Does anyone know where I can buy water with fluoride?

Does anyone know where I can buy water with fluoride?

Does anyone know where I can buy water with fluoride?


Please do not give your baby fluoride. This stuff is not good for you and a lot of doctors and dentists don't know that. Here is a website that can explain it better:


why don't you check out some facts on fluoridated water before giving it to your son


food lion in the baby section or walmart in the water aisle it runs around 1.09 a gallon, it's not hard to find, it's hard to get it, a lot of people buy it. It was sold out at walmart yesterday


yup go to walmart go to the drink aisle where the water is it should be there with a pink label with a picture of a baby on it


Sorry, but your doctor is wrong: "The American Dental Association (ADA) warned their members, but not the public, that fluoridated water must not be mixed into concentrated formula or foods intended for babies one year and younger, in a November 9th ADA e-mail alert.(1) The ADA joins the Food and Drug Administration in recommending only non-fluoridated water be used for reconstituting concentrated infant formulas.(1a) Ready to feed U.S. milk-based formulas already contain from 0.04 to 0.55 milligrams of fluoride per liter (mg/L) of formula. Soy-based formulas show a range of 0.04 to 0.47 mg/L fluoride (1b). Breast milk contains a low 0.005-0.01 mg/L fluoride (1c) And breastfed babies are less likely to get tooth decay. “Who will alert parents,” asks lawyer Paul Beeber, President, New York State Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation, Inc. (NYSCOF). Two-thirds of U.S. public water suppliers add fluoride chemicals, based on a disproved theory that fluoride ingestion prevents cavities. And, bottled water with added fluoride is now sold with specific instructions to mix into infant formula.(2) The ADA reports, “…infants could receive a greater than optimal amount of fluoride through liquid concentrate or powdered baby formula that has been mixed with water containing fluoride during a time that their developing teeth may be susceptible to enamel fluorosis.”(3) The ADA recommends using fluoride-free water. Enamel or dental fluorosis is white spotting, yellow, brown and/or pitted permanent teeth. Pictures: Dental fluorosis is the outward sign of fluoride toxicity. Some studies indicate that bone damage is more common in children with dental fluorosis. (3a) NYSCOF news releases in 2000 and 2004 (4,5) cited studies linking fluorosis to infant foods mixed with fluoridated water. Scientific evidence here: Some scientists also tried in vain to get the word out sooner as described in “Suppression by Medical Journals of a Warning about Overdosing Formula-Fed Infants with Fluoride,” published in 1997 in the Journal Accountability in Research.(10) It took until 2006 for the ADA’s alert, following the Food and Drug Administration’s October disapproval of fluoridated bottled water marketed to babies,(6) and after the recent National Research Council’s (NRC) fluoride report indicating babies are fluoride overdosed from “optimally” fluoridated water supplies.(7) “The ADA claims the NRC report didn’t question the safety of fluoridation(8) but it did, as the ADA now admits,” says Beeber. “The NRC also revealed fluoridation’s adverse effects to the thyroid gland, diabetics, kidney patients, high water drinkers and others,” says Beeber. Now, the Centers for Disease Control reports that modern science shows that fluoride absorbs into enamel topically.(9) However, adverse effects occur upon ingestion. Further, the CDC admits enamel fluoride concentration is not inversely related to cavities. The Environmental Protection Agency is required to consider the most vulnerable populations when setting allowable water fluoride levels. To protect babies, allowable water fluoride levels must be near zero. The Environmental Working Group analyzed government data in March 2006 and found that babies are over-exposed to fluoride in most major U.S. cities.(11) “This should end water fluoridation,” says Beeber. “Fluoridation is a failed concept that must be abandoned before more Americans are harmed,” says Beeber."


look at the grocery store for Fluoridated water. It can be in the baby aisle or water aisle.


The water in my area does not have fluoride in it. so the pediatrician perscribed a vitamin for me to give my daughter once a day, also I use nursery water that has fluoride in it. If you need the exact name of the vitamin that my ped perscribed, email me. Hope that this helped. Liz


You might want to read the following site before you give him any fluoridated water: That stuff is pure poison once it gets in the body.


I use nursery water for the reason that it has low amounts of fluoride.Too much is a bad thing.



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