The Use Of Supplements During Chelation – Post 18
There’s a lot of talk in the UK press currently by NHS clinicians alleging that supplements being consumed by the UK public for a range of symptoms are not effective.
There is no recognised detox programme for chronic dental ingestion and Oral-Electro galvanism suggested by British Dentistry and General Medicine so it is unwise for those clinicians to offer any advice or diagnosis including information about the quality of supplements to patients diagnosed with severe chronic dental ingestion.
“Overall, during chelation therapy mobilization must equal excretion, so adequate hydration and bowel regularity are essential. A variety of products may assist in interrupting enterohepatic recirculation of toxicants.
Pharmaceutical chelating agents may also be considered, to assist with mobilization and excretion.”
“Chelating agents will mobilize the most readily available metals first. Oral supplementation including additional minerals and vitamins are essential to aid recovery”.
Being diagnosed with chronic elemental mercury poisoning sped up by Oral-Electro galvanism, required chelation which is a method of removing certain heavy metals from the blood stream, used especially in treating lead or mercury.
During the chelation, food consumption was maximised to provide best nutritional values but additional heavier use of supplements were, and still are, needed to support the body particularly after the end of the dental treatment removing mixed metals from the mouth (which included amalgams which were severely leeching mercury into the body).
Colder UK months required more supplements to be added to the diet.
Lots of walking and periods of rest were taken daily, essential to try and keep fit even with severe aching joints.
It has been known for many years that there are experienced therapists who have had patient successes using a range of methods to remove toxins, partly with the help of supplements, by mineral antagonism.
The Mineral Relationship Wheel
The Mineral Relationship Wheel, a visual tool, was developed by Ken Eck of Analytical Research Labs, Pheonix Arizona providing insight into how minerals interact with other minerals in the body.
For example, Maganese (Mn) which is known to work in tandem with mercury depletes Magnesium (Mg), Iodine (I) and Fluorine (F). There is mutual antagonism with Selenium (Se).
The Wheel was particularly of interest because mercury and nickel mineral relationships were followed and where certain foods were removed from the diet, being replaced by other “better” foods which would have a “boost” effect of the minerals being depleted by mercury, and a “knock-on” deprivation effect to others, to aid faster recovery. It was painstaking work measuring and analysing every type of food in the diet in this way before purchasing the foods and consumption, but consider it helped enormously to speed up the chelation process during the first 2-3 years.
The mineral relationship wheel was highlighted in Louisa Williams book ‘Radical Medicine’ being a most helpful book to aid recovery.
During the first two years, supplements were taken more heavily, to support the diet, for boosting vitamins, zinc, magnesium, calcium, and selenium, using the mid-priced, quality brand, Solgar.
Balancing food minerals correctly was sometimes tricky but supplements were, and still are, most definitely needed due to the debilitating effects of mercury now ‘resting in the bones’ throughout the body.
There really isn’t any scientific way to measure the amount deposited in the bones currently.
Tests of the blood, urine, and hair for mercury are available but do not relate well to the actual amount deposited in the body. The “Tri-test” is better suited to acute cases than chronic indicating levels of the toxicity and being excreted.
Much of the chelation success has been ‘getting to know your body signals’ and adjust supplement levels accordingly.
No two patients suffering from chronic dental ingestion poisoning will require identical detoxification, therefore, this information can only act as a guide to this successful detoxification programme.
By the start of year 4 of chelation, 1-2 magnesium supplements were taken daily of the 4 allowed daily, along with a weekly magnesium infused bath, the extra magnesium is effectively obtained by bathing in Epsom Salts. At the very start of chelation, baths were being taken daily, for example, soaking for at least 30 minutes allowing the magnesium to soak into the whole body. It was a very effective way of balancing and correcting a low magnesium level.
It is well known that the UK population is severely mineral depleted, especially magnesium. Read > Ancient Minerals.
During the fourth year of chelation, the amount of support supplements were considerably reduced. Zinc was obtained by eating those foods rich in zinc, such as organic red meat, Vitamin C by eating an organic orange daily, being an estimated 75% of the vitamin C required daily, Calcium from plenty of organic milk, cheese and other dairy foods, Selenium from the organic brazil nut consumed daily, being and estimated 100% of the daily requirement need of selenium in the body, Sulphur and Iodine from plenty of organic free-range eggs, at least 12 being eaten during a week, and so forth.
During the UK winter months additional multi-vitamin supplement supports used such as Vitamin C and D were taken.
Now in the fifth year of chelation, fresh organic food is still prepared daily making up approximately 50% raw diet. Cooking only involves steaming, lightly boiled or saute processes. No microwave cooking, baking, roasting, grilling or other methods used.
Read more information regarding organic foods consumed to balance minerals. Post 17.
Posts are in numbered order for completeness. You may like to read the next post 19 which provides evidence of using everyday equipment as improvements of health.
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