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Foods to Eat and Avoid

There are many diet plans on the market. I am not going to pretend that I have the best recommendation when even the “experts” can not state what diet is the best for everyone. I highly suspect that there are certain diets that are better for some than others. The fact that we are all bio-chemically different leads me to believe we require different percentages of proteins, carbohydrates and fats. There is convincing evidence that we utilize food differently and there are tests designed to determine which foods are better for you specifically. However, this is a very costly and time consuming procedure.

I have recommended the Page Diet for over 25 years. I have seen great changes in patients health by following the recommendations. It is not a diet for vegetarians but, it has very important information regarding foods to avoid and fruits and vegetables to eat. Some of the recommendations are not either possible or practical in today’s world, such as eating meat as raw as possible. You really have to know your source for that. Just know that by following this diet in general, and avoiding foods that are not healthy for you, it will have a positive effect on your health. If you are a patient of mine and want to follow a different diet program, just let me know what it is.

The Page Fundamental Food Plan

This food plan is designed to assist your body in its ability to create and maintain "balanced body chemistry." Dr. Melvin Page’s food plan is not only extremely helpful but in many cases essential to control blood sugar and hormone imbalances and balance all types of imbalanced body biochemistry. At the famous Page Clinic in Florida, blood chemistry panels were done every three to four days on all patients. Dr. Page based his food plan from the research of Drs. Price and Pottenger, who showed the relationship of diet to health, both physical and emotional. The diet plan was proven true when blood chemistry panels of thousands of patients normalized without any other intervention. Many of today’s popular diets are based on Dr. Page’s work. Dr. Page emphasized removing absolutely all refined carbohydrates (such as sugar and processed flour) and cow’s milk from the diet. On the food list sheet attached, notice the percentage of carbohydrates is indicated. Dr. Page felt that it was not only important to eat quality proteins and fats, but quality carbohydrates as well.

The longer you are on this program and the more closely you follow it, the easier it will be to stick to it. This will result in your feeling and looking so much better than you did on your old way of eating. As you become healthier, your cravings for those foods that are not the best choices for you will diminish. Old habits are hard to break, so take your time to change your diet habits so you don’t slip into your old way of eating

Foods to Eat and Not Eat

Proteins: Eat small amounts of proteins frequently. It is best if you have some protein at each meal. It need not be a large amount at any one time. In fact, it is best if you eat smaller amounts (< 3-4 ounces of meat, fish, foul, or eggs at a time). Both animal and vegetarian sources of protein are beneficial.Choose a variety of meat products and try to find the healthiest options available, i.e. free range and organic, whenever possible. There is concern about pork because of its similarity to humans and an inability of pigs to sweat that result in an accumulation of toxins that is independent of their diet.About 70% of the chickens grown for meat in the U.S. are fed roxarsone, which contains arsenic.Some of the arsenic is retained in the chicken meat you eat.Organic chicken should be free of arsenic additive.For most people, eggs are a high quality source of protein. Eat the whole egg; the lecithin and other nutrients in the yolk are essential to lower blood fat and improve liver and brain function. With any protein, the way in which you prepare it is critical. For beef, lamb, and fish, the closer to raw or rare the better it is for you.Avoid frying. Grilled, broiled, steamed, soft boiled, or poached is best.

Vegetables: Eat more, more, more! While almost everybody can eat more vegetables, it is an especially important for you. Eat a variety vegetables as outlined in the chart you received, although make the green leafy type your preference. This includes spinach, chard, beet greens, kale, broccoli, mustard greens, etc. Sorry, chocolate is not a vegetable.

As above, the quality of your produce (fresh and organic preferred), and the method of preparation is important.The vegetables should be the vegetables that are in season.Raw is preferred with lightly steamed or sautéed as your second choice for the all vegetables. Get your children to have vegetables with a dip if necessary.The goodness in the vegetable outweighs most of the negatives of the dip.

