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List of Foods to Avoid 22 Feb 2017 00:51 #54905

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I know there is a list of foods to avoid during treatment. Is it tucked away somewhere I missed looking? Do you avoid them completely or just during the hours of treatment. I'm asking because I like to eat pineapple in my cottage cheese in the evenings and I thought there was something about avoiding Vitamin C? Thanks in advance.

I'm on day one. I am working up to protocol 1000. I started today with one drop every hour. Glad I didn't go higher because it's giving me some stomach issues, which will be appreciated more, later, I'm sure. :-) The thing I noticed right from the first dose was the ease of pain in an especially painful arthritic finger and a painful heal.

I must say, the taste is really hard on me, a person who was a Pepsiholic two days ago. I have NEVER been a water drinker either. Is there ANYTHING that can be added to hide the flavor? Burping is very unpleasant.

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List of Foods to Avoid 22 Feb 2017 03:57 #54907

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If you are following the Starting Procedure, 1/4 drop/hour is the beginning dose. When increasing dosing and you experience negative side effects, reduce dosing my 50%. Slowly increase the next few days.

Protocol 1000 calls for 3 drops per hour maximum. That is not a goal and you may not need to reach 3 drops/hour. Some stage 4 cancer patients have recovered their health with 1 drop/hour of MMS1 or even less.

Suspect foods should be avoided until 1 hour after your last dose of the day.

If using 50% citric acid to activate MMS, and you have stomach problems, switch to 4% HCL and see if that helps. Some people can not tolerate citric acid.

All the above and much more is in the latest book, MMS Health Recovery Guidebook.
2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
www.mmsinfo.org/infosheets/mms1_equates_to_cdh_and_cds.pdf
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How to use CDS, CDH in Protocols: www.mmsinfo.org/infosheets/CDS_CDH_and_Protocols-2.pdf
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List of Foods to Avoid 22 Feb 2017 04:28 #54908

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I will cut back to a half drop tomorrow. If the taste is cut by 50% too, it won't be half bad. :-)

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List of Foods to Avoid 23 Feb 2020 03:42 #62551

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I believe you can add 3oz of certain juices to each hourly dose, in lieu of water, using the baby bottle technique. The baby bottle itself is prepared with water, as usual but, when you are dosing, you add one of the permitted fruit juices instead of water. They have to be pure juices, with no ascorbic acid (vit. C) added. The permitted juices are grape juice, pineapple juice and Cranberry juice. I have been using the pineapple juice and that really masks the taste of the MMS well. I also use a swimmer's nose clip while preparing the MMS and also when preparing each portion with the juice. I am very sensitive to the smell of the fumes. So much so that I couldn't bring myself to get back on MMS for years. Now I figured out that if I do it this way, it works for me because my nose doesn't fill up with the smell.

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List of Foods to Avoid 23 Feb 2020 05:45 #62552

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List of Foods to Avoid 23 Feb 2020 08:40 #62558

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StephAh, if you activate MMS in a small syringe and add it to water, you will probably not smell any CLO2 fumes. Be sure to squirt the MMS1 dose into the water and not on top of the water.



For taste enhancement, add a few drops of SweetLeaf brand stevia, SteviaClear flavor. It will not reduce CLO2 content. Of course, you will not want to use citric acid to activate MMS as it tastes terrible! And, might cause upset stomach. Use 4% HCL instead.

And, if you drink a MMS1 dose from a small mouth bottle, your nose will not be inside the bottle as it is when you drink from a glass or cup. :ohmy:

2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
www.mmsinfo.org/infosheets/mms1_equates_to_cdh_and_cds.pdf
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How to use CDS, CDH in Protocols: www.mmsinfo.org/infosheets/CDS_CDH_and_Protocols-2.pdf
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List of Foods to Avoid 23 Feb 2020 14:56 #62559

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Bob J,
Interesting! Thank you for posting this. However, he does not show which types of fruit juices he was using. Bottled or fresh squeezed? With or without additives? He did mention that if the apple juice was made fresh, it left the clo2 weaker. I read that, if one used pineapple, apple, cranberry, or grape juices - pure, without additives - then that would mask the taste, but not interfere with the action of the MMS.
Would you know what those reagent strips are called that he is using? I am wondering if I can buy some myself.

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List of Foods to Avoid 12 Mar 2020 21:39 #62928

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Well, I ordered the HCl 4% and, I must say, the experience has much improved with it. The citric acid activator made everything smell and taste absolutely putrid! Now, there is still a bit of smell, but I have even eliminated that by turning on a small fan to send the fumes away when I am mixing the daily baby bottle and also each time I use a dose. Very easy to use now. Don't even need the fruit juices. I just hold my breath while I am drinking. Almost no taste or smell at all this way. Yay!
I keep the baby bottle out of light at all times, except for the brief moments when I am pouring from it. When I travel, I slip the bottle into a thick, dark sock. It stays more potent this way.
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List of Foods to Avoid 13 Mar 2020 07:56 #62938

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I believe it has been mentioned in original videos that garlic is quite poisionous when taking MMS

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