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Purified water doesn't taste of anything. If you have lead pipes it will take up lead and carry it to the body. If there are not adequate sources of minerals in the rest of your diet then hard water might (just) be a useful source of them.Otherwise I don't see how it could make any difference.Any of the techniques and be used to remove most of the minerals from water. The details vary but the overall effect is the same.I have drunk high purity wster in the past and I would definitley choose to do the same again if the alternative were water of which I had any doubts about the safety or purity.When it comes down to it, people are "designed" to drink rain water and that's pretty near pure water.
There are still some who question the value of fluoridation.
Quite so, nobody actually gives any good reason for their objections.
There's no question that too much fluoride is bad for you. So is too much water.If you use this as the basis to ban fluoridation then logically you need to ban water too.It's not a valid argument, so, even with the correct spelling, fluorosis isn't a good reason for objection.