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Thomas wrote: The picture I get is that you mean that Ables advice is harming us? Are you talking about Molybdenum and the stuff in it which in the end is doing more harm then good.
…I know you are talking about Chlorella and Cilantro etc etc… Where did Able suggested that to us or is that part of the Molybdenum?
Thomas, I’ve mentioned both chlorella and cilantro on the forum before; chlorella is a type of algae. In research, types of algae including chlorella were capable of separating and removing heavy toxins such as lead, zinc, silver, copper and mercury. Cilantro is an herb from coriander leaves used for general detoxing.
Are you talking about Molybdenum and the stuff in it which in the end is doing more harm then good.
Neither chlorella nor cilantro are part of Molybdenum which is a mineral. I’m guessing that Jorge is talking about chelators such as chlorella and cilantro pulling mercury from the fillings and into the body; however, chelators bind tightly to metals, therefore this wouldn’t be a problem; the toxins would simply be excreted along with the chelator.
Source: The American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1995
Jorge has actually recommended Molybdenum on the forum before.
Posted Dec. 29, 2011 Subject: “Die-off back in my life”
Chelated Molybdenum (a mineral) brakes down acetaldehyde in acetic acid, then the detox organs are able to excrete it. This is why molybdenum is important to detox acetaldehyde.
NOTE: The majority of mercury is leached from a filling within a few years of the amalgams being placed, plus, in cases of a decent diet, most if not all of the remaining mercury is removed by dietary chelating agents of which there are many.