Case Against Fluoride

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Good Interview. 
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Almost read this as 'The Case Against Florida' and I was prepared to support it 100% even though I live in the damn state XD
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i know how you feel,  lol.... I been there so yeah i know it wasn't the bested state. 

But i do encourage you to watch the interview..  

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I never understood this policy...don't the experts teach you to spit your fluoride out when you brush? Why swallow it in the water??
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It's all about dosage. The flouride in toothpaste is in much higher concentrations than that in water.
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Strictly by the numbers and dosages, it would be cheaper for a municipality to mail a series of "sampler" packs of fluoridated toothpaste along with the yearly water quality reports than it would be to install a fluoride system in their plant, maintain it, clean it, replace the parts, and order chemical.