Boiling water will not remove fluoride; it will, instead, concentrate
the fluoride. Here are a few sites that make reference to this fact:
"Boiling Water: This will concentrate the fluoride rather than reduce
"Fluoride is not removed by boiling, home water softening systems,
sediment filters or ultraviolet systems."
Calgary Regional Health Authority: Fluoridation
"Boiling water will increase, not reduce, the amount of fluoride."
New Mexico Environment Department: Health Advisory for Fluoride in
"Remember that boiling water removes dissolved chlorine, but only
Fluoride Alert: Accidents
"Residents were warned by phone and public radio of high fluoride
levels. Officials warned that the more water consumed with elevated
fluoride, the worse the danger becomes, and that boiling water could
concentrate the fluoride even further. Boiling water in preparing
foods always concentrates the fluoride even with 1.0 ppm."
Health World Online: Integrative Medicine
"What about boiling water? Boiling water with fluoride concentrates
the fluoride, rather then eliminating it. The reason for this is
because the fluoride is heavier then water, and while the amount of
water decreases through evaporation, the fluoride does not escape. So
if you were to completely boil the water until there were none left,
you would have only fluoride, and other heavier then water chemicals
left on the bottom of the pot."
Jeff Rense Online: Removing Fluoride
My Google search strategy:
"boiling water" + "fluoride"
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