Testimonial for The Hidden Cause of Acne: Marrena L. from Boston, MA
*The "after" photo above was taken three months after avoiding fluoride.
Before reading The Hidden Cause of Acne, did you have any reservations about the idea that fluoride can cause acne and other health problems?
Yes, I thought it was a crazy conspiracy theory similar to chemtrail fabrications and vaccine hysteria.
When did you first develop acne and how long did you have it?
I was never diagnosed with acne per se, but have had severe cystic lesions since my teens, and extremely bad skin problems in general since birth. I have skin lesions all over my face and body. Dermatologist have never been able to come to a consensus.
How did The Hidden Cause of Acne help you?
The clearest positive result--for several years I had a cyst the size of a golf ball on my right thigh which is now gone. My skin in general is dramatically better, although not yet fully clear. My brain fog is gone. While I was successfully combating my depression before ridding my diet and environment of fluoride, now I no longer have to fight that battle. My low energy and fatigue are gone. And my weight has stabilized with no effort at dieting or calorie restriction.
Do you have dental fluorosis?
What were the major sources of fluoride for you?
I literally put a strong fluoride solution on my teeth overnight for years exposure on the advice of my dentist to treat sensitive roots caused by my receding gums. My dentist assured me that he did the same treatment himself. He dropped dead at an early age.
What is the "craziest" thing you've ever done to try to heal your acne?
I went on this really restrictive diet that was mainly green vegetables and green smoothies. Looking back, I see that it temporarily helped a little because I was getting my liquid intake from the juice from organic vegetables rather than water, and it cut out the main dietary sources of fluoride accidentally.
What advice would you give to people still struggling with acne?
Read the book. It factually sets out a very persuasive argument to counteract the negative stigma.