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Fluoride Action Network | August 2012 | By Michael Connett

bottled water

As with other fresh water supplies (e.g., spring water, lake water, river water), bottled waters have low levels of fluoride. Fresh surface water contains an average of just 0.05 ppm. To put this in perspective, artificially fluoridated water (using industrial-grade fluoride chemicals) contains 0.7 to 1.2 ppm fluoride, which is 14 to 24 times more than the average natural level.

Since most bottled water is derived from fresh surface water sources, it is not surprising to find that the levels in bottled water are generally very low. According to the USDA, the average level of fluoride in bottled water is 0.11 ppm. (USDA 2005). Less than 10% of bottled waters contain more than 0.3 ppm.Although some fluoride proponents claim that the increased use of bottled water could be an explanation for the increase in tooth decay being seen in young children today. This, however, is a dubious claim. As an American Dental Association spokesman, Dr. Jonathan Shenkin, conceded in August 2012, “there has been no research to show using bottled water causes tooth decay.” In fact, the limited research that has been conducted has found no relationship between bottled water consumption and tooth decay — a finding consistent with other recent evidence on the ineffectiveness of fluoridated drinking water.

Fluoride Levels in Bottled Water

The following are the recorded fluoride levels in several popular bottled water brands sold in the United States. If the bottled water  brand that you purchase is not included on this list, you can find out the fluoride level by calling the company, as this is information they should have readily available.

Read more…  http://www.fluoridealert.org/content/bottled-water/


Got Fluoride? 


Fluoride Health Problems

There is a lot of controversy surrounding the presence of fluoride in public drinking water (fluoridation). For starters, before fluoride was used to fight cavities, it was (and still is) used in insecticides and rat poision.

Fluorosis is a condition that wears down the enamal of the tooth, leaving behind white spots, making the teeth more vulnerable to cavities and decay. Fluorosis is a very real health condition that can effect both children and adults. More and more evidence is mounting against the use of fluoride, even in small amounts. But it doesn’t appear to be a critical issue according to the US Surgeon Generals, as the last 5 Surgeon Generals have supported the fluoridation of drinking water. Incidentally, the claimed health benefits almost always point to oral health. Fortunately, the CDC is calling for new labeling rules requiring manufacturers to list a product’s fluoride content, which we have found to be missing in some cases.

What is too much Fluoride?

Fluoride itself is actually required by our bodies in low doses. When consumed in high amounts, specifically the man-made fluoride that is in public drinking water, can cause problems.

An estimated 5-10g of sodium fluoride can be lethal for some adults. While fluoride provides benefits to your oral health, it can also come with adverse side effects, that vary in severity depending upon the amount of fluoride consumed. Excessive consumption of fluoride can lead to gastrointestinal discomfort. This can occur with doses 15 to 20 times lower than actual lethal doses (0.2-0.3mg/kg). Fluoride in exessive amounts can also cause problems in the formation bone.

  • Children under 6: (Toothpaste) – “A pea sized amount”
  • Adults: (Toothpaste) fluoride dentifrice (1,000 ppmF) or 1.0 g or more for adults

List of bottled water without fluoride

Join the Fluoride Conversation (See bottom of page)

Help us help others
With your help we can continue improving this list. If you have found a company offering non-fluoridated bottled water that should be added to this list, or if you have found a company on this list using fluoride in their product please email us at GetFit[@]FullSpike.com (remove brackets), or leave us a comment at the bottom of the page with a link to the official report / reference that supports your findings. We are not liable for any inaccurate data as companies change their marketing, ingredients and processes all the time. We are doing our best to keep this accurate!
– FullSpike.com Health Team

  • MRL – 0.100 (Minimum Reporting Limit)
  • MCL – 1.4 – 2.4 (Maximum Contaminant Level)
  • ND – Not detected at or above MRL
  • LF – Level Found


  • A Better Water
  • Agromas Natural Mineral Water
  • Albertsons
  • Alhambra
  • Alpina
  • American Fare
  • American Star
  • Appco
  • Aqua Fresca
  • Aqua Panna
  • Aqua Pure
  • Aquarius Natural Mineral Water
  • Arbor Springs Drinking Water
  • Arbor Springs Purified Water
  • Arbor Springs Spring Water
  • Arlington Springs
  • Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water (LF: ND – 1.3)
  • Aquafina Water
  • Aqua Systems
  • Aqua Von
  • Artesian Wells Distilled Water
  • Artesain Wells Drinking Water
  • Artesian Wells Infant Water
  • Augusta Medical – Daniels


