Re: 10 month old STILL not interested in eating
They should probably change that to "some babies need iron supplementation starting at 6 months." And it's true: some breastfed babies do become anemic due to the (relatively) low iron content of their diets. But many do not. The recommendation is there to protect that fraction of babies who become anemic- but for many breastfed babies it leads to iron supplements and high-iron solids being pushed harder than they need to be.
I had read in "Super Baby Food" that babies need iron supplementation starting at 6 months.
I wouldn't worry much about the fluoride, either. There's no critical interval for fluoride to do its work- it's going to do more or less the same job at 1 year or 3 years as it would do at under a year. And again, the recommendation on flouride is there for those kids who have an unusual need for it- perhaps due to weak enamel or because they're getting lots of sugary foods. Most breastfed babies aren't going to require it.
As far as the fluoride goes, I was told that it's important for their incoming teeth (both by her doctor and I read something about it in "Super Baby Food").
If you're concerned about your baby's teeth, you might want to start introducing a baby toothbrush or wiping down her teeth with a clean washcloth.
Coolest thing my big girl said recently: "How can you tell the world is moving when you are standing on it?"
Coolest thing my little girl sang recently: "I love dat one-two pupples!"