For those of you who drink bottled water to avoid flouride. I have personal
experience (as a truck driver) of how bottled water is manufactured and
Most bottled water is regular city tap water. If the label says Spring Water
that means it contains 10% spring water and 90% filtered city tap water.
I don't what the the truth in advertising law says about labeling, but at
the plants I visit and pick-up from the employees know it is a scam.
Bottom line, buying "bottled" water doesn't protect you from ingesting
There are filters available for personal use. One is located on this
site, but it is pricey. Careful only a few of the expensive filters on this
site purport to remove flouride. www.berkeyfilters.com...
And be aware that flouride is in your toothpaste. If you truly want to
abstain from ingesting flouride make your own paste from baking soda
and a little water or occasionally add hydrogen peroxide. There are many
recipes for homemade toothpaste on the web as well.
I think it is MOST important to filter flouride during the newborn stage
of development. All my kids have gotten the lecture, but adults in my
family drink tap water. I don't allow diet drinks in my home either, and
strongly urge drinking brewed tea with cane sugar, no aspartame, and
as little corn sugar as possible.