Pilates Hip Exercises

Pilates Hip Exercises

FLUORIDE (F) – ACID MINERAL For Pilates

8. SKELETAL SYSTEM

Fluoride from natural foods is termed calcium fluoride, whereas fluoridated water contains sodium fluoride. It is deposited into some cities’ drinking water as an inorganic element. The synthetic fluoride in drinking water can inhibit the functions of vitamin C, and in regards to the skeletal system, vitamin C promotes hardening of the bones and tooth enamel. Excess fluoridated water intake can retard calcium absorption. Teflon-based cookwear will increase synthetic fluoride intake; in contrast, aluminium cookwear will destroy the fluoride from city water but also from foods. Organic fluoride is essential for the strength and growth of bones. A prolonged fluoride deficiency can lead to curvature of the spine and decalcifying of bones.

9. BLOOD SYSTEM

Fluoride from natural foods helps to increase the number of red blood cells: 90% of fluoride is contained in the bloodstream Beetroot is tops on the list for blood building as it provides natural fluoride plus iron, manganese and copper, plus sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, chlorine and iodine—the full range of blood minerals. A fresh carrot and beetroot juice is one sure way to give your blood a boost.

15. OPTIC SYSTEM

Fluoride promotes the optic system functions, especially for the delicate iris of the eye. Lettuce with asparagus, mayonnaise and finely grated carrot will bring a sparkle to the iris of the eye!

17. SKIN SYSTEM

Fluoride foods promote a youthful skin and complexion. Rolled oats soaked in milk overnight and served with grated apple is the ideal regular breakfast for anyone.

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