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Antioxidant and MMS protocol 22 Jun 2022 23:22 #75921

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I just started an MMS protocol. I’m wondering about antioxidants, I’ve read that you aren’t supposed to have antioxidants while using MMS. So does that mean I have to avoid red onion and tomatoes and other antioxidant rich foods AND antioxidant supplements? Thank you

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Antioxidant and MMS protocol 25 Jun 2022 00:49 #75946

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Imo, and I think this is "correct", 'they' are generally talking about "medicinal antioxidants" (supplements, etc.),
not food or "natural (naturally occurring) antioxidants".

Check out Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guide Book".
 
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Antioxidant and MMS protocol 07 Jul 2022 15:22 #76107

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I hope so because all of the healthy food I eat are these foods on the antioxidant list. As it is I've been strictly detoxing with a healthier diet and I had to cut out so much. Beans, strawberries, blueberries, Kale, etc are all on the list. I think the foods Jim lists specifically in his book are what to stay away from for the most part.

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Antioxidant and MMS protocol 09 Jul 2022 15:26 #76131

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Chlorine Dioxide doesn't stay in your system for longer than an hour, so the solution is to avoid eating anything with antioxidants until one hour after you finish your last dose of MMS for the day. Vitamin C, however, can stay in your system for days, so eliminating that while taking MMS is recommended.
 
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When talking of bit C remaining in the body for days we have to discern between background plasma levels which do hang around for days and are there probably all the time when we take in our low levels of ascorbate as the RDA.
As opposed to therapeutic doses of vit C (ascorbate) which are measured in the 10s to 100s of grammes per day taken in regular smaller doses. The half life of this in the body is about 30 mins. If the ascorbate isn't used by the body in its healing (it's a great antiviral - a good competitor to CD) the body rejects it. Vit C is its own great feedback mechanism. A great web site for this info is Andrew Saul's doctoryourself.com. I digress.
Given that CD works outside of the 2hr window suggested by Humble, presumably the background plasma levels of ascorbate are either irrelevant or are knocked out. No idea which.
Here's a basic paper. journals.plos.org/plosmedicine/article?id=10.1371/journal.pmed.0020307

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I'm new here, and could be wrong. I've been dealing with long haulers without mms. My supplements for this regimine include, buffered vitamin c, pycnogenol, ECGC, and NAC. I'm taking mms for a few weeks now and at the end of the day I feel really inflammed. I've been taking mms mid day, and after four hours of last dose I take all those supplements, and then go to sleep, wait a couple of hours, and then take MMS. I really feel like the antioxidants have been helping me not to be too inflammed from mms, gets rid of the aches and pains from all the oxidation, and I feel like I'm still making improvements. It's hard to say how long something stays in your system, but just see if you are making progress or not.

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If you "feel really inflammed", that is possibly an Herxheimer reaction from
detoxing too much and too quickly.

It doesn't sound to me like you are following Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook" protocols.
I always strongly suggest and encourage people do that.

At a few weeks, you should "probably" be feeling MUCH better.
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I just started an MMS protocol. I’m wondering about antioxidants, I’ve read that you aren’t supposed to have antioxidants while using MMS. So does that mean I have to avoid red onion and tomatoes and other antioxidant rich foods AND antioxidant supplements? Thank you

 

Hello MNPatriot74. It's recommended to read Jim Humble's book "Health Recovery Guide". It's here for you, a free download:
MMS Health Recovery Guide Book by Jim Humble - PDF Drive  On page 55 Jim writes:
"If taking supplements, it is very important to space them out from the times you are taking your MMS doses by at least two hours, or even more if you can. Never take supplements at the same time you take your MMS dose".

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Is that an "official" free download that Jim is okay with?

If not, you are violating his copyright, and negatively affecting his income.
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