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Re: mms & the thyroid gland 04 Feb 2012 02:52 #11554

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My sister always separated her thyroid and blood clot medicienes by 2 hours of taking any mms. There has been no change in the data on her blood clot or thyroid tests.

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Re: mms & the thyroid gland 23 Feb 2014 00:08 #40364

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I am using MMS for Grave's Disease. I have been using it for over a year, without any negative side effects. My thyroid is much healthier now than it was. I am also doing the parasite protocol. I think parasites may be involved in more thyroid diseases than anyone guesses. Good luck and don't worry.
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mms & the thyroid gland 07 Mar 2014 07:15 #40946

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Virtually all thyroid disorders result from a nutritional deficiency of the minerals Iodine, Selenium, or both. Essentially everyone living in the U.S. is chronically deficient in both of these essential minerals, so it is surprising that there aren't even more people suffering from thyroid problems. Based on the latest scientific research, people need about 12mg of Iodine per day (same as the average Japanese) but get only about 1/100th that much from their diet. Same with Selenium - people need at least 200mcg per day, yet often get none at all from their food. Pharmaceutical drugs can not and are not intended to correct these nutritional deficiencies, but only mask the symptoms of the underlying problem.

Remember: The ideal and most profitable pharmaceutical drug is the kind which cures nothing, but the patient must take every day for the rest of their life. Thyroid drugs fall into this category, and suckers by the thousands line up to buy them - paid for by "health" insurance. Correct the underlying problem by taking Iodine and Selenium supplements, and the thyroid problems quickly and permanently disappear.

www.stopthethyroidmadness.com/selenium/

www.healthsalon.org/274/iodine-dr-guy-e-abraham-md/
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mms & the thyroid gland 09 Mar 2014 01:44 #40996

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I am on mms since 12 months and my thyroid and medications and testing are the same as it was before.
But you can retest your thyroid if you want.

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mms & the thyroid gland 11 Mar 2014 15:32 #41132

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Do you know if there is any conflict with MMS and iodine? I've read information from Dr. Brownstein and others about the benefits of iodine and its role against breast cancer and other cancers. Does MMS remove iodine from the body? Do elevated dosages of iodine block the action of sodium chlorite/chlorine dioxide in any way?

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mms & the thyroid gland 27 Jan 2022 00:58 #73675

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I have been on the MMS for 40+ days and my thyroid is actually getting better.   My labs came in and my doctor called and said to stop the Thyroid due to it being to high in the labs.   So I believe and would love to hear from anyone else if MMS has fixed the thyroid for anyone besides myself.   I have a serious systemic candida infection apparently for decades and the MMS is killing it off.  We believe the candida was effecting my thyroid and now that the candida is dying off the thyroid is healing.   Anyone else with similar experience?
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mms & the thyroid gland 08 Jul 2022 21:46 #76117

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Hey there! I have some similar issues as you and so Im wondering how you are doing because I am just starting my MMS journey as of this Monday, so I am on day 5. My issue is that I have a very bad systemic candida overgrowth as well! and I am hyperthyroid.

was wondering if your thyroid issue is hypo or hyper like mine? seeing as how this entry is from a few moths ago, ANY UPDATES? ive been struggling very very severely with a myriad of health issues and it finally feels like I might be close to fixing Everything has been placed on your front porch as requested. Have a great soon if I can figure out how to do this MMS properly. My main issue is sleeping! my brain won't shut off properly due to the hyperthyroidism and the candida overgrowth is also contributing because is very bad. the overgrowth has been getting better because ive been working with a physician who's been helping me follow the cell biosciences protocol but its gotten too pricey and im poor, so ive decided to make the switch to MMS for the candida but still use the other supplements Im prescribed to fix the thyroid. I take the thyroid stuff around the dosing window as prescribed.

the guy who told me about MMS said that I should do protocol 1000 but I keep seeing ppl saying here in the forum that they are doing the mold & fungus protocol. do you mind sharing what you have been doing please!

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mms & the thyroid gland 08 Jul 2022 22:05 #76118

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I did the protocol 1000 and I'm now on maintenance dose of 6 drops at night (it will make you sleepy)   We have cut my extra T3 out completely and doing more labs next week to check levels again.  Stick with it, my UTI's have cleared as well.  We are still not done with healing, but I am much better.   I wish I could find out where they do the training, if they are still doing it.

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mms & the thyroid gland 09 Jul 2022 01:28 #76122

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The only negative interaction I have heard about with MMS/CD is that it can cause
some birth control to not work. It generally seems to not interact with any medications
or anything like that. (AFAIK)

As for Frankensteinian Vivisection studies on non-human animals, I tend to avoid them
like the plague. They are VERY poor "science" AT BEST.

Since Candida is a mold/fungus, you should probably do the Bentonite Clay Mold/Fungus Protocol
first, otherwise the MMS may not work as well, or at all.

I always STRONGLY suggest and encourage people purchase, read, and study
Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".
 
NOTE: Any and all information supplied in online or offline communications that pertains to,
mentions, replies to inquiries about, and/or involves a discussion of, the information on my website,
ASpoonfulOfMedicine.com, falls under the Disclaimer on my website.

CHP – The Clean Health Protocol
www.ASpoonfulOfMedicine.com/

You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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