Sauté only in butter or olive oil. Use lettuces with a rich green color, sprouts and raw nuts for salads. Iceberg lettuce is one of the least nutritious types. Don’t make salads your only choice for vegetables. Substitute nuts for croutons.

While vegetable juice does sound healthy, the act of chewing is important. Chewing activates the part of your brain that controls your appetite and prepares your GI tract for digestion. Wheat grass and the "green food" products should also be mentioned. For many people who are depleted in nutrients, these seem to provide a lift. But large amounts of green foods can be irritating to your colon and should be used sparingly as well. Remember that man is not designed to be a grass eater. Trying to outsmart the maker with "super foods" may not only be ignorant but arrogant as well.

Fruits: In addition to the advantages with chewing your food, there is an even more important reason not to drink fruit juice. Fruit juice is loaded with the simple sugar, fructose, which is shunted into forming triglycerides and ultimately stored as fat. Without the fiber in the fruit, juice sends a rapid burst of fructose into the blood stream. When you do eat fruit, only eat one type of fruit at a time on an empty stomach; second, avoid sweet fruits (like very ripe bananas and the tropical fruits on the food Phase 2 list available at the office); and third, eat only fresh and organic when possible.Wild berries are a good choice for fruit intake.

Carbohydrates: This is a very tricky area. Most people classify carbohydrates as either complex or simple/processed. Unfortunately, for most patients suffering with imbalance problems almost any carbohydrate is a no-no. It is a physiological fact that the more carbohydrates you eat the more you will want. Craving carbohydrates is a symptom of an imbalance; use this craving to monitor your progress. Overall, eat vegetables as your carbohydrate choice and limit grains (even the whole grains can be trouble). When you do eat whole grains, only have in moderation and only at dinner. If you start the day with carbohydrates, you are more likely to crave them throughout the day, and then you’ll eat more and it’s down hill from there. Absolutely stay away from breads (100% rye only bread is the least of the evils), muffins, cookies, candies, crackers, pastas, white rice and most baked goods.

There’s another dark side to carbohydrates that isn’t talked about much – the connection to weight gain, elevated cholesterol and triglycerides, and cancer. You don’t even need to know the details to get the idea how much trouble are carbohydrates.

Grains: There has been a tremendous amount of debate regarding grains. Whole unprocessed grains can be rich sources of vitamins and minerals, but with soil depletion and the special strains of grain that modern agriculture has developed, it isn’t clear what nutrients remain. When scholars study disease patterns and the decline of various civilizations, many of the degenerative diseases developed when cultivation of grains

became part of their culture. Allergic reactions, chemicals naturally found in certain grains, lack of the appropriate enzymes, and the carbohydrate content of grains make them a source of trouble for many individuals. My opinion at this time is to minimize grains such as wheat and barley. Unprocessed rye, rolled oats, and brown rice can be considered on occasion to give you more variety. Some of the Danish and German brown breads like pumpernickel seem to be nutritious.Sprouting or soaking grain in water overnight seems to alter its character to a more valuable and probably safer nutrient.

Sweeteners: Use only a small amount of raw Tupelo honey or Stevia as sweetener. Absolutely NO Nutra-Sweet, corn syrup, or table sugar.Although Dr. Page did not allow raw cane sugar, it does provide the nutrients to aid in its metabolism. If you cheat, be smart. Use only raw cane sugar (called Succanat or Sugar In The Raw® in the brown bags) in small amounts and only with a meal.Saccharin and Sucralose in small quantities are the lesser of the sugar-free evils, but the “need for sweet” suggests that there is an imbalance in your biochemistry.Aspartame creates more problems than it solves because it stimulates the tongue as being sweet, which in turn stimulates brain receptors for anticipation of sweet.When it does not arrive, you crave sweets to satisfy what the brain expected to receive.It is no wonder that studies show that more calories are consumed by those who use artificial sweeteners than those who consume whole foods that are natural sweet.

