Fluoride Filters Can Reduce Exposure to Fluoride in Public Drinking Water

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The addition of fluoride into pubic drinking water is commonplace. Many consumers, however, wish to reduce this exposure for health reasons. Quality Water Filters 4 You now have a complete line of fluoride filters for home and office.

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Quality Water Filters 4 You (qualitywaterfilters4you.com) is pleased to announce that they now carry a complete line of fluoride filters for use in the home or office. As part of their commitment to cleaner, safer drinking water, the US-based company offers only the best products that meet the highest standards.

It is common knowledge that public water suppliers often add fluoride to their drinking water. This practice began decades ago when many households did not have access to fluoride, which is used to help prevent dental disease. Today, however, many brands of toothpaste and mouthwash also contain this chemical. The problem we face now is having too much exposure to this additive. Fluoride filters are an excellent option for reducing the amount of exposure consumers have to this chemical.

According the Environmental Protection Agency: "EPA has set an enforceable drinking water standard for fluoride of 4 mg/L (some people who drink water containing fluoride in excess of this level over many years could get bone disease, including pain and tenderness of the bones). EPA has also set a secondary fluoride standard of 2 mg/L to protect against dental fluorosis. Dental fluorosis, in its moderate or severe forms, may result in a brown staining and/or pitting of the permanent teeth. This problem occurs only in developing teeth, before they erupt from the gums."

In order to remove this added chemical from drinking water, fluoride filters are the best option available. These devices are easy to install and affordable. A good-quality fluoride filter will not overly restrict the flow of water coming out of the tap and will, if properly maintained, perform its function for years.

Consumers who wish to learn more about fluoride filters are encouraged to visit the online library provided by Quality Water Filters 4 You. Visitors will find in-depth information on a variety of drinking water issues. The site is free to use and open to the public.

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