Best ways to detoxify from fluoride toxicity
Magnesium inhibits the absorption of fluoride into your cells, and calcium attracts the fluorides away from tissues that store fluoride. Foods high in both would be a good place to start the detoxification process.
Iodine has been clinically demonstrated to increase the urine excretion of sodium fluoride from the body, by changing it to the calcium fluoride form. In this process, calcium is lost, and it is a must to keep up calcium rich foods. High quality seaweed and organic (dark) leafy green vegetables are highly recommended for this purpose.
Tamarind (“Indian date”) has been used medicinally in Ayurvedic Medicine, the fruit pulp, bark, and leaves from the tea are converted to teas and tinctures, which have the ability to eliminate fluorides through the urine.
Liver cleanses may be effective for eliminating fluorides and other toxins. There are many protocols including at home ones, coffee enemas used while on a juicing detox program. Other ones focus on clearing the gall bladder which is connected to the health of the liver.
Dry saunas along with exercise help release sodium fluoride stored in fatty tissue. This requires drinking plenty of fluoride-free water to replenish the minerals lost through sweating.
By the way, to remineralize distilled or reverse osmosis water – you may want to consider using Quintessential Marine Plasma.
Vitamin C, in abundance, is helpful with any detox program, and the best way food sources are: organic berries, citrus fruits, asparagus, avocado, cantaloupes, greens, pineapple, and cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, kale and spinach.
For high does vitamin C therapies – you may consider intravenous or oral treatments with “liposomal” vitamin C – in liquid form.
Bentonite Clay taken both internally or externally and fulvic acid help with overall health and assist with fluoride removal.
The only total assurance that you are limiting your fluoride intake is a healthy lifestyle which includes clean water, organic produce, and exercise. Remember, the best defense (sometimes) is a good offense – take action today to protect yourself from harm.