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Bottled water can contain high levels of fluoride. Instead, choose brands that clearly indicate a fluoride content of 0.2 parts per million (ppm) or less. Here's a sampling of bottled water brands that are fluoride-free: Apani Purifie ** Aqua Panna ** Arrowhead ** Calistoga Spring ** Crystal Geyser ** Deer Park North ** Deer Park South ** Great Bear ** Hinkley & Schmidt ** Ice Mountain Keeper Springs ** Loon Country Natural Spring ** NARA International Himalayan Spring Ozarka ** Penta ** Poland Spring Snow Valley Mountain ** Sparkletts
Originally posted by stonebutterfly
reply to post by SonicInfinity
Yea it is a bit expensive. But since I have well water, I use that for cooking ( no fluoride from the city) and for drinking i use large 5 gallon jugs and fill them up at a reverse osmosis center. From what I understand, that takes any fluoride out. Its about 1 dollar for 5 gallons, so I get it cheap in a huge bottle.
yeah right it didn't prevent me from getting tooth decay,just brushing and flossing well everyday(without toothpaste)will keep your teeth in good health.
Originally posted by SupersonicSerpent
.it is very hard to take seriously they are adding it to prevent tooth decay.we have free dental treatment to people who are poor anyway.and you can buy a cheap tooth brush and a tube of cheap fluoride tooth paste for about 50 pence.edit on 10-1-2012 by SupersonicSerpent because: (no reason given)