Hveragerthi: But even basic chemistry calls in to some of the claims being made. For example, if you look at the reactivity series of metals most heavy metals are low on reactivity, especially mercury. This means that nearly anything can displace it such as calcium, potassium, sodium, etc. Considering how common these compounds are in the diet mercury should be readily displaced by something as simple as a calcium supplement. So why is it that the same reaction you are claiming from iodine stirring up the heavy metals is not experienced by everyone since the more reactive elements are so common in the diet?
Troll: This has got to be the most idiotic statement you have ever made on curezone. It truly shows how ignorant you are. Inorganic mercury is readily methylated in the intestines where it becomes bioaccumulative and binds strongly with proteins.
To point out how incredibly stupid you are, think just for a moment: If sodium, potassium, and calcium can so effectively displace mercury, then why does the FDA and EPA issue warnings for fish consumption due to their high mercury content? Are you telling me the mercury loaded fish who live in the ocean are difficient in sodium calcium and potassium? You truly are a dumbass.
I don't see how anyone could not understand the concept of the fish swimming in water with mercury. After all the mercury has to dissolved in the water to become part of the food chain, which the predatory fish feed on being exposed to higher amounts of mercury than the fish they are feeding on. And he calls me a dumb***? LOL!!!
I mean does this person really think that displacing mercury somehow makes it magically disappear?Sometimes people really amaze me to think they somehow made it this far in life without receiving a Darwin Award.