Fats: You may be surprised that most Americans are actually deficient in fat – specifically fats called essential fatty acids. So please use olive oil (cold pressed, extra virgin), walnut oil, flaxseed, sesame and grapeseed oils. These are all actually beneficial. Cook only with raw organic butter, sesame oil or olive oil. Avoid all hydrogenated and partially hydrogenated fats – margarine, crackers, chips, fried foods, etc. They are poisons. Because peanut butter, even if raw and without the typical hydrogenation, is actually 28% carbohydrate, use peanuts and peanut butter sparingly. East as many avocados and raw nuts as you wish.

If you think eating fat will make you fat, think again. When you eat fat, a chemical signal is sent to your brain to slow down the movement of food out of your stomach. As a result, you feel full. It is not surprising that recent research is showing that those who eat "fat-free" products tend to actually consume more calories than those who eat foods that have not had their fat content reduced. In addition, fats are used not only for energy, but also for building the membrane around every single cell in your body. Fats also play a role in the formation of hormones, which of course make you feel and function well. It is far worse to be hormone depleted from a low fat diet than it is to overeat fat. The sickest patients I see are the ones who have been on a fat-free diet for a long period of time. Like carbohydrates, choose your fats wisely – this program is not suggesting fried or processed foods.

Milk Products: Forget pasteurized cow milk products (milk, certain cheese, sour cream, half & half, ice cream, cottage cheese and yogurt). If you only knew all the potential problems from pasteurized milk, you’d swear it off forever. Dr. Page found out that pasteurized milk was actually more detrimental than sugar for many people. Avoiding dairy will make it much easier for you to attain your optimal level of health and hormonal balance. Raw butter, however, is an excellent source of essential nutrients and vitamins. Raw goat’s and sheep milk products are better alternatives because their genetic code and fat content is apparently more like humans. I’d still be cautious with these, however.

There has been a lot of hype about using soymilk and rice milk to replace dairy. While they sound like healthy alternatives, what they really are is highly processed foods that are primarily simple carbohydrates. You are better off doing without these as well. Of course Vitamite®, Mocha Mix®, and the other dairy substitutes are highly-processed nutrient-depleted products that honestly should not be considered a food.

Liquids: Water is the only substance that qualifies as an ideal liquid.Most diseases could be explained on the basis of dehydration.It should be considered the first and largest part of your food plan.The minimum number of ounces of water to be consumes is ½ your body weight in pounds.It should be consumed in small amount throughout the day rather in large glasses sporadically.You might set you water glass or bottle near you to be sipped frequently.

Avoid all soda and especially those with artificial sweeteners.No coffee until you are fully recovered, and then only in moderation if you have the metabolism for it. For every cup of coffee, you need to drink an extra equivalent amount of water since coffee is a diuretic.Fruit juices are forbidden because of their high fructose content and dumping of sugar into the blood stream. An occasional small glass of vegetable juice with a meal is probable okay, but I hope you’ll feel the difference that using water in adequate quantity throughout the day will be enough to convince you how much better water really is…

The most important life-giving substance in the body is water. The daily routine of the body depends on a turnover of about 40,000 glasses of water a day. In the process, your body loses at a minimum of 6 glasses a day, even if you don’t do anything. With movement, exercise, and sugar intake (that’s right) etc. you can require up to over 15 glasses of water a day. Consider this – the concentration of water in your brain has been estimated to be 85% and the water content of your tissues like your liver, kidney, muscle, heart, intestines, etc are 75% water. The concentration of water outside of the cells is about 94%. That means that water wants to move from the outside of the cell (where it is diluted) into the cell (where it is more concentrated) to balance out things. The urge water has to move is called hydroelectric power. That’s the same electrical power generated at hydroelectric dams (like Hoover Dam). The energy made in your body is in part hydroelectric. I just know you wouldn’t mind a little boost in energy.

