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[–] Maddmartigan 1 point 20 points (+21|-1) ago 

Only distillation and R/O will remove fluoride.

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[–] hilltop 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Though others will disagree with you I have verified that a good RO filtration system will remove fluoride. I am not certain why every time this is posted detractors try to steer you away from RO filtration.

Additionally- A good carbon (GAC) filtration set up will greatly reduce the amount of fluoride in the water.

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[–] zx9000 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Only for a few months, then it clogs up and you either buy a new filter or drink what's clogging up the filter...

Or you buy a distiller once, clean it with vinegar every month, and it fucking removes fluoride it for as long as it works.

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[–] VicariousJambi 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

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[–] Maddmartigan 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I emailed them to see what they would say.

Thank you for contacting ZeroWater. Though we have not yet gone through the lengthy and expensive process of certification, our filters have been independently tested by an EPA certified lab, Envirotek, for the reduction of fluoride with an overall reduction percentage of 99%.

Chris

ZeroWater Help Desk Agent

customerservice@zerowater.com

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[–] It_was_the_juice 1 point 3 points (+4|-1) ago 

And a deionizing resin. But a carbon filter then R/O will get you 90% of the way there. The resin just takes care of whatevers left.

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[–] NamelessCrewmember 3 points 1 point (+4|-3) ago  (edited ago)

Carful drinking deionized water, it is aggressive and will strip minerals from your body.

Some ro machines come with twin catalytic carbon stages that remove chlorine and fluoride.

Do a lot of research.

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[–] AdValorem 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Brita and Pur water filters are carbon filters, which will not take out silicofluorides. Silicofluorides are from the toxic waste product from phosphate fertilizer pollution scrubbers. It also contains other toxic substances such as arsenic, beryllium, mercury, lead and many more toxins.

In over 90% of the fluoridated water in the US, the chemicals used are one of the silicofluorides (either hexafluosilicic acid or sodium silicofluoride). In one study, it was shown that these chemicals enhance the cellular uptake of lead (www.fluoride-journal.com/98-31-3/313-s25.htm).

Being that there is evidence that silicofluorides may be even more toxic than sodium fluoride (NaF) used in lab studies, it is quite possible that the DNA damage and cell-killing ability might be even greater in the type of fluoride used in the water supplies.

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[–] Maddmartigan 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Tell that to zero water

Thank you for contacting ZeroWater. Though we have not yet gone through the lengthy and expensive process of certification, our filters have been independently tested by an EPA certified lab, Envirotek, for the reduction of fluoride with an overall reduction percentage of 99%.

Chris

ZeroWater Help Desk Agent

customerservice@zerowater.com

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[–] Hakencruze 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Tumeric / cumin neutralizes fluoride and breaks up the calcification

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[–] ginx2666 ago 

I'll cumin your water, how about that.

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[–] Kleemin 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Iondine helps with not being a commie? That explains why kikes don't eat shellfish

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[–] jonnyquest 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Selenium ... and Iodine, you're right.

https://iodinehealth.wordpress.com/iodine-protocol/ <-- the iodine protocol (if you take it by itself, you'll get some weird side effects)

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[–] Live_Wire 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

What is all this mean/for? Pineal calcification?

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[–] IslamicStatePatriot 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago 

The atomic mass is about 19, to compared to the atomic weight of water that is 18, and they have about the same size. That means that it is very difficult to separate fluoride from water by size in a mechanical filter or even in reverse osmosis (that sometimes is called atomic or molecular sieve) but you need some help of chemicals as in ion exchange (where you exchange the fluoride ions with hydroxide ions or chloride ions) or in activated alumina where the fluoride ion reacts with the alumina to form other ions that can be removed.

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[–] Nosferatjew 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago 

They don't even do a very good job of filtering out chlorine.

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[–] Creggieb 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Nothing filters chlorine. That is to say, if you leave a bucket of water out the chlorine evaporates. That's what volatile stuff does.

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[–] Maggotfeast 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I know chlorine will evaporate, but still have to get watch for the chloramine that many cities use, I think it stays in the water without proper filtration.

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[–] Rottenmonkey ago 

Yes. Guess that needs to somehow be made easily done. Possible even.

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[–] goatsandbros 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

Berky is good, but I think they used to need a secondary fluoride stage or something. Whatever you buy, make sure to research that it gets out what you want it to.

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[–] prairie 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Yeah, they sell a secondary fluoride filter that you replace more often.

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[–] PaddyMcInfidel 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

If you cannot afford an expensive filter bottled water can be a good short term solution. But a lot of them are just as flouridated as your tap water. At the end of this article there is a complete list by brand. https://theheartysoul.com/fluoride-bottled-water/

Don't let your water make you a docile retard.

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[–] Talc 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

it doesn't just lower your IQ it also affects your mood, promotes lethargy.

You need a reverse osmosis filter if you want the water truly clean.

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[–] ManchesterT 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

IQ peaks around 25-30 then slowly declines forever.

At least a 2 hour test is required to be of any real validity, by the way

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[–] BoraxTheFungarian 1 point 1 point (+2|-1) ago  (edited ago)

This is incorrect. Most people decline at that point because they're idiots who never learned long-term nutrition. And the length of the test isn't important. It is the administrator... Needs to be a licensed psychologist.

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[–] Lovingjudas ago 

Can all licensed psychologist perform this test or are there specific terms that should be on their resume before paying who knows how much? I would love a solid test.

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[–] CowWithBeef ago 

At least a 2 hour test is required to be of any real validity

This is like saying it takes a two hour test to rank the athleticism of individuals in a group. That might be true when comparing very similar athletes; otherwise you could accurately rank them with just a few minutes of tests.

The wonderlic for example takes twelve minutes and can predict within a few IQ points.

Taking pride in your precisely measured IQ number is fairly silly as all you need to add 20 IQ points is to breed a few billion Bantu tribesmen and include them in the human race. We've all seen our IQ's rise as races have become human and low IQ ones have bred faster than high IQ ones.

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