“Now, there's just one problem to using any chelators. It takes every mineral out of the bloodstream in effect (or at least as much as it can "hold"). This means that not only the "bad" mineral that we're trying to get out is affected, but all the "good" (and necessary) minerals as well. So, whenever using any chelator, or using large amounts of vitamin C, BE SURE TO TAKE MINERAL SUPPLEMENTS TO REPLACE THESE "GOOD" AND NECESSARY MINERALS! “
He has a slightly different opinion than Larry Wilson. He believes you can replace mineral at the right ratios as Vitamin C is taking it out.
That seems tricky. Some minerals will come out faster than others. To be able to take and absorb all of them (including all trace minerals) so they stay in balance at the cellular level seems like it would be hard.
The seems to be why Wilson/Eck determined not to use large doses of Vitamin C. Wilson especially focuses on getting out toxic metals, and he of course knows that Vitamin C would do it more quickly. But has determined that it just isn’t worth it.
He uses Vitamin C.....just not in the order of 10 gms or more.