Information Warfare

Mobilisation, Action, Solutions and Peaceful Resistance.

The True Story about Iodine, Fluoride and Your Health—Controlling a Deadly Trend

By Dr. Chris D. Meletis, ND, Executive Director of the Institute for Healthy Aging

All too often, we wait for a personal or global crisis before we evaluate our health and wellness preparedness. Such is the case with this latest unfortunate series of sad events transpiring in Japan. Much conjecture has surrounded the potential health risk expanding beyond Japan to those living in Hawaii and the west coast of the United States. Unfortunately, it took this scare to get people to focus on the fact that the American diet is low in iodine and that iodine status in the US has been dropping for decades. It’s like never looking at one’s bank account, then waking up one morning and wondering how the balance got so low. It is time for America’s citizens to wake up – we can’t pretend to be Rip Van Winkle and slumber for 40 years without a consequence. Yet, we have done just that: iodine levels have been dropping since the 1970s!

Join me for an inspiring, compelling and must-watch webinar. I have lectured on iodine across the US for the last few years to medical providers, and now you can gain the same knowledge I’ve been sharing with them. If you are serious about knowing the state of the union when it comes to iodine and its antagonists fluoride, bromide, chloride and perchlorate, you won’t want to miss this one-time-only webinar.




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