FLUORIDES LOWERS IQ – A No Brainer.

Guinea pigs who do not receive enough vitamin C in
their diet can suffer from vitamin C deficiency,
commonly known as scurvy in humans.

F. LOWER IQ a no brainer

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Most animals manufacture Vitamin C, in their livers,
which gives them some protection from fluoride damage,
BUT THE LIVERS OF HUMANS AND
GUINEA PIGS DO NOT HAVE THIS FUNCTION  

On poor diets, low in Vit. C  humans and guinea pigs
will  suffer more damage than most
other animals even on low doses of fluoride.
Guinea pigs are therefor better experimental
animals than rats or mice.

[ If we must keep killing experimental animals! ]

vit. C guinea Pigs
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Vitamin C Supplements for Guinea Pigs
Dr. Jeff Rhody, DVM

For the biologic machinery of the body to work correctly,
vitamin C is required. Most animals can manufacture
vitamin C in their bodies and do not require vitamin C in their diet.
Guinea pigs, humans, and other primates share a gene mutation
that makes production of vitamin C impossible. For this reason,
these animals require a dietary source of vitamin C.

Guinea pigs who do not receive enough vitamin C in their diet can suffer from vitamin C deficiency (commonly known as scurvy in humans). Affected guinea pigs may have a rough hair coat, lack of appetite, dental pain, delayed wound healing, lameness, and an inability to fend off infections. Guinea pigs with a slight vitamin C deficiency may show no visible signs of disease; however, their immune system may be compromised leading to decreased ability to fight off other illnesses….

Full text   HERE ← 
Vitamin C 

vit. c & F.

John A. Yiamouyiannis, Ph.D.

As can be seen in other posts on this web site,
No more experiments are required on lab. animals, or humans!
  Dr. Paul Connett talks about Impact of Fluoride on the Brain  

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Fluoride Classified as a Neurotoxin in Medical Journal

  CRETINISM IN XINJIANG (China)  

  F.IQ Children China  


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