End Fluoridation Event

The Biggest End Fluoridation Event in Auckland’s History is on Saturday 29th June from 7 – 9pm at Freeman’s Bay Community Hall, 52 Hepburn Street, Auckland.

You need to be at this event to listen to the Doctors that Ended Fluoridation in Hamilton. Hamilton has just ended half a century of Fluoridation!

This is a rare opportunity to address the speakers and have your questions or concerns answered at the end of the presentations. If you missed watching the Tribunal in Hamilton this is a great opportunity. Organise a car pool if you are keen. Print out poster below and distribute this week.

They are hoping to fill this venue to standing room only so please tell as many friends and family as possible about this information event. Knowledge is power!

While they would prefer to make this a free event for all, there are unfortunately costs involved with venue hire and travel for the invited speakers from all over NZ. There will be a collection on the door of $5 to help put this and other information events on in the future will be greatly appreciated.
Auckland contact mteden@fluoride.org.nz

Arden Anderson in NZ – Feb 2013

Arden Anderson, Ph.D. D.O. holds a Bachelor’s degree in agricultural education, a Ph.D in biophysics and a D.O. in medicine. He currently works in general preventative and nutritional medicine, while still consulting for some of the largest and most progressive farming operations in the world relating to biological agriculture.

His key words are: holistic farming, sustainability, healthy bacteria in the human gut and in the soil of the earth.  Plus the correlation between personal human health and planetary health.

He has visited NZ numerous times and has a growing following within the farming and horticultural sector here.

When young his father let his cows out of the barn to graze the pasture, so as to eat herbs and what we would term weeds and as a result they became more healthy and produced a healthier milk.

That any health or animal disease has to be correlated to soil science and the quality of the make up of the soil, its balance and the microorganisms and the nutrition in that soil.

He studied under Dr Phil Callahan the author of ‘Tuning into Nature’ that showed that insects only attach sick plants, which was blasphemy to the chemical industry as that conflicted with their addiction to selling chemicals.

Arden Andersen, said he went to university to understand soil, its nutritional value, balance, then to animals and health, finally to humans and our health. Which he calls biological and holistic medicine and that everything is connected within the web of life.

We learn that manufactured urea and ammonia nitrate does produce at first, fantastic results when it comes to growing grass BUT, the actual dissolved solids and the tangible feed value goes down. You gain on the swings but lose on the round-abouts.

Some salient points from this interview:

Calcium is the foundation for a healthy pasture and the biology in that pasture and environment as well.

Fontera is NZ’s largest buyer of micronized calcium carbonate, and they are adding this to the milk as our NZ cow herds are not obtaining it from the feedstock they eat. It is a deficiency in the soil.

In the USA cows live to only 18 months old – and then ‘burnt out’ sent off to the abattoir, where once they lived for up to 12 years of milking and giving birth to calves.

He emphasizes that we must look at our human gut microflora, if we use anti biotics we will kill off all the good guys, so it is with what we do on the farm with our soil. Heavy fertilizer usage is unbalancing the land – all the way to the cow manure, that does not break down fast, due in many cases, to the use of antibiotics!

Listen to how organic dairy farms in the USA survive without chemicals and antibiotics and are one of the fastest growing areas in the milk industry in America. Organic Valley Coop http://www.organicvalley.coop/about-us/overview/our-history/

That in America there is now between 4% and 6% of all milk being organic.

It is important for people working with the land producing crops and grass to take brix readings. These tell you quickly how healthy your plants are.

Also, Arden is very up to date with GE and GMO’s. He categorically states that GE is not needed, and that to have GE crops to save the world from starvation is an absolute lie.

Non GE crops resists droughts in the USA far better as in the huge drought of last year when GE crops failed for need of far more water to grow. Also, yields of GE crops are nowhere near as good.


http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/BU1210/S00977/arden-andersen-biological-agriculture-world-leader-ret urns.htm


Dr Arden Andersen Courses
Ashburton, February 13-14 2013
Taupo, February 18-19 2013
Human Health One Day Courses
Havelock North, February 16 2013
Auckland, St. Cuthbert’s College  February 23 2013

Ph: 06 833 7440


Prof Paul Connett 2013 NZ Tour

Prof Paul Connett is the Executive Director of the Fluoride Action Network (FAN), and the Executive Director of its parent body, the American Environmental Health Studies Project (AEHSP).
He has spoken and given more than 2,000 presentations in forty-nine states and fifty-two countries on the issue of waste management.
He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Cambridge and a Ph.D. in chemistry from Dartmouth College and is a retired professor of environmental chemistry and toxicology at St. Lawrence University. He lives in Binghamton, New York.
In his fascinating presentations Dr. Connett shares his wealth of information with you, bringing new research to light, including links between fluoride and harm to the brain, bones, and endocrine system, and informing us about how the evidence that fluoridation reduces tooth decay is surprisingly weak.

For information on the dangers of fluoride go here: http://www.fluoridealert.org/articles/fluoride-facts/

Please invite your facebook friends and share the photo with the details. http://www.facebook.com/events/134062076756483/?ref=3
Thames Monday 18th February 7pm Civic Centre, Mary Street.
Whakatane Tuesday 19th February 7pm, REAP House, Pyne Street
Hamilton Thursday 21st February 7.30pm, Celebrating Age Centre, Victoria Street
Auckland Friday 22nd February 7.30pm Hillsborough Room The Fickling Centre 546 Mt Albert Road, Three Kings.
Palmerston North Tuesday 26th February Community Leisure Centre Fergusson Street
Flaxmere Wednesday 27th February 7.30pm Te Aranga Marae
Havelock North, Thursday 28th February 10am Community Centre
Hastings, Thursday 28th February 7.30pm Baptist church, Lyndon Rd
Dunedin Tuesday 5th March, 7pm Hunter Centre, Corner of Frederick and Great King Streets
Invercargill, Thursday 7th March 7pm Takitimu Room, Ascot Hotel



LARD – get in touch with the Wellington Chapter if you are looking for lard – they have some in stock now – it’s from Havoc Pork, from pigs that are Free Range, Anti-biotic free, and raised out-doors. It costs $8 for a 450gram pottle – wapf@frot.co.nz
Farro stores also stock it.