Cause your point is stupid, most of the people with that are people drinking from wells, meaning that it's not from added fluorine, but from natural fluorine.
the part you might have missed or omitted for impact:
If the water supply is fluoridated at the level of 1 ppm, one must consume one litre of water in order to take in 1 mg of fluoride. It is thus improbable a person will receive more than the tolerable upper limit from consuming optimally fluoridated water alone.
Fluoride consumption can exceed the tolerable upper limit when someone drinks a lot of fluoride containing water in combination with other fluoride sources, such as swallowing fluoridated toothpaste, consuming food with a high fluoride content, or consuming fluoride supplements. The use of fluoride supplements as a prevention for tooth decay is rare in areas with water fluoridation, but was recommended by many dentists in the UK until the early 1990s.
Dental fluorosis can be prevented by lowering the amount of fluoride intake to below the tolerable upper limit.
In November 2006 the American Dental Association published information stating that water fluoridation is safe, effective and healthy; that enamel fluorosis, usually mild and difficult for anyone except a dental health care professional to see, can result from ingesting more than optimal amounts of fluoride in early childhood; that it is safe to use fluoridated water to mix infant formula; and that the probability of babies developing fluorosis can be reduced by using ready-to-feed infant formula or using water that is either free of fluoride or low in fluoride to prepare powdered or liquid concentrate formula. They go on to say that the way to get the benefits of fluoride but minimize the risk of fluorosis for a child is to get the right amount of fluoride, not too much and not too little. "Your dentist, pediatrician or family physician can help you determine how to optimize your child’s fluoride intake."
There might not have been much variety to mass-produced food in USSR but everything was made according to strict standards.
GOST has survived the dissolution but now there is also TU which basically stands for "this was not made in a shed".
cue breadline jokes
This allowed them to push soda as a viable alternative to alcohol, especially in Jesus-land dry counties. Is it any surprise that jesus-land is among the fattest areas in the country?
"External appearance: Uniform single-phase of multi-phase liquid (emulsion, suspension) without foreign additives.
Color: specific to the color of the product
Smell: specific to the smell of the product
Volume of ethyl alcohol: 0,0 - 75,0
pH: 1,2 - 8,5
Heavy metals, by weight % not to exceed: 0,002"
The strictest standards, comrade. The strictest.
Shit teeth as in, not straightened or shit as in cavities? Brits being the exception since they drink way too much fucking tea and dont brush enough...
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Lol, CNN and several other media sites banned from the white house press briefing today
(CNN, New York Times, Buzzfeed, Politico and LA Times seems to be the complete list)
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Actually an '06.
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