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Re: Minerals to chelate fluoride?
 
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Re: Minerals to chelate fluoride?


I use a whole house system, plus an RO, but if for whatever reason those don't appeal to you, someone I saw today has this one


http://www.sharperimage.com/us/en/catalog/categoryview/catid__305/o__1/n__10/...


I don't normally recommend Sharper Image for health devices. But, apparently it uses ozone plus carbon. Maybe the water stayes somewhat oxygenated, I don't know that technology. If you hate the lack of minerals. I use Eden brand Celtic sea salt. It is wonderful, just full of trace minerals, etc. A teeny bit of that in your water may be nice. Fluride is a little molecule, I don't think a Britta will get it out. I don't even know that the one I mentioned will.

On a different topic, if anyone remembers one of the Orlee or the guy with cancer, both videos from here. Seems like one associated with them was an ant expert. They are attacking my juicer, soon after I make the juice. I am using boric acid mixed in an orange syrupy mixture.  I hope this slow them down. Won't put any iodine out. T'll create some super ants and they will drink my juice before I can get to it. I'll add it later. I'm not sure how toxic boric acid is, I can look it up. But, I don't remember the recipe from that video. Hopefully winging it will work. I know an ant expert doesn't make sense on an iodine video, I just can't remember where else I would have gotten it....
 

 
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