Fluoride Treated Water May Be Causing Birth Defects

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According to a report in Donegal Now, fluoride treated water may be causing Birth Defects and Donegal County Council has joined other Irish County Councils in passing motions calling on the Government to rid Irish drinking water of fluoride. A group called Fluoride Free Towns, said that systemic fluoride ingestion interrupts the enamel formation stage of tooth development which for the primary dentition (baby, milk or deciduous teeth) occurs during fetal development or pregnancy as a result of the maternal fluoride intake crossing the placenta. However, to determine whether an infant has suffered this condition is not possible until an infant’s baby teeth erupt at an age of between 6 months and 2 years old. If your drinking water supplies are treated with fluoride, you can install a point-of-use or a whole-house water filter system that will reduce or eliminate the fluoride depending on the type of filter used…Read More

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