I just watched a video with dr. kalcker in which he said one should not drink coffee at any time during the protocol. he said it would make the cds 0% efficient. is this true? i have not heard this other places. i understood if you drink it first thing in the morning and an hour or two away from dosing that it is fine. can anyone clarify? what if even switching to decaf if regular is a problem?
A question I've been having and wanted to get others thoughts on, is, when drinking a high antioxidant tea or coffee (i drink yerba mate), could the antioxidant value be exhausted by a larger dose of clo2 following your antioxidant intake?
As an example, if you drink a couple of cups of coffee in the morning (aprox. 16oz) then the following procedure may provide the answer.
1. take 16oz of water
2. add clo2 (whether it be cds or mms),
3. test it with clo2 strips,
4 take 16oz of coffee (or tea),
5. put the same amount of clo2 in it, then test it.
You will see that the clo2 level has dropped but if you
6. dose it again with the same amount of clo2
7. test it.
You will see that the antioxidants are being exhausted, and the clo2 level is rising
So then if you follow this through, it would then make sense that if you take the amount of clo2 necessary to exhaust the antioxidants on top of the normal dose, it will have made up for
the loss of effect that the coffee would produce.
The following is from Jim Humble's book, MMS Health Recovery Guidebook, on the Disclaimer page:
"MMS1 and MMS2 are oxidizers that destroy poisons and kill pathogens by oxidation."
Oxidizers, such as MMS1 and MMS2 can be neutralized by antioxidants.
On page 122 he says this:
"3. Neutralizing MMS in the Body: Coffee, decaffeinated coffee, caffeinated tea, some herbal teas, milk, alcohol, coconut water, orange juice, tangerine juice and all juices with added Vitamin C or ascorbic acid, will directly neutralize MMS. (Vitamin C naturally found in fruits and vegetables in moderate amounts are OK.) Foods and supplements that have exceptionally high amounts of antioxidants such as moringa, must not be taken while on the MMS protocols. (See pages 42-45, 52, 56.)"
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