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Can You eat fruit while on CDS/MMS? 25 Apr 2024 12:55 #82185

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I know you can't eat citrus like lemons or oranges when using CDS or MMS, but can you eat other fruits like bananas, blueberries, strawberries, figs, etc? Will that reduce the effectiveness of the CDS or MMS?

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Can You eat fruit while on CDS/MMS? 25 Apr 2024 16:37 #82186

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I know you can't eat citrus like lemons or oranges when using CDS or MMS, but can you eat other fruits like bananas, blueberries, strawberries, figs, etc? Will that reduce the effectiveness of the CDS or MMS?
 


I would eat them 1 hour or later after your last CD dose. I have mine after supper as dessert.
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Can You eat fruit while on CDS/MMS? 27 Apr 2024 17:07 #82199

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Vit. C prevents CD from doing its work.
That's why lemon and orange should be avoided. That's why the suggestion in the former response seems excellent.
In the morning the CD protocol starts aagain, with an empty stomach.😉
No food whatsoever should be eaten 1-1.5 hour before and after taking a dose, according to the instructions I've read.
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Can You eat fruit while on CDS/MMS? 19 May 2024 00:33 #82401

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from Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook" (e-book):

Though water is the ideal, if you cannot take MMS1
with water only, because the taste bothers you, some (not
all) natural juices are OK to use if they do not have harmful
preservatives and/or added Vitamin C or ascorbic acid, as
this will cancel out the effectiveness of MMS1. Fresh juice
is best. We have found apple, grape, and cranberry juice
to work well with MMS1, but again, it should be natural,
without preservatives and have no added Vitamin C (or
ascorbic acid). Never use orange or tangerine juice in any
form with MMS1. You may have these juices at least two
hours before or after your MMS1 protocol for the day.

NOTE that it is apparently ASCORBIC Acid, NOT Citric Acid, that is problematic.

I have heard different people give different levels of "acceptable" Vitamin C / Ascorbic Acid.
Basically, "the lower the better" in fruits and vegetables.
Compare anything with Oranges and Tangerines as "high" and
Apple, Grape, and Cranberry as "low". (based on comments above)

This will give you a general comparative idea for some:

ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminC-HealthProfessional/#h3

And there are similar tables and charts easily found on the InterWebs.
Sometimes it's hard to find good, reliable info, though.
(like one I looked at listed oranges as fairly low, which doesn't make sense)
 
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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".
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