If you enjoy wine or beer and still insist, there are some guidelines. First, drink only with meals. Red wine has less sugar and probably more of the beneficial polyphenols than white wines. Most of the good foreign beer is actually brewed and contains far more nutrients than the pasteurized chemicals called beer made by the large commercial breweries in the United States. Trader Joe’s usually has a good selection. Less is better. Occasional rather than regular. Because coffee and alcohol force you to lose water, you’ll have to drink more water to compensate.




Eat smaller amounts more frequently

Eating a smaller amount reduces the stress of digestion on your energy supply. Eating small meals conserves energy. Give your energy generator a chance to keep up with digestion by not overwhelming it when you eat a large meal. Avoid overwhelming your body with too much to do at one time. If you don’t digest your food – indigestion, yeast overgrowth, gas, inflammation, food reactions, etc. result.

Another reason for eating smaller meals is to prevent the ups and downs of your blood sugar level so you end up craving less sugar. As mentioned earlier, you can overwhelm your digestive capacity. You can also overwhelm your body’s ability to handle sugar in the blood. Since the body will not (or should not) allow the blood sugar level to get too high, insulin and other hormones are secreted to lower the blood sugar. Often times, the insulin

response is too strong and within a short period of time insulin has driven the blood sugar level down. As a result of the now low blood sugar, you get a powerful craving for sugar or other carbohydrates. You then usually overeat, and the cycle of up and down, yo-yo blood sugar results. Eating a small meal will virtually stop this cycle.

Eating smaller meals also has advantages for your immune response to ingested food. It turns out that a small amount of food enters the blood without first going through the normal digestive pathway through the liver. As a result, this food is seen by the body not as nourishment but as a threat and you will stimulate an immune reaction. Normally, a small immune reaction is not even noticed, but if a large amount of food (or if a food is eaten over and over again), the immune reaction can cause symptoms. Over time, disease develops.

By eating smaller amount, the size of the reaction that occurs is small and inconsequential. A large meal, and thus a large assault of the immune system, could cause many symptoms of an activated immune system including fatigue, joint aches, flu-like symptoms, headaches, etc. This reaction was called the Metabolic Rejectivity Syndrome by the late nutritional pioneer, Arthur L. Kaslow, M.D. Through thousands of his patients’ food diaries, he compiled a list of high-risk foods that is much the same as Dr. Page’s. Dairy and wheat products were at the top of his list.

I realize that eating five smaller meals is not always practical. After all, you do have a life. One concern with eating your meals too far apart is you may tend to get too hungry and overeat when you do get a chance to eat. A small (healthy) snack between the main meals of the day is like an ounce of prevention. If you’re an individual who says "once I start eating, I can’t stop," then you will most likely require additional help with nutritional supplementation, at least initially.

Supplementation

In reviewing the many diets used all over the world, there are pros and cons to each. For example, the vegetarian diet tends to minimize tissue degeneration but may not support tissue rejuvenation due to a lack of complete protein and fats found primarily in animal products. The major concern I have had with the Page program is that most people do not eat enough vegetables and therefore do not get adequate amounts of minerals. Since the fats and proteins tend to promote acid production in the body, it is very important to get enough alkalizing minerals to buffer the acid load. For this reason, minerals that are specific to your needs should be taken to get you healthy…

Final Note: When in doubt, don’t eat it. If it isn’t on the list, wait and ask the doctor or nutritionist. The diet plan is designed to help you to optimal health just as it has for tens of thousands of Dr. Page’s patients, many of whom are in their later years without signs of degenerative diseases such as heart disease, arthritis, cancer, osteoporosis, etc. The Page Diet is not intended to make you suffer or sacrifice, in fact quite the opposite. As you attain balanced body chemistry, you will be delighted with the physical and emotional improvements you experience from the food your body was designed to run on optimally. And what you eat or drink at the occasional party or evening out is not going to be significantly harmful to your nutritional balance in the long run, so enjoy it.

Lastly, as with all things that are beneficial to your health, it’s hard to start, but the longer you use this diet, the greater the benefits that you will realize from it.

Table of Protein Recommendations per Meal by Weight

Ideal Body Weight

Daily

Protein per serving

90 lb.

