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Old 09-05-2010, 06:47 AM
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I read so many conflicting ideas about what you can and cannot eat and drink while taking MMS:



Don't eat protein for two hours; drinking a little orange juice to get it down is ok; DO NOT drinking vitamin C with MMS; don't drink coffee with MMS; drinking coffee is ok; and on it goes.

My goodness.
What's a soul to do?

Do any of you knowledgeable gurus have ideas on this?
I need something to help me get this stuff down.
I'm up to 12 drops---6/6---three times a day, and it's gettin' tough.

Diet Pepsi works well.
Anyone know if the phosphoric acid in soda pop affects MMS?

Can I drink coffee with it?
Can I eat protein with it?
For that matter, can I eat ANYTHING with it?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Old 09-05-2010, 07:58 AM
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Anything of real importance is written on Jim's website. www.jimhumble.biz
Most of the things you mentioned I had not heard before.

Do not use juice with added vitamin C.
Best to take mms at least one hour after a meal and no more that 30 minutes before.

And if you want to heal your body you will dump that diet soda instantly.
Aspertame is a neurotoxin. Go to youtube and watch the series of videos called
"sweet misery"
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MMS does not take long to work in the body. After you take it, it goes to work immediately. When you first start taking it, it works best in the stomach clearing parasitical problems there. Then as the days go on, it gets further into the system. This is because, as MMS encounters its victims, it exchanges ion very aggressively. In the process, it destroys itself. This is chemical reaction, as MMS is a chemical.

It is best to give MMS the advantage it needs all alone in the stomach and digestive system. No need to have MMS destroy parasites in the digesting food. So give it some time, as specified in the protocol. Although, I admit that I haven't read the most recent protocol. I assume that it hasn't deviated from the original too much.

Ascorbic acid is a very powerful antioxidant. So powerful, that it can transform other oxidants into different substances, for example iodine (an oxidant). MMS is a very strong oxidant. Antioxidants and oxidants do not get along very well. It is supposed to be this way. If you are having an unpleasant reaction to one of your MMS doses, you can stop it nearly immediately by taking some ascorbic acid. My feeling is that any antioxidant should be treated the same way, while taking MMS.
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Hello, I am new to this and I wonder what the different process called denaturizing, mentioned in the Andreas Kalcker video on U-TUBE, for people with Hep-C, can anyone explain what it is?
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I read so many conflicting ideas about what you can and cannot eat and drink while taking MMS:

Don't eat protein for two hours; drinking a little orange juice to get it down is ok; DO NOT drinking vitamin C with MMS; don't drink coffee with MMS; drinking coffee is ok; and on it goes.

My goodness.
What's a soul to do?

Do any of you knowledgeable gurus have ideas on this?
I need something to help me get this stuff down.
I'm up to 12 drops---6/6---three times a day, and it's gettin' tough.

Diet Pepsi works well.
Anyone know if the phosphoric acid in soda pop affects MMS?

Can I drink coffee with it?
Can I eat protein with it?
For that matter, can I eat ANYTHING with it?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
The short answer I think is that if you are fighting cancer then basically it's time to go back to grazing. Eating is an addiction. You must treat it that way.
LOL! I am only kidding. I sympathize and I've found a lot of help on this subject at cancertutor.com Read up on alkaline forming foods versus acid forming foods. This will help to narrow things down. Peace
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I know you guys are going to try and tell me I'm wrong...But this MMS makes me leery. I don't know a whole lot about it at all so I can't be certain of my opinion on it. But somebody mentioned that it can cause adverse reactions?? See, I am skeptical of anything that does not come directly from nature. So basically, if you aren't picking it off a tree, I'm skeptical. If it is commercialized and sold as a product in the store, I'm skeptical. No, I do not currently live my life growing all my own food and medicine...but I sure hope to live that way someday.
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After further research I think what Andreas Kalcker meant by a different process for hep c called denaturizing.
Because hep c is a virus it continually replicates every hour so the treatment is to take a drop or two every hour as it kills the virus before it can replicate, as with any virus.
A bit more difficult to follow but if this stuff works I am all for it as hep c is a rigoruos treatment for cure, thanks so much for your feedback. Joe
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I know you guys are going to try and tell me I'm wrong...But this MMS makes me leery. I don't know a whole lot about it at all so I can't be certain of my opinion on it. But somebody mentioned that it can cause adverse reactions?? See, I am skeptical of anything that does not come directly from nature. So basically, if you aren't picking it off a tree, I'm skeptical. If it is commercialized and sold as a product in the store, I'm skeptical. No, I do not currently live my life growing all my own food and medicine...but I sure hope to live that way someday.
You can think what you want and be as leery as you want. But what I will tell you is that MMS has cured some very serious diseases that no fruit from any tree has been able to contend with.

And MMS is not commerically sold in stores.

