Why do you put fluoride in our water

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Dear Public Health England,
I would like to know;
1. Why you fluoridate our water supply
2. What areas you add fluoride to the water supply
3. What amount of fluoride do you add to the water supply.

Yours faithfully,

P Maddison

FOI, Public Health England

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Dear P Maddison,

Please see PHE's response to your request for information.

Kind regards

Freedom of Information
Public Accountability Unit
Public Health England
www.gov.uk/phe   Follow us on Twitter @PHE_uk

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Joy Warren left an annotation ()

Hello P. Maddison. You are only being told half the truth. Natural calcium fluoride is not as bioavailable as the artifical muck which masquerades as beneficial fluoride. Instead, it's a brew of 28 contaminents including the fluoride anion, 8 heavy metals, silica and hydrofluoric acid which is a Part II poison. Of greatest concern is the hydrofluoric acid which does not dissociate in water and which gets into the body as a compound, thereby causing damage to organs and, especially to the thyroid gland. The DH is there to defend to practice of water fluoridation and you will not be told the truth. We, who are against fluoridation, can see the truth of the matter. Please get in touch for more information: wmaf@live.co.uk

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