6 oz.

1 ¾ to 2 oz.

105 lb.

7 oz.

1 ¾ to 2-1/3 oz.

120 lb.

8 oz.

2 to 2-3/4 oz.

135 lb.

9 oz.

2 ½ to 3 oz.

150 lb.

10 oz.

3 to 3-1/3 oz.

165 lb.

11 oz.

3-1/3 to 3-3/4 oz.

180 lb.

12 oz.

3-3/4 to 4 oz.

195 lb.

13 oz.

4 to 4-1/3 oz.

EAT 3 TO 5 SMALL MEALS PER DAY

Take Fluids More Than One Hour Before Meals/More Than 2 Hours After Meals – Limit Fluid Intake With Meals To No More Than 4 Oz.
NO PROCESSED GRAINS, WHITE OR OTHER FLOUR, SUGAR, SUGAR SUBSTITUTES

Grains to Eat

Brown and Wild Rice Oatmeal Rye (Rye preferred – only 35% Carbohydrate)

Breads to Eat

Pumpernickel (German or Danish), Rye (German or Danish) (See Information on hybridization of modern grains – wheat)
AVOID ALL OTHER BREADS, MUFFINS, BISCUITS, GRAIN BASED MUNCHIES

Sweeteners to Eat

Stevia (Herb 200-300% sweeter than sugar
Use sparingly – bitter if over-used)
Honey (be careful honey originates in toxin free area)
Date Sugar (Dried, not Refined)
Brown Rice Syrup
Maple Syrup
Carob (in place of chocolate – naturally sweet)

ALL OF THE ABOVE ARE TO BE USED EXTREMELY SPARINGLY

NOT TO BE EATEN WITHIN 3 HOURS OF EATING FATS AND PROTEINS. That includes making desserts with fats or proteins.


AVOID ALL SEAFOOD WITHOUT SCALES

Eat only fish with white meat.
OTHERS –Suffering from serious bacterial infestations that can be mortally toxic to mammals, especially humans – More Toxins – Better Safe Than Sorry!

Make certain all Meats, Poultry, Raw Dairy (only) are CLEAN

No Hormones, Antibiotics or Caustic Grains/Food. Today, genetically engineered synthetic growth hormones are being delivered into dairy cattle and beef to increase production. STAY AWAY FROM ALL INJECTED MEATS! Genetically engineered grains are becoming the "norm" for commercial and home grown meat production. Be careful, get organically grown meats. It’s more expensive but your life is worth the expense and we are speaking "life challenging" products in the commercial market today.


PHASE 1 FOOD PLAN
(FOR BALANCING BODY CHEMISTRY)

Meat • Fish • Fowl • Eggs • Vegetables
(no limit on serving size)

FOODS EATEN CLOSEST TO THEIR RAW STATE HAVE THE BEST DIGESTIVE ENZYME ABILITY
TAKE FLUIDS AT LEAST ONE HOUR BEFORE MEALS OR 2 HOURS AFTER MEALS
LIMIT FLUID INTAKE WITH MEALS TO NO MORE THAN 4 OZ.
NO PROCESSED GRAINS, WHITE FLOUR, SUGAR, SUGAR SUBSTITUTES.

Vegetables
3% or less Carbs

Vegetables
6% or less Carbs

Vegetables
7 - 9% Carbs

Miscellaneous
In Limited Amounts

Asparagus
Bamboo Shoots
Beet Greens
Bok Choy Greens
Broccoli
Cabbages
Cauliflower
Celery
Chards
Chicory
Collard Greens
Cucumber
Endive
Escarole
Garlic
Kale
Kolrabi
Lettuces
(except Iceberg)
Mushrooms
Parsley
Radishes
Raw Corn Cob
Salad Greens
Sauerkraut
Spinach
String Beans
Summer Squashes
Turnip Greens
Watercress
Yellow Squash
Zucchini Squash

