

It doesn’t take much to do you in, either. Even “low” levels of just 0.3 milligrams per liter increase the risk of hypothyroidism by 30 percent — and that level is just a drop in the bucket compared to the fluoride that’s flowing through millions of American homes right now.

Most communities with fluoridation programs pump MORE THAN DOUBLE that amount of fluoride into that water, a minimum of 0.7 mg/l — and the EPA’s so-called enforcement levels start at 4.0 mg/l.

Yes, that’s more than 13 times the level now proven to cause thyroid damage.

There’s one answer here and one answer only: Drink only fluoride free water, and the only way to do that is by using a reverse osmosis water filter.

You can find one for a few hundred bucks at any decent hardware store. If you’re handy, you can hook it up in a couple of hours. Install it where the water enters your home to ensure that every tap is protected.

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