Fluoride is a mineral and the only mineral element which isn’t a nutrient.  Advocates of fluoridated water insist that the chemical additive is good for teeth, but actual science routinely shows otherwise, including a new study published in the Journal of the American Dental Association confirming fluoride as a toxic substance that actually destroys teeth, particularly those of developing young children and babies.  Fluoride (or more precisely, sodium fluoride) is found in drinkable water.  Fluoride is important for maintaining healthy teeth and a strong bone structure.

When people are exposed to excessive levels of fluoride through sources like drinking water, foods and beverages and even swallowed toothpaste, it often results in a condition known as dental fluorosis. The internal uptake of fluoride into teeth over time causes their enamel to become mottled and discolored, the end result being damaged teeth that have essentially rotted from the inside out.

Too much intake of the substance has been associated with a higher risk for complications such as cancer, skeleton cancer and eradication of some of the healthy bacterias inside the stomach.  Too large an intake of fluoride could also increase problems related with neurological disorders like ADHD.


For fluoride rinse daily, and try to not have too much intake of Fluoride.