Bell Peppers
Bok Choy
Chives
Eggplant
Green Onions
Okra
Olives
Pickles
Pimento
Rhubarb
Sweet Potatoes
Tomatoes
Water Chestnuts
Yams
Green Beans

Acorn Squash
Stems Artichokes
Avocado
Beets
Brussels Sprouts
Butternut Squash
Carrots
Jicama
Leeks
Onion
Pumpkin
Rutabagas
Turnips
Winter Squashes

Butter-Raw
Caviar
Dressings
Cider Vinegar, only
Cold Press Olive Oil
Jerky
Kefir (Raw)
Goat Milk (Raw)
Nuts (Raw)
No Peanuts
Oils (Only Olive Oil
Cold Pressed)


BeveragesChicken Tea
Beef Tea
Herbal Teas
Granderized
Water
(½ ounce for Every lb. Weight)


PHASE 2 FOOD PLAN
(FOR BALANCING BODY CHEMISTRY)

Meat • Fish • Fowl • Eggs • Vegetables
(no limit on serving size)

FOODS EATEN CLOSEST TO THEIR RAW STATE HAVE THE BEST DIGESTIVE ENZYME ABILITY
TAKE FLUIDS AT LEAST ONE HOUR BEFORE MEALS OR 2 HOURS AFTER MEALS
LIMIT FLUID INTAKE WITH MEALS TO NO MORE THAN 4 OZ.
NO PROCESSED GRAINS, WHITE FLOUR, SUGAR, SUGAR SUBSTITUTES.

Vegetables
3% or less Carbs

Vegetables
6% or less Carbs

Vegetables
12 - 21% Carbs

Miscellaneous
In Limited Amounts

Asparagus
Bamboo Shoots
Beet Greens
Bok Choy Greens
Broccoli
All Cabbages
Cauliflower
Celery
Chards
Chicory
Collard Greens
Cucumber
Endive
Escarole
Garlic
Kale
Kolrabi
Lettuces
(except Iceberg)
Mushrooms
Mustard Greens
Parsley
Radishes
Raw Corn Cob
Salad Greens
Sauerkraut
Spinach
String Beans
Summer Squashes
Turnip Greens
Watercress
Yellow Squash
Zucchini Squash

Bell Peppers
Bok Choy Stems
Chives
Eggplant
Green Beans
Green Onions
Okra
Olives
Pickles
Pimento
Rhubarb
Sweet Potatoes
Tomatoes
Water Chestnuts
Yams

Vegetables
7 - 9% or less Carbs

Acorn Squash
Artichokes
Avocado
Beets
Brussels Sprouts
Butternut Squash
Carrots
Jicama
Leeks
Onion
Pumpkin
Rutabagas
Turnips
Winter Squashes

Celeriac
Chickpeas
Cooked Corn
Grains, Sprouted
Horseradish
Jerusalem Artichokes
Kidney Beans
Lima Beans
Lentils
Parsnips
Peas
Popcorn
Potatoes
Seeds, Sprouted
Soybeans
Sunflower Seeds


Fruits
Limited Quantity
Limited Basis
Snacks only

Apples
Berries
Grapes (only Granderized)
Papaya
Pineapple
Pears
Prunes (Fresh)


DESSERT
DO NOT EAT WITH MEALS
Eat 2 hours before or after meals

Butter-Raw
Caviar
Dressings
Cider Vinegar, only
Cold Press Olive Oil
Jerky
Kefir (Raw)
Goat Milk (Raw)
Nuts (Raw)
No Peanuts


BeveragesChicken Tea
Beef Tea
Bouillon
(Organic Gourmet
available at
www.stairwaytohealth.com)
Herbal Teas
except Green/Camomile
Granderized Water
(go to www.granderwater.com
then hit your back and call us at
(808) 324-6607 to get 10% Rebate
Red Wine Only DO NOT DRINK
American Wines, They are filled
Fluoride unless you have
Grander Penergizer to neutralize
heavy metals like sulfites/Fluoride
(Drink no more than 3 glasses)

Fluoride in Public Water

FLUORIDE FOUND IN PUBLIC WATER PRODUCTS Although many may claim that fluoride is, in some respects, healthy for the dental health in humans, numerous researches have proved the contrary. It has been stated that fluoride negatively affects the human nervous system and harms people’s dental well-being instead of improving it. The fluoride found in public water products is causing some serious health threats. Fluoride is a highly toxic substance. Currently, there are tens of millions of people throughout China and India who now suffer serious crippling bone diseases from drinking water with elevated levels of fluoride.

