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Would you rather have drinking water without fluoride?


We don't swallow the fluoride when we get a treatment at the dentist. Why should it be in drinking water? Is cavity protection worth the known health risks to fluoride, which some consider an industrial waste product?

 

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    watergeek 4 years ago

    More than that, it's a toxic byproduct of manufacturing processes that they're trying to making money from. Calcium flouride, a naturally occurring substance, is ok, but what's used in water purification is not.

    http://www.fluoridedebate.com/

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