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ok ok slow down maybe I came off a bit strong, it surprised me ok- we live in a state where the water is treated already, But all that aside, no, JAMA is not a biased source, We have risen above the superstition of the early half of the twentieth century right?So here is a summary:Fluoride Is Not an Essential Nutrient. In the 1950s, dentists believed that fluoride was a “nutrient.” A nutrient is a vitamin or mineral that is necessary for good health. Dentists believed that fluoride ingestion during childhood was necessary for strong, healthy teeth.Those are not my words. Thanks for your input though, and I hope you all have a great day.
I know the world we live in and it was named to me the day my sister came home from the hospital with a new baby. She was concerned that the baby might not be getting enough fluoride from breast milk and that her doctor actually informed her that fluoride in our drinking water should be considered as important as any other vitamin.So in addition to natural feeding the baby should be given fluoridated children's bottled water- I never knew that such a thing existed and it took about half a day for me to decide NOT to kick this doctor in the face. I have done my research and followed the narrative, I understand it is not necessarily debilitating nor even really harmful at trace levels even over a lifetime but "really doctors of America?" is THIS what they tell parents these days?