In the last few years Fluoride is a popular topic. Many people wanted to know more about fluoride and what is the effect of consuming it.

Some of them praised it for the ability to protect teeth, but others pointed that too much fluoride can harm our teeth and may affect our nervous system.

Bottled Water

Bottled Water

Today in this article we are going to present you a list of bottled water brands that are fluoride free, and a list of brands containing the most amount of fluoride.

Before we do that, lets take a look at some risk factors associated with fluoride exposure.

Permanent deformation of the teeth is the most common side effect of fluoride exposure. It can appear in children in the first 8 years of life.

Consuming fluoride in large amounts in this period may cause fluorosis. This deformities can appear as staining, irregularities in the surface of the teeth, ranging from yellow to dark brown etc.

Another side effect is a negative impact on cognitive development in children.

Here is the list of some of the bottled water brands with less to no fluoride

  • Agromas Natural Mineral Water
  • Aplina
  • Amerian Fare
  • A;bertsons
  • Aqua Fresca
  • American Star
  • Appoc
  • Aqua Panna
  • Aquarius Natural Mineral Water
  • Arbor Springs
  • Badget Water
  • Bio- 2
  • Black Berry Farms
  • Blue Ice Natural Mineral Water
  • Clear Mountain Spring Water
  • Coach
  • Cruel Jacks Spring Water
  • Crystal Spring Natural Spring Water
  • Dacota Splash
  • Deja Blue
  • Elite
  • Eureka
  • Famous Ramona Water
  • Flowing Springs
  • Sky Drinking Water
  • Sequoia Springs
  • Silver Creek Spring Water

There are much more bottled water brands that contain zero fluoride.

Here is the list of some bottled water brand that contain fluoride

  • Alhambra
  • Belmont Springs
  • Crystal Rock
  • Deer Park
  • Diamond Springs
  • Hindley Spri
  • Ice Mountain
  • Kandiyohi
  • Mount Olympus
  • Ozaraka
  • Poland Spring
  • Sierra Springs
  • Zephyrhills

If you want to steer clear of fluoride, avoid this brands. Learn more about the health risks of fluoride and how you can avoid it.