Help End Water Fluoridation –

By The Fluoride Action Network

No matter who you are, you can change local fluoride policy.

In 2008, the  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 72.4 percent of  the U.S. population—nearly 200 million people—were using public water systems with fluoridated  water.  Since this report was published,  the CDC’s Oral Health Division has been working non-stop, spending large  amounts of taxpayer dollars promoting fluoridation throughout the United States,  with the stated goal of having more than 75 percent of the population drinking  fluoridated public water by 2011.

While an  official estimate for the fluoridated population has not been reported since  2008, it’s likely that more than 200 million Americans are now drinking water  purposely contaminated with this unnecessary and unhealthy toxin.

Stay Informed:

  • Sign up for the Fluoride  Action Network’s e-mail bulletins. You’ll  receive breaking news, advocacy updates, and opportunities to help influence  fluoride policy in your area and throughout North America.
  • Read the latest fluoride news, and skim through FAN’s news archives.  Use the scrolls at the top of the page to see  news from specific countries or states.
  • Friend FAN on Facebook,  for daily news, research, and advocacy updates.
  • Subscribe to FAN’s YouTube channel for regular video updates, and to watch the many fluoride videos that have been  uploaded over the past several years.
  • Follow FAN on Twitter for daily  news, research, and advocacy updates.

Once you have learned the basics about fluoride, and have taken action to ensure you stay informed with the latest information, you are ready to take the second step, and become an advocate for fluoride-free water by working to educate others about the dangers of fluoride.

These Do NOT Remove Fluoride: Brita, Pur, and most other faucet and/or pitcher type filters.
(The ONLY way to remove fluoride is through Reverse Osmosis or Distillation)

Related links:

How Do I Remove Fluoride From My Tap Water?

What Is Reverse Osmosis?

Questions & Answers About Fluoride & How to Remove It From Your Drinking Water