Taiwanese Kids and their awful teeth.

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Re: Taiwanese Kids and their awful teeth.

Postby PapaAzucar » 20 Apr 2012, 15:00

Does Taiwan put flouride in the water supply?
Before everyone started drinking bottled water, US put flouride in the water supply to improve the population's dental hygiene. But many of the bottled water filtered out such compounds. In recent years, I heard reports that the US dental hygiene has declined some because everyone was drinking bottled water instead of the faucet water with the flouride.

Anyways, I don't know if this has anything to do with the Taiwan Kids teeth?
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Re: Taiwanese Kids and their awful teeth.

Postby cake » 22 Apr 2012, 12:13

^ Flouride? I wouldn't go near it.
The flouride deception

In this video, award-winning journalist Christopher Bryson examines one of the great secret narratives of the industrial era; how a grim workplace poison and the most damaging environmental pollutant of the cold war was added to our drinking water and toothpaste.

My toothpaste is flouride free too.
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