Where does fluoride come from?
Fluoride is a naturally occurring element that makes its way into well and surface water. Some municipalities also inject fluoride into their water supply in order to prevent tooth decay.
What are the health effects of fluoride?
High levels of fluoride have been associated with bone disorders such as osteoporosis and tooth molting/pain.
We always recommend doing your own research on potential health effects of fluoride and any consumable contamination.
The most common fluoride treatment method is reverse osmosis for drinking and cooking water. Fluoride can be eliminated with a whole-house removal system through adsorptive media, and, when practical, ion exchange with anion resin.