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It's evil that they add it to municipal water supplies.
Poison is not in the substance, but the dosage.

Everything is toxic in excess. Period
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What's with all the misinformation on fluoride? Fluoride is recommended for ALL ages, as per both the American Academy of Pediatric Dentisty and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Actual references for statements made? Here you go: https://www.aapd.org/research/ora...-fluoride/
https://www.aap.org/en-us/about-t...aries.aspx
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Warning: Fluoride is a key ingredient in cavity prevention, so no dentist would recommend a fluoride-free toothpaste.
Fluoride is good as long as your kid can / will / must spit it. If your kid still swallows the toothpaste then non fluoride is better.
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I suppose you don't mind a wee bit of ricin in your tea then?
Ricin just so happens to be to be toxic in miniscule amounts - but there is such an amount you could survive exposure to.

(I trust you're being hyperbolic and not comparing Ricin to Fluoride)
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Fair warning this stuff tasted horrid and my granddaughter refused it. I suggest you get the sugar laden garbage they sell at Walmart because it's better they brush their teeth with something than not use the all natural stuff you buy them.
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Thanks, repped.
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Warning: Swallowing fluoride is toxic. This is for children that don't understand not to swallow toothpaste/build good dental hygiene habits early.
Better to teach your kids to not swallow toothpaste than to buy a product that's not as good for their teeth and ignore the problem.
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Fluoride is good as long as your kid can / will / must spit it. If your kid still swallows the toothpaste then non fluoride is better.
That's not true. My pediatric dentist and the ADA recommend a smear of toothpaste for babies and toddlers who don't spit out. Fluoride free toothpaste is like not using any toothpaste.

https://well.blogs.nytimes.com/20...ore-age-2/
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They would for little ones that will swallow whatever you put in their mouth (hence "training" toothpaste)
Nope they don't!
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Warning: Swallowing fluoride is toxic. This is for children that don't understand not to swallow toothpaste/build good dental hygiene habits early.
Wrong again!
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That's not true. My pediatric dentist and the ADA recommend a smear of toothpaste for babies and toddlers who don't spit out. Fluoride free toothpaste is like not using any toothpaste.

https://well.blogs.nytimes.com/20...ore-age-2/
You do know that if you have no cavities, the dentists can't profit off you...right?
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That's not true. My pediatric dentist and the ADA recommend a smear of toothpaste for babies and toddlers who don't spit out. Fluoride free toothpaste is like not using any toothpaste.

https://well.blogs.nytimes.com/20...ore-age-2/
Thanks. Good article. It specifically says:

"Most of the children she sees with tooth decay are using 'a training toothpaste without fluoride,' she said... Dr. Shenkin has had some 5-year-old patients 'still not using a fluoride toothpaste because parents don't think they can spit it out yet.'"

That would be the product and many people in this post.
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I suppose you don't mind a wee bit of ricin in your tea then?
I'd rather eat a billion molecules of ricin than have to consume 6 gallons of water.
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