Anything can cause an adverse reaction if you take too much. Perhaps you should study up on it. www.jimhumble.biz
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Well, that's why I was asking because I really don't know anything about it. I have no idea what it's cured and what it hasn't. I just don't like to believe in something without having any knowledge about it, that's all. I wasn't bashing it lol.
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I'm taking mms1 also, and avoid all Vit C for 4 hours before and after treatments. I only take 3 drops at a time, 8 times a day.Ther is no adverse reaction at this level, and if I eat before I take it or after, I try to wait 1/2 hour. As this isn't always possible, i console myself with the knowledge that if it kills pathogens in my food, then that's less for my immune system to do and it can devote more energy to fighting my cancer. As I do so many doses a day, I feel that quite a bit gets to where it needs to.I feel more pain after it hits the tumor and irritation starts.So I've been taking apricot kernels again as well, to numb the area as it kills more cancer.It seems to help, although I haven't heard for sure whether or not they are combatible treatments, and have seen posts of one healed person who did both as well.Watch out for juice that has Vit C in it without listing it. Most juice says 100% apple, for example, with no additives, but still has it in there.Orange juice is not ok for those treating cancer.The Vit C in lemon juice is different, and can be used at the 1 to 5 ratio for activating the MMS, but drinking or eating more lemon juice or vinegar can result in a faster activation and subsequent die off that can make you sick.Wait an hour after dosing at higher levels before eating anything like that.It's usually mostly used up in your system within an hour.

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Libby:
With all due respect to everyone who does this---and many people do---stop referring to ANY disease you may have as "yours" "his" "hers" "mine" "my" and so forth.

Cancer does not belong to you; it is a disease that has invaded your body and is trying to kill you. DO NOT "personalize" it and "claim" it as yours.

This is a conditioned response created by years of advertising using "your" and other such words by product developers that brainwashes people into personalizing diseases. If they can get you to personalize a disease, they stand a much better chance of selling you product.

Think about this:
When another country's army invades your country, do you call their army "my" army?

Well, cancer is a "foregin" army that has invaded your body. It is no more "your" army than that of any other invading force that invades the country in which you live.

Stop calling cancer "your" cancer and claiming it as your own, and encourage everyone else to do the same.
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Wow, Godsredeemer, I've seen you post this once before to someone.I see that you're committed to correcting what you feel strongly about, which is great. However,in my body, my cells have either been invaded or otherwise damaged in such a way to cause them to proliferate in an unuseful, unhealthy way, which is commonly called cancer. They are my cells, no one else's. They are unique to me because they are mine, My cells, my cancer.And calling what I have by a commonly recognised name does not lead me to be confused about facts, lies, propaganda, or causes that aren't helpful to my situation.Thanks for your concern, really. I don't take any prescription drugs, and no pain meds, not even aspirin. Which doesn't mean I'm painfree, or symptom free,I'm just not following a path I see as wrong for me.And I do take it personally that I have this. I take responsibility for the actions which I took that more than likely led to this condition, just as I'm taking action to correct it and will be the one responsible for making the much needed changes in my life. Please forgive if I continue to annoy you with my phrasing.
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Libby,

Correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems to me that you are blaming yourself for having cancer. You did not purposely give yourself caner, nor did you want it to happen to you! Don't ever blame yourself for a disease that you have, even if you physically did something to cause it. Can you blame an alcoholic for drinking once and getting alcoholism? I'm not saying people shouldn't take responsibility for a disease, but don't say it is your fault. Like godsredeemer said, cancer is something that "invaded" your body. It is nobody's fault but the cancer itself. So please don't be down on yourself for having it.

For example, I used to take too many pain killers. They weren't helping my pain, so I would gradually add one more pill. Finally I was completely messed up and I stopped them altogether. I haven't taken them since! I knew that what I did caused my problems...but I also didn't say it was my fault. It was an easy thing to get caught up in and I don't blame myself one bit. You shouldn't blame yourself either. It's just something that happened.
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Cancer does not belong to you; it is a disease
Cancer is not a disease, but rather a "condition".

A disease cannot be cured, however, a condition can be.
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Ok so I read a lot on Jim's website. I'm still not intending to say that MMS is a bad thing...but I'm still not convinced that it is a "miracle" supplement. I am not convinced that Jim is not just some geeky guy who is just out to get money. I am not denying the cures or saying it isn't effective. Heck, antibiotics are effective! They were effective for a long time but now superbugs have developed. How can we be sure that MMS is 1. Going to be the "miracle cure" forever and 2. Is it really ok for you to ingest this chemical in such high quantities?

It seems harmless now, but is it really? With more studies, could we eventually find out that it is doing more harm than good? At first when hearing the name "miracle mineral supplement", I assumed it was a mixture of different minerals. When I found out it was just chlorine dioxide, I was very shocked. If this is a chemical that is used to decontaminate water and other things...how is it proven to not harm our bodies? It obviously has some potency if it can kill all pathogens.

Jim claims that MMS does not harm friendly bacteria...Anyone with common sense would question this statement. How can the world be so perfect that one single chemical can kill all harmful bacteria while sparing all the good ones? It is impossible.

I am also wondering if this chemical is found isolated in nature anywhere. If it is, I would be less skeptical. As I have said before, I am not assuming MMS is not a wonderful thing. But I am still very skeptical after reading what Jim had to say. Jim's words were written a little immaturely and unprofessionally in my opinion. This makes me question his education. Just because someone claims to be educated doesn't mean that they really are.

I intend no offense to anyone who has been cured by MMS. But please respect my skeptic mind...

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