Natural fluoride supplements, what they are and when to take them

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The Fluorine it is a mineral widely present in nature, both in water and in the foods we eat. It has various functions in our body. Let's find out better which ones.

> 1. Properties of fluoride supplements

> 2. Fluorine food supplements

> 3. Herbal supplements

> 4. Fluorine supplements on the market

> 5. Daily requirement


 


Mineral water: natural source of fluorine

 

 

Properties of fluoride supplements

The fluorine ensures resistance and elasticity to the supporting connective tissue, ligaments, capsules, fascias, muscles and vascular walls. By fixing itself in the fluorohydroxyapatite crystals, it protects the bone tissue from osteoclasts and stimulates the activity of osteoblasts.

Fluorine prevents tooth decay with different mechanisms of action: as a constituent food of enamel fluorohydroxyapatite, it increases the tooth's resistance to acid attack by bacteria. And again, it inhibits numerous enzyme systems, counteracting the production of lactic acid and reducing the availability of glucose to the bacterial cell.

In association with calcium it performs a reparative action in the initial dental caries. The solubility of the enamel is reduced both when the fluorine is incorporated in the moment of formation of the enamel, and when it is concentrated in the most superficial layer of the enamel already formed, due to an ionic substitution mechanism.

In children, fluoride contributes to the formation of tooth enamel even before the eruption of the tooth, later it tends to deposit on the enamel, reinforcing its structure. In addition, fluoride hinders the production of aggressive acid substances by microorganisms of the bacterial plaque, which cause tooth decay.



In the formation of the skeleton fluorine makes it possible to use a substance called apatite, main component of bone tissue.

 

Food supplements of Fluorine

The main food sources of fluoride they are: water, tea, wheat, rice, rye bread, milk, egg yolk, onion, garlic, watercress, raw cabbage, seafood, red meat.

Fluorine it is absorbed in the stomach and small intestine. Calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, aluminum and silicon reduce its absorption, while molybdenum, copper and manganese favor it.

 

Symptoms, causes and natural remedies for fluoride deficiency

 

Herbal supplements of fluoride

Tea (both black and green) has a good percentage of fluorine. It, prepared with mineral water, represents one natural integration of fluoride.

 

 

Fluorine supplements on the market

Fluorine it is commercially available in the form of sodium fluoride, present mainly in oligotherapy preparations. Since the toxic dosage is located at values ​​just above the optimal ones and that it is not possible to control a priori the daily intake of fluoride, as this depends on many factors (consumption of fish, type of mineral water chosen, toothpaste used, drinking water, etc.), the spontaneous use of fluoride-based supplements is absolutely not recommended.


The possibility of using specific supplements to improve their bone and dental health, it should always be discussed with your doctor or dentist, who, for their part, should carry out a careful investigation to evaluate the daily intake through food sources.


 

Beware of excesses of fluoride, dangerous to health

 

Daily requirement

Breast milk usually provides the right amount of fluoride for infants. Artificial milk for babies can be added with fluoride in the water needed to prepare it. For adults, adequate levels of fluoride range from 1,5 to 4 mg per day, to be taken through water and food.

 

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