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Fluoride
Definition

What does Fluoride do for the body

Fluoride is a trace mineral. It is present in small amount in the Body. It is found in Bones and Teeth. It is an important element in the Human Body. It prevents tooth decay. It protects the tooth from the acid attack, Plaque, Bacteria and Sugar.

Functions and Benefits of Fluoride in the Body
Reduces Tooth Decay
Builds and maintains healthy Bones
Strengthens Bones and prevents Bone fractures
Lowers the risk of Osteoporosis in menopausal women

Daily requirement of Fluoride in the Body
2 to 3 milligram ( mg )

Level of Fluoride in the Body
2.5 grams

Effects of Fluoride Deficiency in the Body
Dental Caries
Bone Growth Difficulty
Tendon and Ligament Problems
Loss of Elasticity in the veins
Osteoarthritis
Tennis Elbow
Infantile Scoliosis
Brittle or Weak Bones
Fractured hips in the elderly


Effects of Excess Fluoride in the Body
Rashes
Nausea
Vomiting
Diarrhea
Tremors
Weakness
Stomach Pain
Rapid aging
Bone deformities
Brown or pitted teeth
Convulsions or Seizures
Painful or aching bones
Increased rates of Cancer
Sagging and wrinkled Skin
Chalky white areas on teeth
Slow or irregular heartbeat
Scleroderma (hard patches on skin)
unusual increase in saliva or drooling
 
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