Water straight from pristine alpine springs, but does Crystal Geyser water have fluoride?
A solid question, considering just fluoride’s effect on the brain.
So let’s figure out how much fluoride is in Crystal Geyser water (stick to the end, I’ll share with you the list of best and safest brands of bottled water).
Does Crystal Geyser Water Have Fluoride?
According to Crystal Geyser’s water quality report, their water does contain fluoride. The exact amounts depends on which one out of the seven locations your bottle of water is source from, which can range from 0.062 to 0.78 ppm of fluoride.
Now to confirm the accuracy of the numbers found within the water quality report, I’ll be testing a sample with a fluoride meter.
And the bottle I’ll be testing today comes from Johnstown, New York.
Which should contain 0.062 ppm of fluoride.
But if your bottle comes from somewhere else, the chart below will help you figure out how much fluoride it contains.
And you can find where your water was sourced from by looking at the bottle’s label.
|Salem, South Carolina||0.26 ppm|
|Olancha, California||0.57 – 0.78 ppm|
|Norman, Arkansas||0.11 ppm|
|Weed, California||0.14 – 0.31 ppm|
|Moultonborough, New Hampshire||0.14 ppm|
|Benton, Tennessee||0.051 ppm|
|Johnstown, New York||0.062 ppm|
So how accurate and trustworthy these numbers are from Crystal Geyser?
Let’s see what the fluoride meter tells us…
According to the fluoride meter, Crystal Geyser water contains 0.0 ppm of fluoride.
This confirms that the information Crystal Geyser provides in their water reports is accurate.
Ranking it well among the 121+ brands we’ve tested as part of our list of bottled water without fluoride. But remember, this all depends on where the water came from. For example, if it came from Olancha, California it may contain more fluoride than what’s found in tap water.
And that’s an unacceptable amount of fluoride.
Something that can be easily avoided with a fluoride water filter like reverse osmosis or a distiller.
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Anyways, there you go… the truth about fluoride in regards to Crystal Geyser water.