"This is why lithium is used to treat bipolar since it is more reactive than sodium that is responsible for the disorder"
Can you elaborate? I come from a family of "bipolars" as well as other mental health diagnoses. I always thought if I got too much sodium, I could ideally counteract it with the right amount of potassium. Are folks in my family eating too much sodium, are they eating the wrong kinds of sodium, are they relatively dehydrated, are they absorbing too much sodium, or a combination of these?
I understand about the higher elements displacing the lower ones, after reading parts of _The Fluoride Deception_ and _The Devil's Poison_ and the extreme reactivity of fluoride.
Would all this info be in Michael Murray's books? Thanks.
Bev (in between assignments - too much time on my hands)