The fluoridation of our water supply is about as contentious an issue as you can conceive.

Although half a century has elapsed since adding fluoride to drinking water became normal practice, the debate around whether the process is ultimately good – or terribly bad – has barely lowered in volume or intensity.

If you live in the UK, you may or may not be drinking fluoridated water on a daily basis. In this article we explore the possible health implications, and suggest a means of removing fluoride from your tap water if you so desire.