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lyme987
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Looking for binders that have helped you've the most with mopping up toxins. I already use a good systemic enzyme.

Any suggestions? Something that if you didn't take you would definitely notice

thanks for any suggestions

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prayerworks
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Lyme987 may I ask what systemic enzyme you use. I need to get started on this as well.
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lyme987
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sure, I use Marcozyme-proteolytic Enzyme Supplement

I'm pretty sure you can get them online, I buy them from my doc, they make a big difference with me

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Thanks lyme987 - will look it up. Neprinol AFD was recommended to me by a naturpathic person.
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Bitten in Bergen
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Been on bio-challenge bind (has charcoal & pectin) - didn't notice too much - your results might vary.

We are now on cholestyramine - think it's helping DD. Too soon to tell for me.

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birdie67
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Activated charcoal has been good for me.
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sparkle7
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Psylium & clay are good -

FYI -

http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=120380

This formula is good, too -

Dr Schulze's Intestinal Formula #2 powder

INGREDIENTS:

Flax seed, Linum usitatissimum, Apple Fruit Pectin, Malus communis, Pharmaceutical Grade Bentonite Clay,
Psyllium seed and husk, Plantago psyllium, Slippery Elm inner bark, Ulmus fulva, Marshmallow root,
Althaea officinalis, Peppermint leaf, Mentha piperita and Activated Willow Charcoal, Salix alba.

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