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Lost Arts Radio Show #243 - Special Guest Dr. Paul Connett

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Fluoride Action Network founder, Dr. Paul Connett, was on Lost Arts Radio about four years ago (https://youtu.be/flc5GiURnD4). He came to tell all our listeners what exactly is wrong with putting fluoride compounds in the public drinking water, and what it would take to get it removed. Many people in the general public are still under the misconception that fluoride in the drinking water is helping our health, and specifically helping dental health. The opposite is true, which can be proven to anyone even using data on CDC's own website, and some great books on the subject, such as The Case Against Fluoride. Even Dr. Connett was not aware of this prior to 1996, when his wife got him to look at some data on fluoridation prior to a meeting she was preparing to attend. What Dr. Connett learned that day totally changed his life, and eventually led to the creation of Fluoride Action Network (www.fluoridealert.org), to better coordinate all the separate groups working to get this poisonous compound out the their drinking water.

The reality that drinking water polluted by fluoride lowers IQ and has many other detrimental health effects is not some crazy conspiracy theory, it is biological fact. This should be no surprise when you learn what fluoride is. I was hoping Paul would be willing to come back on the show and give us a glimpse of what Fluoride Action Network has accomplished since his last guest appearance, and what is going on in FAN's work now that is important for us to know. I hope you will be there with me for the discussion with Dr. Connett. We'll all learn a lot, and get reminded that great people are at work all around us, even if you don't usually hear about them on the mainstream news.

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