In either case, protection against tooth decay is questionable. If that's what folks want, fluoride should be sold separately and not forced onto whole communities' drinking and crop irrigation water. By the way, ever notice the poison warning on fluoridated toothpastes?
Around 70 percent of community water supplies throughout this nation are fluoridated. Most other nations have banned it or otherwise do not fluoridate. Fluorides are also used in about a third of pharmaceutical drugs, such as fluoroquinolone antibiotics and some psychotropic pharmaceuticals. Both can deliver horrific side effects.
The most common form that is put into water supplies as a profitable way of complying with EPA toxic waste removal is hydrofluorosilicic acid, which is also used as rat poison. There are others as well, but this article will simply feature sodium fluoride to distinguish the more toxic waste byproduct version from other added fluoride chemicals.
Avoiding fluoride contamination and getting rid of itPurifying water by reverse osmosis or distillation in communities where water is fluoridated is a good start to slowing down your fluoride contamination. With either method, it's wise to add back some minerals that may have been depleted by either process.
Minerals are even more important than vitamins. A pinch of real sea salt per pint should do. Reverse osmosis (RO) is considered by most to be 80 percent or so effective at removing fluorides from water. If you have the wherewithal to install your own system, great. Otherwise, you can always use those RO water purifiers in health food and even conventional food stores.
Fluoride salts tend to replace the iodine that thyroid glands need to function. Supplementing with food-grade iodine is vital. Supplementing with a high ratio of magnesium to calcium provides minerals that can help remove fluorides from bone matter, while vitamin D3 provides some protection.
And vitamin K2, extracted from nattokinase provides a defense against fluoride calcification in soft tissue organs such as the arteries and brain.
Speeding up a fluoride detoxBoron was studied in other parts of the world with pronounced success with fluoride detoxification. You can get boron from eating organic apples. Some have used a mild solution of 20 Mule Team Borax without additives (if it has an odor like detergent, put it back) in purified water. But it might be best to get boron tablets sold as supplements online.
Dry saunas combined with exercise help release sodium fluoride stored in fatty tissues. Keep the pure fluoride-free water intake high and be sure to use calcium/magnesium supplements to replace minerals lost through sweating. Lecithin is useful here too.
Niacin, not niacinamide, taken to skin flush levels before saunas can be used as an adjunct for breaking up lipids containing toxins. This routine needs to be done consecutively and often. Niacin is not advised for those diagnosed with liver conditions.
Repeated doses vitamin C or ascorbic acid to bowel tolerance is a worthy adjunct to any detox protocol. Other heavy metal detox substances and protocols can also be used, as sodium fluoride has its share of heavy metals also.
This Health Ranger "Fluoride Deception" video presents the best graphic explanation of sodium fluoride's actual source and what it really is: YouTube.com.