One example of this is where no one knew(or seemed to know) that MMS affected electrolytes and other minerals. And though one person might conclude this isn't a big deal, I think it should serve as a warning to all that there is much to learn on the potential side effects of using MMS as a treatment for illnesses.
As for extremists and Conspiracy theorists, don't worry. I've been aware of such types since the day I first logged onto the internet almost 25 years ago :p
And so my position is neither here nor there as I place myself right down the middle, in an effort to remain aware of the known facts regarding MMS and its potential effects.
1. The body does not need MMS - It's not a wellness thing
2. The ingestion of MMS does affect bodily functions
3. We don't have much data with regards to long term use with MMS
With this in mind, I prefer to take the safe road of caution when it comes taking MMS. ie. I take MMS because I have too. But when other choices are available, then I'd recommend choosing the path with the least amount of known risks involved.
PS. My parents gave MMS to their dog. It was deathly ill. The dog died eventually, but in my opinion, they acted responsibly by administering MMS as a last resort treatment. However, when it comes to common treatments in people and animals, I would first seek a known treatment before MMS. Simply because it is the right thing to do.
If one day we find that MMS ever produces long term effects or damages to our bodies. We must do all we can to try and take responsibility for our actions. And that's why I think we should tread with caution.