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    jazzeravfc
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    hello,

    I have been battling candida with moderate success, recently I started using enzymes, I recently ordered a new one, when it arrived I noticed it contained ‘ATP PRO’ which includes magnesium citrate and Alpha Lipoic Acid’ I am wary about taking it now as I don’t want to lose my progress are these safe to take? thanks in advance for advice 🙂

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    raster
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    ALA is a chelating agent and is seen as generally safe.

    -raster

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    Rabelais
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    ALA, being a chelating agent, will remove minerals and co-enzymes from your body. If you’re low on these already, you should not take ALA-containing products for too long.

    If you are currently not low on minerals and co-enzymes, your body could tolerate ALA for a while.

    Rabalais

     

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