Increase magnesium (at least 300 mg, and more if possible), and make sure that he is not getting more than 2 mg daily of manganese.
MYTH: Everyone should take calcium (or vitamin C, or anti-oxidants, etc.).
REALITY: Nothing could be further from the truth. Through Metabolic Typing, we know that any nutrient can have opposite effects in different Metabolic Types. This is why a nutrient can help correct a condition in one person, have little or no effect on another person, or worsen the same condition in a different Metabolic Type.
Thus the old adage, "one’s food is another’s poison." This is why you should only take those supplements that are right for your Metabolic Type. Every nutrient raises or lowers up to 9 other nutrients in your body. So taking therapeutic doses of vitamin C can actually, for example, cause cancer (vitamin C lowers copper, so if you are already deficient in copper and take high therapeutic doses of vitamin C, you can seriously compromise your immune system).
MYTH: Drink lots of orange juice to help get rid of a cold
REALITY: Colds and flus are viruses and viruses thrive in an alkaline biochemical environment. Citrus juice, because it is such a highly alkalinizing food, is one of the worst things you can ingest to prevent and fight off a cold or flu virus. Interestingly, cold weather produces an alkaline shift in the body.
Hair Test Interpretation: Finding Hidden Toxicitiesvividus wrote:Actually, a little more than a year ago we had our hair analysis done and mercury and copper were both very very high.
Andrew Hall Cutler wrote:Lipoic acid is sometimes recommended for the heart. DO NOT USE IT FOR THIS PURPOSE if you are mercury toxic!!!!!!! It will move mercury all over the place and make you incredibly sick! You have to use it in a careful and controlled manner as a chelating agent at the appropriate time!
What brand is it? Some are purer than others. I think Dr. Mark Sircus' website has links to one of the purer brands. I can search my records for one of the purer brands if you want.vividus wrote:Any comments on the transdermal magnesium??
His diet is mainly organic chicken, lots of small ocean fish
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