In terms of acute toxicity, fluoride is more toxic than lead, but slightly less toxic than arsenic. This is why fluoride has long been used in rodenticides and pesticides to kill pests like rats and insects. It is also why accidents involving over-ingestion of fluoridated dental products–including fluoride gels, fluoride supplements, and fluoridated water–can cause serious poisoning incidents, including death.

Current safety standards for fluoride are based on the premise that severe dental fluorosis (a condition of full teeth decay and malformation) and crippling skeletal fluorosis are the first adverse effects that fluoride can have on the body. Research already shows, in fact, that fluoride can cause arthritic symptoms and bone fracture well before the onset of crippling fluorosis, and can affect many other tissues besides bone and teeth, including the brain and thyroid gland. In some cases, cognitive issues in children and IQ retardation occur. One study carried out in China proved that children exposed to day-to-day consumption of fluoride, show lower IQ records, unlike children who have not been exposed to fluoride as much. (http://fluoridealert.org/issues/health/)

A list of high risk bottled water brands, full of fluoride content, and definitely threatening to your health:

  • Alhambra
  • Arrowhead
  • Belmont Springs
  • Crystal Rock
  • Crystal Springs
  • Deer Park
  • Diamond Springs
  • Hindley Spri
  • Ice Mountain
  • Kandiyohi
  • Kentwood Springs
  • Mayer Bros.
  • Mount Olympus
  • Nursery Water
  • Ozarka
  • Poland Spring
  • Pure Flo
  • Puritan Springs
  • Shenandoah
  • Sierra Springs
  • Sparkletts
  • Zephyrhills

IN ORDER TO PRESERVE YOUR AND YOUR CHILDRENS HEALTH AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE, HERE IS A LIST OF

FLUORIDE-SAFE BOTTLED WATERS, CONTAINING LITTLE TO ZERO FLUORIDE CONTENT:

