Thanks for your response. Sorry, I must have been mistaken, I thought I had read something to that effect, but I guess not. Thanks for clearing it up. So does goat's milk contain xanthine oxidase or cause health issues if not allergic?
It is much easier to digest, but I have never seen anything on its xanthine oxidase level if present.
They said I was not producing metallothiene based on not having rid the metals after a year of treatment (chlorella plus other homeopathic treatments they've put me on).
And what are they basing the claim high metals on? It is virtually impossible to test for heavy metal content in the body short of doing tissue biopsies for testing.
Also, my zinc is low despite supplementation of 50 mg for years w/ACV for absorbtion.
This does not necessarily mean lack of absorption. It can also mean displacement of the zinc, such as getting too much copper somewhere.
I've also been taking b's and TMG with ACV long term but am still not producing stomach acid. And in bloodwork copper is showing high.
Again, this could explain the low zinc. Zinc and copper are antagonistic to each other.
They claim that a lack of metallothiene will cause the liver to hang on to metals and an inability to absorb zinc. I believe the hops in the product is supposed to help my body start producing metallothiene. How do you recommend treating this?
It depends on what is really happening. I think they are assuming too much and likely relying on some inaccurate tests. Again the best way to confirm heavy metals is with tissue biopsies, which I am sure they did not do. If they used something like a hair analysis this shows nothing accurate.