  • Badger Water
  • Belmont Springs
  • Besco Pure Premium Drinking Water
  • BIOTA Colorado Pure Spring Water
  • Bio-2
  • Black Berry Farms
  • Blue Ice Natural Mineral Water
  • Boney’s
  • BORNEO Drinking Water
  • BORNEO Natural Mineral Water
  • Bountyland
  • Buches


  • Calistoga
  • Callaway Blue
  • CAPA
  • Cascade Bottled Water
  • Cascade Distilled Water
  • Cascade Purified Drinking Water
  • Century Springs Distilled Water
  • Century Springs Spring Water
  • Chemung Distilled Water
  • Chemung Spring Water
  • Chippewa Spring Water
  • Citi Stop
  • Classic Selection
  • Clearly Arctic
  • Clear Mountain Spring Water
  • Clover Company Limited
  • Coach
  • Cold Country
  • Cohutta Mountain Spring Water
  • Cowboy Squeeze
  • Crowne Plaza Drinking Water
  • Crowne Plaza Natural Mineral Water
  • Cruel Jacks Spring Water
  • Crystal Mountain Spring Water
  • Crystal Point
  • Crystal Ridge
  • Crystal Spring Natural Spring Water
  • Crystal Springs
  • Crystal Springs Drinking Water
  • Crystal Springs Deionized Water
  • Crystal Springs Spring Water
  • Culligan Water
  • Culligan Demineralized Water
  • Culligan Distilled Water
  • Culligan Purified Water
  • Culligan Spring Water


  • Dakota Splash
  • Dannon
  • Dasani by Coca-Cola (ND)
  • Deep Rock
  • Deep Rock Crystal Drop
  • Deep Rock Fontenelle
  • Deer Park
  • Deja Blue
  • Desert Quench
  • Diamond Spring Water


  • East Phils
  • Eco Quest
  • Elite
  • Equatorial Natural Mineral Water
  • Essentia Water
  • Eureka
  • Evian
  • E Water


  • Family Pantry
  • Famous Ramona Water
  • Fiji Water (LF: 0.23mg/L)
  • Flowing Springs
  • Food Club
  • Founders Square Bank
  • Fresh Brands Artesian
  • Fresh Brands Distilled Water
  • Fresh Brands Drinking Water
  • Fresh Market


  • Get-N-Go
  • Glacier Bay
  • Glen Summit Springs Water
  • Glen Summit Distilled Water
  • Glenwood Inglewood
  • Gordon Food Service
  • Great Bear
  • Great Value


  • Harvey’s
  • H2O4U
  • Henry’s
  • Hidden Valley Natural Mineral Water
  • Hillcrest Distilled Water
  • Hillcrest Drinking Water
  • Hillcrest Spring Water
  • Hilton PJ Natural Mineral Water
  • Hinckley Springs
  • HINT
  • Hi-Sprint Drinking Water
  • Hi-Sprint Natural Mineral Water
  • Hog Wash
  • Hon Less Natural Mineral Water


  • Ice Jam
  • Ice Mountain
  • Ice Mountain Natural Mineral Water
  • Inland
  • Istana Natural Mineral Water


  • Joe Muggs
  • Joe Ragan’s Pure Water
  • Junior Johnson
  • Just Squeezed


  • Kandiyohi Drinking Water
  • Kentwood Springs
  • KLGCC Natural Mineral Water
  • Kroger Bottled Water (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Krystal J Artesian Water
  • Krystal J Distilled Water


  • Laure
  • Leroy Jenkins Ministries
  • Logansport Savings Bank
  • Lowe’s


  • Martins
  • Masafi Pure Natural Mineral Water
  • Mayer Bros.
  • Mercurio Produce
  • Mesra Drinking Water
  • Mesra Natural Mineral Water
  • Misty Mountain
  • Monadnock Mountain Spring Water
  • Montclair
  • Mountain Energy
  • Mountain Forest
  • Mountain Valley Spring Water
  • Mount Olympus Spring
  • Mutiara Natural Mineral Water


