Fluoride is known to negatively affect young children but does nursery water have fluoride?
A great question when you consider those negative effects range from lowered IQ, developmental brain disorders like autism and ADHD, and not to mention dental fluorosis (damage to enamel of teeth).
So let’s get to the answer…
Does Nursery Water Have Fluoride?
To best answer this question, I bought various bottles of nursery water and independently tested them with a fluoride meter.
Now not only did I buy the nursery water with “added fluoride” (pictured above), I also bought the one with “no added fluoride” (pictured below). With plans on testing more nursery waters from different brands.
So if you don’t see the one you use or plan on using for your child, use my contact information below to shoot me a message and I’ll get that tested for you.
Normally, the results will be identical from one brand to another.
Maybe the “added fluoride” version will vary but the “no added fluoride” should be the same.
But I’d rather be safe than sorry and get it tested. Now let’s jump to the results…
According to the fluoride meter, nursery water with “added fluoride” contains 0.3 ppm of fluoride and nursery water with “no added fluoride” contains 0.0 ppm of fluoride.
While if you’re curious for other brands of bottled water, head on over to bottled water without fluoride (where you can search the fluoride levels of 127+ brands).
You’ll be able to find most brands like Ozarka which in does Ozarka water have fluoride, was found to contain no fluoride.
Now I’m not sure if you want to give your child fluoride or not, I highly recommend you don’t. But for those that want to give your child fluoride, please spend a day going through this website.
You’ll thank me you did.
What’s The Best Water To Use?
Considering babies are the most vulnerable population to toxins, it makes it very important as parents that you help them avoid as many as possible.
So as briefly mentioned, fluoride is just one issue.
But it’s very likely many of these nursery waters contribute to the dangerous amounts of micro-plastics many young children have circulating in their bodies.
So to play it safe, I suggest you look into getting a water filter like reverse osmosis or a distiller.
Only problem is that many filters don’t do what they’re supposed to do. For example, many brands say they can remove fluoride but actually can not. Something you’ll for sure not want to feed your child.
So to help you out, I’ve tested a bunch of different filters and can send you the test results. Just enter your email below and I’ll send it to you right away.
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This way your child is guaranteed to be drinking water that does not contain any nasty ingredients.
Which will go a long way to ensuring they grow up as they should.
Anyways, that’s all for this article.
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