E.U. Bans Amalgam Fillings for Children and Pregnant or Nursing Women*
By Dr. Joseph Mercola
“The next generation of Europe’s children are safe from toxic dental mercury,” proclaims Charlie Brown, president of Consumers for Dental Choice and the umbrella World Alliance for Mercury-Free Dentistry.
Starting July 1, 2018, amalgam use is banned for children under the age of 15 and for pregnant or nursing women — anywhere in the vast European Union (E.U.) — which includes 28 countries in all, with a population totaling more than half a billion people.
“This landmark achievement still has to be officially ratified,” Charlie says,
“but all three European Union institutions, the [European] commission, the Council [of the European Union] and the European Parliament have reached consensus.”
“The ban on amalgam for children in Europe, we promise you, will reverberate in favour of the children across the world — in America North and South…
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