I agree, 35407.
Little bits of information from all sorts of places have brought me to the point of looking at our veggies in a different way.
There is no way our veggies DON'T contain at least some calcium and magnesium. I don't think the plants would grow otherwise.
An infomercial suggested that supplementary calcium and magnesium should be combined with lemon juice, all three in ratio, to be available for absorbtion. I disremember the proportions. (The product was Cal-Max.)
So, do-it-yourselfer that I am, I figured to add a splash of lemon juice to veggies, especially leafy greens.
I did so once, after I had made that determination, but my lemon ran out, so I followed with apple cider vinegar...for a few days. It tasted great...and I felt fine.
Then I was reminded of fermentation and that it doesn't do much good if a person is reducing candida, fungus, etc. So I quit for a while.
Lemon juice is Vitamin C, I believe...and there is a massive shortage of that going around. Why?...when Vitamin C is in so many things, especially veggies. Are we just not getting our veggies soon enough after picking?
Iodine, too...and mineral imbalances.
I am looking at kelp and other seaweeds. Someone pointed out that seaweeds contain Vitamin C, plus much more, including magnesium and calcium.
It is quite easy to enhance broths with crushed dried kelp...even starting with plain water. Just in case, a person could add crushed kelp AFTER cooking the veggies for soup.
Sea Salt , of at least two kinds, contain oodles of good minerals...and if you soak in a one percent (1%) solution, at 97 degrees, for 20 to 30 minutes, you don't have to know what you 'need'...osmosis balances the mineral content of the fluid between ones cells...automatically. I'll insert the URL here...
Perhaps there is enough magnesium and calcium in good-salts to do the trick in baths, alone. I know that two simple footbaths had a surprisingly good effect on me. Maybe an Epsom Salt bath is a good thing, too.
I think you are on exactly the right track.
Today's reading leads me to biofilms, the sticky substances within. One person suggested that 'critters' tend to thrive in biofilms...and that these films may be the source of all dis-ease.
My reading further suggested that garlic, hyssop, and cloves are the substances which break up biofilms.
Other suggestions seem to hint that biofilms/candida may cover heavy metals (and other substances?) to protect us. Perhaps they move out of our systems as these substances are removed...or, perhaps removal of biofilms and candida carry away the substances.
I don't know...I can only guess.
Modiflan is apparently a sea vegetable, and a chelator.
I've found brown rice is a fine substitute for wheat products. IP6 must be a good supplement.
I read a lot about Neem today, and I find it interesting. I also see that I have much more to learn.
I'll be searching for info on turmeric, as well.
We may even be 'guided' to things we need, a little of this, now, and something else tomorrow. I don't know, but there are surely a lot of happy coincidences on our paths, aren't there?
Makes me think that 'all roads lead to Rome', as the old saying goes.
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