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Re: Swollen inner lips, looking for advice- iodine, supplementation.
 
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Re: Swollen inner lips, looking for advice- iodine, supplementation.


my comments

Supplements of note:
- daily -
Himalaya salt - ELIMINATE UNLESS YOU KNOW THE FLUORIDE LEVEL, MANY HIMALAYANS ARE HIGH FLUORIDE AND COUNTERACT Iodine AND USUAL NEGATIVE FLUORIDE EFFECTS. INSTEAD, PURE NACL, OR NACL / KCL MIX 70/30 NA/K IS WHAT I USE

Potassium chloride / potassium bicarbonate OK

Ascorbic Acid (Vit C) - GOOD. EVERY DAY
Magnesium Oxide (for some reason a bit better than Magnesium Bisglycinate) - BEST IS FROM GREEN VEGS, OR CHLORPHYLL SUPPLEMENT, OR MGCL2. THE CHLORIDE IS READILY ABOSORBED QUANTITATIVELY

Phosphatidylcholine -OK

- as needed -

Methylsulfurmethane (MSM) - QUESTIONABLE, DEPENDING ON OTHER DIET HABITS

Zinc methionine - OK BUT I WOULD BE CAREFUL OVERDOING THE SULFUR

Selenium methionine - SE IS POTENTIALLY DAMAGING, BODY DOESN'T NEED AS MUCH AS THESE FORUM PEOPLE ARE ALWAYS TAKING. THERE IS ARGUMENTON THE FORM, MY CONCLUSION IS THE YEAST FORM IS PREFERED

manganese bisglycinate - OK BUT REMEMBER ALSO THESE TRACE METALS ARE CATALYSTS AND MUST BE TAKEN IN CATALYTIC AMOUNTS. IF BODY HAS TOO MUCH, THEN DIFFERENT AND DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS CAN HAPPEN, SAME FOR COPPER BELOW

Copper secabate - I TAKE 3 MG ABOUT 2X A WEEK

b-complex 50 - THESE ARE SYNERGISTIC CATALYSTS, ALL B VITAMINS I'VE SEEN HAVE WAYYYY TOO MUCH OF EACH COMPNENT, EXAMPLE IS B1, A NORMAL AMOUNT IS MAYBE A MILLIGRAM A DAY BUT THE PILLS HAVE 100 MG OR MORE WHICH IS WAY TOO MUCH. BE CAREFUL WITH B'S AND ALSO FOLIC ACID ISN'T REALLY THE RIGHT FORM, INSTEAD FOLLINIC ACID OR METHYL FOLATE
THESE B VITS ARE OXIDATION CATALYSTS AND MUST BE IN CATALYTIC AMOUNTS

niacin & inositol GOOD

b2 Riboflavin VERY IMPORTANT, BUT MUST BE IN PROPER CATALYTIC AMOUNT

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a lot of these things are catalysts, some are effective at one part per 400,000,000,000. I see many folk supplementing with far more than the proper amounts, they think that if some is good, then more is better, but that is not the case. actually, opposite. in many instances, parabenzoquinone at 10(-9) or 10(-12) is catalytic towards restoring normal oxidative function, but the same material at 10(-5) is carcinogenic. I can write books but there are enough books out there. diabetics should take particular interest in thiamine, but normal amount is only about one milligram per day, or roughly 1/3 mg per meal. That's what nature did, and nature is very powerful, the correct catalytic amounts. pantothenic acid is also worthy of more study, the best sources are from circa 1935-1950, before all the synthetic vitamins came onto the scene. You might also learn that mixed tocopherols such as from wheat germ oil is superior to other forms of E, and also that E alone can alleviate peripheral neuropathy







 

 
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