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Hypersensitivity and/OR MCS

Discussion in 'Hypersensitivity and Intolerance' started by sleepy237, Jul 24, 2011.

  1. sleepy237

    sleepy237 Senior Member

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    Anyone cured/ improved theirs? I am trying everything to help and everything is going against me. I need to be able to tolerate some kind of medicine but I keep having reactions - just when I think I have made a little ground.
     
  2. caledonia

    caledonia

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    Yes, my MCS has improved 90% by doing Rich Vank's methylation protocol.

    The reason it works is it builds glutathione in the liver. You body depletes one glutathione molecule for every toxin molecule you breathe, eat, etc. If you're low in glutathione your body can't deal with the toxins. If you increase glutathione, you can start to deal with toxins again.

    In general, when you start anything new, start one thing at time so you can tell what's doing what. Start LOW and go SLOW. That means start with a fraction of a normal dose, and increase gradually as you tolerate the dose. The same thing holds true for the methylation protocol supplements.
     
  3. taniaaust1

    taniaaust1 Senior Member

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    My MCS is MUCH BETTER then it used to be (at one point it was very bad). In my own case I attribute it being better to me taking group care to avoid chemicals as much as possible and over time my reactions to things when I was then accidently exposed, got less and less. I can now handle many things I previously couldnt
     

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