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Re: MMS vs H202
 
LoricaLady Views: 1,904
Published: 10 years ago
 
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Re: MMS vs H202


Quote: Just as an example, in one published study, H202 administration to rats at the concentration of 0.1% for 25 weeks produced measurable oxidative damage to liver, kidney and lung tissues of all the rats --- and most likely every place else they didn't specifically check. And it damages DNA.

My questions are, 0.1% concentration compared to what? 0.1% concentration of the total blood flow?? Of course too high doses of most anything will be harmful & over they overdo it with animal studies.

Quote: . And lab animals engineered to overproduce H202 degrading enzymes in certain parts of the cell live longer, healthier lives with potentially slowed aging. In one lifespan study, rodents engineered to overproduce peroxide-degrading enzymes just in the heart alone showed dramatically extended lifespans. And you're supplementing with it???

My other Q is, enginieered to overproduce how MUCH H2020 degrading enzymes as compared to what? Could you provide a link for that study. The devil is usually in the details.
 

 
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