Hey guys, it's been awhile since i've posted- used to do so from time to time here about Rev. Cottrell's DTM sessions. Awhile back, Cayce's '4 elements' for health were discussed. I made and uploaded a video that talks all about these. Enjoy :)
i am currently taking 13 drops of SSKI on a daily basis. this is about 400mg of KI or 300mg of total iodine.i find that if i take more its too much and if i take less its too little. i know from all the experience on the iosup forum that individual dosage can vary greatly.
interesting that the rev added iron to the list. something very curious is up with iron and iodine. my dad has not had to have blood drawn for his hemochromatosis in almost a year since taking iodine. concurrently, a group in australia has been conducting studies on the effect of iodine with people of low iron. one of the participants posts here and she says that iodine has raised her ferritin levels. so iodine is normalizing iron in the bodies of a genetically high iron person and a person with chronic low iron.
Hi Trap. Yes those are valid points and also some time back someone (Grz? Not sure anymore) had posted some data that suggested those supplementing with iodine would not reap the full benefit if their iron levels were low. Certain veggies are a great source of iron as well as lean meats. But as Rev. Douglas says in the video, it all depends on assimilation- if digestion is weak and inadequate, it matters little what foods one intakes as even nutrients from good food won't get absorbed.
There was a study done on the elderly as well, as they manifested symptoms of vitamin/mineral deficiencies, and the researchers thought it was the diets of these men and women and instead, it was found they consumed nutritious food in their retirement home but apparently their absorption was too poor for the nutrients to be utilized by the body. All depends on assimilation and elimination, the latter being so pivotal. Ask nursing home caregivers about the elderly and they will tell you an extremely common issue amongst the aged, is irregularity. At that point the pH goes acidic (all the acidic waste not being removed properly) and health tumbles.
One needs cholesterol/bile salts to best *absorb* (create energy) from foods eaten - and to open up elimination channels in order to better remove toxins.
Healthy fats\oils during the meal (not crappy fake\refined fats and oils) and full spectrum salt (Real, Himalayan, Celtic, or even the Cayce salt mix from Heritage) during the meal, and bicarb (several hours after the meal) should help this out in time. The bicarb is probably best utilized a few hours after a meal... unless taken as Ted on earth clinic suggests, along with a complimentary amount of weak acid such as ACV... or fresh lime\lemon juice.
As Ted suggests, if one is sensitive to sodium, they can take a 50/50 mix (this can be adjusted) of sodium and potassium bicarb...
Raw dairy products contain lactoferrin, along with good fats, and a touch of iodine (especially if the animal's udder is washed with iodine before milking) that helps to utilize iron as it should be, or eliminate excess.
I like the several strong references to moderation in the vid.