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Re: Dairy alternatives and metallothionein


  Hi James,

I had a question about foods. I know you have said that the pasteurization process with milk can cause harm to the body. I don't eat or drink any dairy products, but soy milk is also pasteurized.

I don't recall saying that pasteurization was dangerous as in these posts:

http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1499352#i

http://curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=1618073

Pasteurization actually help to reduce some of the toxic compounds found in milk including xanthine oxidase, which I discussed in this post:

http://curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=1478046

Are soymilk or other alternatives harmful to the body?

No, unless you have allergies to the particular product.

Also, when I do have a cheese craving, I will eat goat cheese. What are your thoughts on goat's milk products? I assume the cheese has the same pasteurization process.

Again the pasteurization is not an issue.  But goat's milk is easier to digest than cow's milk.

I was told by my Dr. that I am not producing metallothionein

Based on what test?

and that is causing zinc and other mineral imbalances and also causing my liver and kidneys to hang on to heavy metals. They put me on these two products:
http://www.amazon.com/Metagenics-MetalloClear-180T/dp/B004GLIZO2

Not sure why they have the ingredients they have in the product.  The majority of it is hops and hops extract (Luduxin).   I have never seen any evidence are effective in binding metals.   Fresh hops are mostly used for their estrogenic effect and aged hops for their sedative effect.

The other main ingredients are more liver support than anything, but again do not bind metals.

http://www.chm-natural-supplements.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&c...


What are your thoughts on treatment and also on the products?

I don't see any real list of ingredients on the second formula and it sounds like it may be a liquid in which case would rapidly destroy the vitamins.  Hard to say anything too specific though without seeing the actual ingredients.

 

 
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