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I Just Called Deer Park About Flouride in Their Water

 
Say No to Flouride
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05/14/2007 05:40 PM
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I Just Called Deer Park About Flouride in Their Water
I called the 800 # on the botlle (natural spring water) and they said that their spring water contains, "a level of flouride that is not dectectable. An analysis shows between 0 and .17 ppm (or mg/liter)." They also said they add NO flouride to their spring water.

I just switched to Tom's of Maine Natural (no flouride) Toothpast and I love it. My teeth actually feel smoother after brushing than they did when I brushed with Colgate Total plus Whitening.

Anyway, just thought I would pass it on.
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"Tom's of Maine Natural (no flouride) Toothpast"

That's my brand, too.
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05/14/2007 05:57 PM
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Re: I Just Called Deer Park About Flouride in Their Water
i use baking soda to avoid fluoride in toothpaste, but until i get a reverse osmosis water purifier for the home, its just unavoidable.

even then i can cut soda and drink only the purified water, but what about juices.
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Re: I Just Called Deer Park About Flouride in Their Water
"Tom's of Maine Natural (no flouride) Toothpast"

That's my brand, too.
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I found this a CVS. *ALL* other toothpaste has floride.
Just read the lable!
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05/14/2007 06:45 PM
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Re: I Just Called Deer Park About Flouride in Their Water
good old 'Toms' they do mouthwash too
so this is it!!!!!!
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Re: I Just Called Deer Park About Flouride in Their Water
i use baking soda to avoid fluoride in toothpaste, but until i get a reverse osmosis water purifier for the home, its just unavoidable.

even then i can cut soda and drink only the purified water, but what about juices.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 236548


Buy the frozen concentrate and add your own distilled water.

That is what I do.

The label on the frozen juice for instance says grape juice from concentrate so to me that means they add no water.
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05/14/2007 07:15 PM
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Re: I Just Called Deer Park About Flouride in Their Water
Baking Soda...oh yeah, maybe I will use that too.

I have been rinsing with Hydrogen Peroxide. I just take a moderate swig from the bottle and swish for a minute or so. I think it only helps with whitening the teeth, but I am sure it kills some bacteria too (could be wrong.. my knowledge of stuff like this is limited). Anyway, HP works great for removing surface stains.
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Re: I Just Called Deer Park About Flouride in Their Water
i use baking soda to avoid fluoride in toothpaste, but until i get a reverse osmosis water purifier for the home, its just unavoidable.

even then i can cut soda and drink only the purified water, but what about juices.


Buy the frozen concentrate and add your own distilled water.

That is what I do.

The label on the frozen juice for instance says grape juice from concentrate so to me that means they add no water.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 204051

Unless the grapes are grown organically, they contain pesticide residue... which often is composed usually of a compound that contains fluoride.
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05/14/2007 07:21 PM
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Re: I Just Called Deer Park About Flouride in Their Water
Baking Soda...oh yeah, maybe I will use that too.

I have been rinsing with Hydrogen Peroxide. I just take a moderate swig from the bottle and swish for a minute or so. I think it only helps with whitening the teeth, but I am sure it kills some bacteria too (could be wrong.. my knowledge of stuff like this is limited). Anyway, HP works great for removing surface stains.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 205835


Just be careful you don't swallow it.
"It is surprising that supposedly intelligent people can make such asinine statements." -Definition of Asinine, www.Dictionary.com

It's all a farce; and, the joke is on all of us.
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05/14/2007 07:27 PM
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Re: I Just Called Deer Park About Flouride in Their Water
Try Jason's toothpaste. IMO, it's better than Tom's. Whole Foods carries it, as does www.drugstore.com.
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Re: I Just Called Deer Park About Flouride in Their Water
I also just called DeerPark and their content of fluoride is now up to .19 ppm they also have specific type they add fluoride to. Something i did not know, they are owned by Nestle. If anyone is curious here is a list of water brands wonder by Nestle.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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06/08/2012 12:18 PM
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Re: I Just Called Deer Park About Flouride in Their Water
Deer Park in the Napa Valley?

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