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Anti oxidants 05 Jan 2020 04:48 #62070

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Hi I just read this article in nexus (the first in the link) and it emphasizes the importance of antioxidants.

www.mms-supplement.com/article-resources

Would it be necessary to supplement with antioxidants if taking mms long-term? Evenfor maybe a small maintenance amount (2 drops a day).

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Anti oxidants 07 Jan 2020 04:42 #62080

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Hi Jogo,
Antioxidants come in many forms and some are essential for our health - for example vitamin C happens to also be an antioxidant and it's essential to human life. Just try to separate your taking of any antioxidants as much as possible from your taking of MMS/chlorine dioxide so there is less chance of them neutralizing each other.

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Anti oxidants 09 Jan 2020 17:42 #62098

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Some related information on anti-oxidants that may occur naturally and unnaturally, in fruit juices and milk.
In a 3 drop sodium chlorite, 3 drop HCL activated solution, will yield around 50 PPM of chlorine dioxide, as measured by Andreas Kalcker with the test strips, when mixed with water.
When it is mixed with pineapple or orange juice and tested with the test strips, all chlorine dioxide has been eliminated.
Just be aware of this extreme sensitivity of CD which in this case an oxidizer, in the presence of even small amounts of an anti-oxidant.

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Anti oxidants 10 Jan 2020 03:40 #62103

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Great video, thanks for posting it.
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Anti oxidants 10 Jan 2020 05:11 #62104

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Here is a PDF file on how to measure CLO2 concentration in ppm.

Note that Andreas is not following the directions printed on the LaMotte CLO2 test strip container.



Also note that LaMotte CLO2 test strips are not accurate in solutions which are pH 3 or less (acid). Some people in the past made incorrect statements for their CLO2 testing results not knowing this limitation of the test strips.

Fruit Juice pH Levels
"Apples, oranges, grapes and cranberries are all moderately acidic. Cranberry juice is the most acidic, with an approximate pH value of 2.3 to 2.5. Grape juice has a pH of 3.3; apple juice has an approximate pH value of between 3.35 and 4; the pH of orange juice ranges from 3.3 to 4.2."

"...anything with a pH of less than 4 is considered potentially erosive, apple, orange, grape and cranberry juices all can potentially contribute to tooth decay if consumed regularly."
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