The Question Mark over Fluoride Continues as Doubts in Homeowner’s Rise
The controversial topic of Fluoride in drinking water continues, as portable water company, Sureaqua, release part 2 of an educational series of articles titled, “Removing Fluoride from Our Waters: What’s the Fuss? Part 2″
(PRWEB) May 03, 2013
Fluoridation is an ongoing topic of controversy, having been banned or opted against by roughly 95% of the World’s population. Fluoride’s ability to combat dental decay was initially seen as the main plus point of Fluoridation, but is now being recognized as a tell tale sign that citizens could be ingesting too much of the substance.
A new article released by portable water filtration company, Sureaqua, unveils continued concern in citizens over the topic of Fluoride. Removing Fluoride from Our Water: What’s the Fuss? Part 2 presents homeowners with the side effects and long-term consequences of Fluoride consumption, pulling largely from the ongoing trend of the banning of Fluoride in communities.
“Fluoride has once again become a higher profile public concern of late, as we see more communities choosing to live without Fluoride in their water supplies. With this in mind, we wanted to present all that we could find on the topic to give those who were still uncertain, an idea as to what all the fuss is about; as well as that there is good reason behind it,” said Robert Domanko, Founder and Director of Sureaqua.
The article “Removing Fluoride from Our Water: What’s the Fuss? Part 2″ is a the final part of a two part series, with part 1 being released last week.
“Fluoride has been an ongoing issue for a long time. Whatever your view may be on the matter, we encourage you to look into Fluoridation, as it could very well be effecting you adversely,” continued Mr. Domanko.
To read Removing Fluoride from Our Water: What’s the Fuss? Part 2, follow the link below:
To read Removing Fluoride from Our Water: What’s the Fuss? Part 1, follow the link below:
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