TwoPynts wrote:A recent related article:
http://www.rttnews.com/Content/HealthNe ... 61568&SM=1
RTTNews: Global Financial Newswire. The article comes from RTT, not from another news agency (by RTT Staff Writer).
I'm one for sure that will not take seriously any topic on food from a financial newswire if it's not strictly about food and money. They do not give references to actual documents about the research. And even then, all parameters to the research have to be examined, including funding to the institute. A medical college can very well approve for instance the levels of fluoride in tap water.
See the recent American movie "Food Inc."