  • A Better Water
  • Agromas Natural Mineral Water
  • Albertsons
  • Alpina
  • American Fare
  • American Star
  • Appco
  • Aqua Fresca
  • Aqua Panna
  • Aqua Pure
  • Aquarius Natural Mineral Water
  • Arbor Springs
  • Arlington Springs
  • Aquafina Water
  • Aqua Systems
  • Aqua Von
  • Artesian Wells
  • Augusta Medical – Daniels
  • Badger Water
  • Besco Pure Premium Drinking Water
  • BIOTA Colorado Pure Spring Water
  • Bio-2
  • Black Berry Farms
  • Blue Ice Natural Mineral Water
  • Boney’s
  • BORNEO
  • Bountyland
  • Buches
  • Calistoga
  • Callaway Blue
  • CAPA
  • Cascade
  • Century Springs
  • Chemung
  • Chippewa Spring Water
  • Citi Stop
  • Classic Selection
  • Clearly Arctic
  • Clear Mountain Spring Water
  • Clover Company Limited
  • Coach
  • Cold Country
  • Cohutta Mountain Spring Water
  • Cowboy Squeeze
  • Crowne Plaza Drinking Water
  • Crowne Plaza Natural Mineral Water
  • Cruel Jacks Spring Water
  • Crystal Mountain Spring Water
  • Crystal Point
  • Crystal Ridge
  • Crystal Spring Natural Spring Water
  • Culligan Water
  • Dakota Splash
  • Dannon
  • Deep Rock
  • Deep Rock Crystal Drop
  • Deep Rock Fontenelle
  • Deja Blue
  • Desert Quench
  • East Phils
  • Eco Quest
  • Elite
  • Equatorial Natural Mineral Water
  • Essentia Water
  • Eureka
  • Evian
  • E Water
  • Family Pantry
  • Famous Ramona Water
  • Flowing Springs
  • Food Club
  • Founders Square Bank
  • Fresh Brands Artesian
  • Fresh Brands Distilled Water
  • Fresh Brands Drinking Water
  • Fresh Market
  • Get-N-Go
  • Glacier Bay
  • Glen Summit Springs Water
  • Glen Summit Distilled Water
  • Glenwood Inglewood
  • Gordon Food Service
  • Great Bear
  • Great Value
  • Harvey’s
  • H2O4U
  • Henry’s
  • Hidden Valley Natural Mineral Water
  • Hillcrest Distilled Water
  • Hillcrest Drinking Water
  • Hillcrest Spring Water
  • Hilton PJ Natural Mineral Water
  • Hinckley Springs
  • HINT
  • Hi-Sprint Drinking Water
  • Hi-Sprint Natural Mineral Water
  • Hog Wash
  • Hon Less Natural Mineral Water
  • Ice Jam
  • Inland
  • Istana Natural Mineral Water
  • Joe Muggs
  • Joe Ragan’s Pure Water
  • Junior Johnson
  • Just Squeezed
  • KLGCC Natural Mineral Water
  • Kroger (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Krystal J Artesian Water
  • Krystal J Distilled Water
  • Laure
  • Leroy Jenkins Ministries
  • Logansport Savings Bank
  • Lowe’s
  • Martins
  • Masafi Pure Natural Mineral Water
  • Mercurio Produce
  • Mesra Drinking Water
  • Mesra Natural Mineral Water
  • Misty Mountain
  • Monadnock Mountain Spring Water
  • Montclair
  • Mountain Energy
  • Mountain Forest
  • Mountain Valley Spring Water
  • Mutiara Natural Mineral Water
  • Nantze Springs
  • New Frontier Bank
  • Niagra Mist
  • Nicolet Distilled
  • Northern Illinois University
  • Oasis Pure Drinking Water
  • Oasis Sparkling Water
  • Ogallala – Clear Cool Water
  • OUI Drinking Water
  • OUI Natural Mineral Water
  • Paiges
  • Parmer Pure H2O
  • Patriots Choice
  • Pelangi Natural Mineral Water
  • Penta Premium Purified Drinking Water
  • Piggly Wiggly
  • Polaris Water
  • Polaris Water
  • Pristine Natural Artesian
  • Purely Sedona
  • Quick Stop
  • Rain Soft
  • Refresh Natural Mineral Water
  • Reiser Drinking Water
  • Request Foods, Inc.
  • Rip Time
  • Roundy’s “Purified Water”
  • Safeway – Refreshe
  • Sam’s Wine & Spirits
  • San Faustino Natural Mineral Water
  • San Pellegrino
  • Santee Springs
  • Scheopner’s Water
  • Sequoia Springs
  • Scotts
  • Shamrock
  • Shop-N-Cart
  • Shur-Fine
  • Silver Creek Purified Water
  • Silver Creek Spring Water
  • Sky Drinking Water
  • Smart Water
  • Snow Valley
  • Spinx
  • Stator Bros. Markets
  • Summit Mountain
  • Summit Springs
  • Summit Valley
  • T-Rex
  • Teton Mountain Lodge Spring Water
  • Tweetsie
  • United Dairy Farmers
  • Volvic
  • Vitamin Water
  • Veta Drinking Water
  • Valutime
  • Whistler Water
  • Whole Foods 365
  • Woodland Spring Water
  • Wyoming Machinery “Catipillar” Spring Water
  • Zodiac

(http://www.hlfteam.com/bottled-water-filled-fluoride-heres-complete-list-brands-avoid/)