  • Nantze Springs
  • Nestle Pure Life (ND)
  • New Frontier Bank
  • Niagra Mist
  • Nicolet Distilled
  • Northern Illinois University
  • Nursery


  • Oasis Pure Drinking Water
  • Oasis Sparkling Water
  • Ogallala – Clear Cool Water
  • OUI Drinking Water
  • OUI Natural Mineral Water


  • Paiges
  • Parmer Pure H2O
  • Patriots Choice
  • Pelangi Natural Mineral Water
  • Penta Ultra Premium Purified Drinking Water
  • Piggly Wiggly
  • Poland Spring – Distilled Water (ND)
  • Poland Spring – Fluoridated Water (LF: 0.82mg/L)
  • Poland Spring – Natural Spring Water (LF: ND – 0.10mg/L)
  • Poland Spring – Sparkling Water (ND)
  • Polaris Water
  • Pristine Natural Artesian
  • Purely Sedona
  • Puritan Springs Distilled Water
  • Puritan Springs Drinking Water


  • Quick Stop


  • Rain Soft
  • Refresh Natural Mineral Water
  • Reiser Drinking Water
  • Request Foods, Inc.
  • Rip Time
  • Roundy’s “Purified Water”


  • Safeway – Refreshe
  • Sam’s Wine & Spirits
  • San Faustino Natural Mineral Water
  • San Pellegrino
  • Santee Springs
  • Scheopner’s Water
  • Sequoia Springs
  • Scotts
  • Shamrock
  • Shenandoah Distilled Water
  • Shenandoah Pure Drinking Water
  • Shenandoah Spring Water
  • Shop-N-Cart
  • Shur-Fine
  • Sierra Springs
  • Silver Creek Purified Water
  • Silver Creek Spring Water
  • Sky Drinking Water
  • Smart Water
  • Snow Valley
  • Sparkletts
  • Spinx
  • Stator Bros. Markets
  • Summit Mountain
  • Summit Springs
  • Summit Valley


  • T-Rex
  • Teton Mountain Lodge Spring Water
  • Tweetsie


  • United Dairy Farmers


  • Valutime
  • Veta Drinking Water
  • Vitamin Water
  • Volvic


  • Walgreen’s Drinking Water
  • Wal-Mart
  • Wal-mart Kids Connection
  • Water Boy
  • Weis Markets Spring Water
  • Western Family
  • Whistler Water
  • Whole Foods 365
  • Woodland Spring Water
  • Wyoming Machinery “Catipillar” Spring Water



  • Zephyrhills
  • Zodiac

How to Remove Fluoride from Drinking Water

Reverse Osmosis Filtration
This process is used for purifying some, but not all types of bottled water. Reverse osmosis systems is typically not affordable for personal or general public use.

Activated Alumina Defluoridation Filter
A home water filtration solution. But it’s quite an expensive solution at approximately $30/filter and the filters require frequent replacement.


Reasons to purchase PureEffectFilters home water purification system…

Distributor for PureEffect Filters
The Best Water Filtration Systems… 


Distillation Filtration 
Commercial distillation filters that can be purchase to remove fluoride from water. While the fluoride can be removed from distilled water, it still may have other impurities that could prevent it from being unusable as drinking water.

Brita, Pur, and other Filters
These filters do not remove Fluoride. If you check the websites, and labels, the descriptions state that fluoride is left in the water after filtration.

Will Boiling Water Remove Fluoride?
No, this will only concentrate the fluoride rather than reduce it.

Will Freezing Water Reduce Fluoride?
No, this method has no affect on the presence of fluoride.

How to Reduce Fluoride Exposure

Check Water Bottling Labels for Fluoride
Read labels on bottles. Unless they are made with distilled or reverse-osmosis water, it was probably made with fluoridated public water.

Toothpaste without Fluoride

Consider using un-fluoridated toothpaste.

source: http://fullspike.com/water/bottled-water-without-fluoride


Is Your Water Safe To Drink?

The Story of Bottled Water

Be sure that your tap water is filtered! 

Help the environment by using non-plastic drinking containers/BPA Free re-usable drinking bottles ~ 

Find out if your tap water source is Fluoridated ~ http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/MWF/index.asp?Warn=Water+System+Name+and+Water+System+ID%2C+both+cannot+be+blank%2E

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