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Posted by GiGi (Member # 259) on :
 
http://www.hputest.nl/evraag.htm

Don't miss addressing KPU. It is major.

Take care.
 
Posted by apljack (Member # 14233) on :
 
Maybe this is why I can't get well. I'll take a look at this.

Do doctors know about this or is this another "it's all in your head" diagnosis and maybe you should see a shrink? "Stop reading the internet and you'll feel better".

Self-treat?
 
Posted by Hambone (Member # 29535) on :
 
What exactly is KPU? I looked at this link, but didn't understand what it is. I clicked on another link within this link, and it was in another language.
 
Posted by momlyme (Member # 27775) on :
 
http://betterhealthguy.com/joomla/images/stories/PDF/kpu_klinghardt_explore_18-6.pdf
 
Posted by GiGi (Member # 259) on :
 
HPU and KPU is the same. Scroll down to the video.

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:uablF1y5HXcJ:planetthrive.com/2010/04/hpukpu-protocol-for-lyme-and-autism/+kpu+klinghardt&cd=7&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
 
Posted by Tammy N. (Member # 26835) on :
 
Here is a great article on the topic:
http://betterhealthguy.com/joomla/images/stories/PDF/kpu_klinghardt_explore_18-6.pdf

And a great video of Dr. K on the topic (previously posted by Gigi:)
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:uablF1y5HXcJ:planetthrive.com/2010/04/hpukpu-protocol-for-lyme-and-autism/+kpu+klinghardt&cd=7&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
 
Posted by Hambone (Member # 29535) on :
 
Wow, thanks! This is very interesting.
 
Posted by Healing in Santa Cruz (Member # 7798) on :
 
I was high positive on the urine test. I am so glad I have been in treatment. All lyme and co treatment just made me sicker. I can tell I am finally detoxing like a body should.Joyce
 
Posted by Healing in Santa Cruz (Member # 7798) on :
 
Here's an article my Md wrote click on articles A new breakthrough for chronically ill patients. http://www.drrandy.org
 
Posted by Healing in Santa Cruz (Member # 7798) on :
 
I like the book Depression Free Naturally by Joan Matthews Larson Its not all about KPU but has a good questionnaire and info. Hard to find a doc that believes it and I would not do the protocol without an MD. You can get into trouble as the body starts dumping big time metals and toxins. Most know it by KPU. [Smile]
 
Posted by GiGi (Member # 259) on :
 
Hambone, www.hputest.nl
notice you can click on the language that you understand. HPU/KPU is much more known and treated in Europe - you will even find the doctors and labs on the site who deal with it.
Books have been written by Euro MD's. We are just lagging a bit behind.

When I first became aware of KPU via Dr. K. and a German book he gave me on the subject, of labs in Europe, etc., I ordered a test kit from overthere. A plastic container with some instructions. The FDA confiscated it. I didn't bother to answer their reams of questionnaires, did ART and we reached our decision that way.

Take care.
 
Posted by jlp38 (Member # 27221) on :
 
quote:
When I first became aware of KPU via Dr. K. and a German book he gave me on the subject, of labs in Europe, etc., I ordered a test kit from overthere. A plastic container with some instructions. The FDA confiscated it.
Down with the FDA! [Smile]
 
Posted by Need Lots of Help (Member # 18603) on :
 
I have recently become aware of KPU. How can you find a doctor to test and treat for it?
 
Posted by GiGi (Member # 259) on :
 
Have just gone through some correspondence I had with Dr. K. relating to mineral levels.

If you cannot determine through the urine test for KPU or turn out negative, the hair test done by Doctor's data ($46) will help: " If you are low in manganese, lithium and molybdenmum, you have KPU even if it may not have shown in the urine test you may have done." Dr. K.'s words.

Of course, the DD hair test will tell you a lot more. I posted about it a couple three weeks ago how to interpret the hair test in order to establish toxic metal retention/or release. Detox won't work if metals are deficient.

That test for me has always been a little goldmine. If the toxic metals are finally leaving, they do show up in the hair, i.e. they are on their way out! If not, you need to check for KPU and provide the right conditions for release. I firmly believe also that most people who retain toxic metals are allergic to the worst ones of them and need to do the AI test and therapy to correct these dysregulations in the DNA. Then and with KPU corrected, you will be able to release these toxins.

Sometimes people retain them because of an emotional conflict that needs to be solved. AI solves many of the emotional blockages - which is sort of nice and painless. I relived a few World War II experiences for brief seconds with the AI drops. If you have KPU, you may want to start CORE, at least a capsule or two or all four (daily ration). Find a muscle tester or a doctor who has caught on to this major problem that needs to be solved to release toxins.

Take care.
 
Posted by Hambone (Member # 29535) on :
 
GiGi,

What is AI?
 
Posted by Idesign50 (Member # 7685) on :
 
GiGi, I downloaded the questionaire and it said to check all that apply. I tried that and when I tried to check things off with my mouse, it would't check anything. Am I doing something wrong???????????????????????
 
Posted by momlyme (Member # 27775) on :
 
It is a word document... those dots are list markers, not clickable boxes. Just print it out and check things off with a pen or pencil.
 
Posted by hiker53 (Member # 6046) on :
 
Hambone--AI is allergie-immun Google it and you will find an English version (German company). There is a long thread on this here at Lymenet.

Hiker53
 
Posted by Hambone (Member # 29535) on :
 
I got my KPU test results back today. Not so sure I understand the results, but I think maybe it means I'm borderline KPU.
 
Posted by YankeeMom (Member # 26692) on :
 
I'm wondering about this and what is meant by low. I have done hair tests on everyone in the family. two of us have these lower but not all of them in the yellow or red. And two have most higher. Does that mean for sure they don't have HPU? Those two both have low zinc and low copper as well as lot of unbalanced minerals and they both test positive for Lyme.

I tried to send a private message but for the life of me couldn't figure out how to. Hopefully someone who knows about this will answer.


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Originally posted by GiGi:
Have just gone through some correspondence I had with Dr. K. relating to mineral levels.

If you cannot determine through the urine test for KPU or turn out negative, the hair test done by Doctor's data ($46) will help: " If you are low in manganese, lithium and molybdenmum, you have KPU even if it may not have shown in the urine test you may have done." Dr. K.'s words.

Of course, the DD hair test will tell you a lot more. I posted about it a couple three weeks ago how to interpret the hair test in order to establish toxic metal retention/or release. Detox won't work if metals are deficient.

That test for me has always been a little goldmine. If the toxic metals are finally leaving, they do show up in the hair, i.e. they are on their way out! If not, you need to check for KPU and provide the right conditions for release. I firmly believe also that most people who retain toxic metals are allergic to the worst ones of them and need to do the AI test and therapy to correct these dysregulations in the DNA. Then and with KPU corrected, you will be able to release these toxins.

Sometimes people retain them because of an emotional conflict that needs to be solved. AI solves many of the emotional blockages - which is sort of nice and painless. I relived a few World War II experiences for brief seconds with the AI drops. If you have KPU, you may want to start CORE, at least a capsule or two or all four (daily ration). Find a muscle tester or a doctor who has caught on to this major problem that needs to be solved to release toxins.

Take care.


 


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