Transcript Although severe iodine deficiency was eliminated in the United States nearly a century ago, after the introduction of iodized salt, iodine intake has declined in recent decades. Public health efforts to limit salt intake to decrease cardiovascular risk, in conjunction with increasing use of non-iodized salt, may in part be to blame. Now, not adding salt to foods is a good thing, as sodium is considered the second leading dietary killer in the world—second only to not eating enough fruit. But in the U.
People don't follow orders exactly, make changes, and aren't professional enough to calculate the exact molecular weights of the reactants, and balance the formula.
People need to buy a professionally made product. Jim believes that MMS gets completely changed into chlorine dioxide in the stomach, if you swallow it. This is no more true than what happens when activating MMS in a glass beaker. It takes food to stimulate the secretion of gastric fluid, and then the HCl is only 0.
And acidifying sodium chlorite does not produce chlorine dioxide as the first step. It produces chlorous acid, HClO2. And citric acid can have the taste problem. Luckily, the leftover sodium chlorite is also a disinfectant, although it is much harsher than chlorine dioxide, and not as selective.
Also, the acidification of 1. Acidified Sodium Chlorite is used by many food processing companies, and the short-lived chlorous acid is also a disinfectant.
Sodium chlorite is a different animal. Afterwards, one corner of my lips hurt, and my gums were red and sore, with a small amount of bleeding when brushed.
This took several days to heal.
That's called the LD50, lethal dose. For a lb person, that's a little over 7 grams. In another test, with cats, a single dose of 1. This loss does reverse back into normal hemoglobin over time.
Another 13 week study found very serious consequences at the highest doses; death, increased spleen and adrenal weights, ulceration, chronic inflammation and edema in the stomach. So it's safer to use only chlorine dioxide alone. Under some circumstances, calcium hypochlorite, MMS2, solutions can decompose to form some chlorate.
In water it reacts to form hypochlorous acid and calcium hydroxide. This is the same chemistry as Clorox, sodium hypochlorite.
The hydroxide part is caustic. It eats into body tissue. It's well known that these pool chemicals can irritate the eyes, if you swim a long time. He notes that hypochlorous acid is formed in the body. However it is formed inside white blood cells when they find an invading micro-organism, and only then.
So it works only on the invader.
Normal mammalian body cells, as well as bacteria, do not have a catalytically active detoxifying mechanism for it.
So the hypochlorous acid can destroy body tissue as well as invaders. And ingesting it puts it in your bloodstream and body. Also, it's not as effective as chlorine dioxide. So it offers nothing new.
No one should ingest MMS2, calcium hypochlorite, in any way.Side Effects of Iodine Supplements Iodine, a trace mineral, plays an essential part in the manufacture of thyroid hormones by the thyroid gland.
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It’s cheaper, more natural, and doesn’t contain one hundred extra ingredients you’ve never heard of (and can’t even pronounce). Although severe iodine deficiency was eliminated in the United States nearly a century ago, after the introduction of iodized salt, iodine intake has declined in recent decades.
Low iodine raises the risk of developmental problems in babies. Iodine plays a key role in thyroid health. As a treatment, iodine helps with goiters (enlargements of the thyroid gland) and low thyroid hormone levels. After exposure to radiation, iodine can provide some protection against thyroid damage.
Iodine may have other uses. There is some bad news, though, for those trying to eat healthy. Dietary intake studies have shown that vegans, on average, are not getting the recommended daily intake of three nutrients: calcium, iodine.