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Supplements 04 Feb 2019 16:26 #59715

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Hi everyone! I'm new to MMS/the group. I've ordered the book and will order MMS as soon as I feel like I understand how to use it properly. I currently take a lot of supplements. The ones I particularly don't want to stop are magnesium malate and glycinate, trace minerals, boron, cod liver oil, dissecated beef liver, bee pollen, rice bran, taurine, vitamin E (I know it needs to be taken 2 hours away from MMS), whole food vitamin C. Anyone see any problems with continuing this protocol with MMS?

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Supplements 05 Feb 2019 05:37 #59718

You can take supplements 1 hour after your last MMS dose of the day. Vitamin C may be an exception, because Vitamin C can stay in the body for weeks .
2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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Supplements 09 Feb 2019 02:36 #59753

Jim says, "Taking Supplements while on the MMS Protocols:
Vitamins, minerals, and other supplements that one might add to the diet, should be suspended for a time while on MMS protocols. This especially includes foods with high amounts of antioxidants. MMS removes poisons and destroys bio-films that protect pathogens. It then kills the pathogens, and this aids in healing. Supplements not only aid the body, but they feed pathogens as well. Unfortunately, most of the time the pathogens are first in line to get nutrition from the supplements and thus one is furnishing nutrients to the disease while also trying to kill it. For this reason, supplements can slow down health recovery or even stop it altogether. On the other hand, after one has been on a protocol for two or three weeks, and has followed all the rules, as they continue on their MMS protocol, then they might consider taking supple-
124 MMS Health Recovery Guidebook
ments if they feel the need. Remember, separate any supplements from MMS dosages by at least two hours. Follow the lead of the body and determine if the supple- ments are helping or possibly hindering MMS from fully working."

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