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Studies show that fluoride will not prevent teeth from being eroded from sodas or fruit juices.
Further, there is no evidence that drinking fluoride-free bottled water causes more cavities. In fact, some studies show that children who drink fluoride-free water have less cavities.
Many studies show that when water fluoridation stops, cavity rates actually go down.
Fluoride is neither a nutrient nor essential for healthy teeth. The American Dental Association and the Centers for Disease Control recommend that infants NOT be fed fluoridated water either alone or mixed into their infant formula.
The CDC reports that up to 48% of US school children are fluoride over dosed and sport dental fluorosis - white spotted, yellow, brown and/or pitted enamel. This is costing Americans multli-millions of dollars to cover up in expensive out-of-pocket costs.
Low-income children who are more apt to get fluorosis will just have to suffer the embarassing consequences of a medical establishment that encourages more, rather than less, fluoride, and a media who fails to research fluoride properly.
for more infohttp://www.FluorideAction.Net
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