rogeriorissi;58902 wrote: First, do you think there is a place in every corner of the world where you can test for heavy metals? Think again. Second, do you believe 100% in the results of the tests, or better, any kind of tests, not only those for heavy metals? Let’s say the tests results are negative, will the person get better? I don’t think so, right? Lastly, do you aprove chemoterapy, for example?
Bonus question: Did you ever chelate?
I sense anger in your response.
This is not necessary. I am not trying to stop you from chelating. I am not saying you are stupid.
All I wanted to do was give you additional information. Show you another side of the picture.
I have done that. You seem to have rejected my information.
That’s fine with me. Really.
Because it’s your choice. No-one can make this choice but you yourself. If you elect to listen to certain information and ignore other information, that’s fine with me. It really is.
What matters to me is that you have now made an informed decision. Even if that’s a decision that I would not make. But hey, you’ve now got all information, and you’ve made up your mind. That’s fine. No need to be angry.
I’m not sure whether you’d like me to answer your question. On one hand, I have this feeling that you were only expressing your anger. On the other hand, you did ask these questions.
So now I’m in doubt.
To be on the safe side, I’ll answer your questions. If these questions were only meant to be rhetorical, simply ignore my answers.
Your first question: chemotherapy.
I think that’s a great comparison.
Let’s say that you feel a bit tired lately, and that you have a bit of almost-diarrhea every other day. Things like that happen every now and then, don’t they?
But now let’s say that your late uncle John had the same symptoms. But in his case, it turned out that his feeling tired and his almost-diarrhea were the first signs of colon cancer. Unfortunately for your uncle John, the doctors didn’t recognise this until it was too late. They did try to cure him through chemotherapy, but it was too late, and John died six weeks later.
So now what do you do when you feel a bit tired and have some almost-diarrhea, just like your late uncle John?
Do you say: “heck, I just might have colon cancer too, so let’s start chemotherapy as soon as possible?”
Or would you rather visit a doctor, tell your uncle’s sad story, tell him that you have the same symptoms and you are now very worried, and that you’d like to have a test, possibly a colonoscopy, to check whether or not you have colon cancer? And then re-test after a month if the first test says you have no colon cancer, and immediately start chemotherapy if you do happen to have colon cancer?
I’d opt for the second choice: first test, and undergo chemotherapy if and only if you have colon cancer. I’d stay away from the first choice, which would mean you would undergo chemotherapy “just in case”.
But here too your choice might be different from mine, just as in the case of chelation. That’s fine. It’s your body, your health, your choice.
Your second question: chelation.
No, I never chelated. I have no reason to believe I suffer from any metal poisoning. Therefore, I would never chelate.
I really only apply a cure if I suffer from the corresponding condition.
Again, I’m not sure whether you really expected me to answer these questions. But anyway, I like to have an open communication, so here are my answers. Do with them whatever you like. Whether you ignore them, accept them, reject them, or whatever: that’s entirely up to you. Whatever you decide, it’s fine with me.