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GiGi
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http://www.mercuryexposure.org/index.php?article_id=39
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Thanks for the information and reminder!

A chlorella which is grown in test tubes (will not absorb mercury from the soil/ environment as other chlorella may) which my chelation MD used was E-Lyte. Unfortunately, it is expensive.

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Thanks for the reminder!

Another summary:

- chlorella few times a day (or Sauerkraut, apple pectin, Chitosan)
- enough omega 3 (clean, fish oils and/or flaxseed oil)
- bear garlic
- after initial metal detox phase (when intestines are cleared of metals after months of chlorella), start taking and/or rubbing cilantro 1x day. Only increase if you stand intoxication symtpoms
- butter/ ghee/ eggs/ sunflower oil
(4 parts of sunflower : 1 part of flaxseed oil)
(- evening primrose oil)
- high protein diet
- take electrolytes
- eat low grain diet
- lots of calcium
- goat whey or sheep whey or cow whey
- mineral supplementation

for kids:
- chlorella
- bear garlic
- lots of protein
- Oils: flaxseed oil/ omega 3 from fish/ butter/ sunflower oil
- electrolytes
(- evening primrose oil)
- diet rich in calcium

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Thanks for this wonderful article.

I read it first thing this morning and discussed it with my husband on our 30 min ride to work. I thought about it all day and now I am enjoying it again tonight.

It comes at a very good time for me.

Thanks again!

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Lalalu (or others),

Does anyone know if the E-Lyte chlorella is of the broken cell-wall variety?

- Andrew

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Andrew, why not contact the people who sell it.
You probably get all the correct answers in writing if you go ask.

I have never used E-Lyte Chlorella and am probably more familiar with chlorella than most people on this board. E-lyte (as an electrolyte supplement) was an electrolyte that was sold under the same name by the same female doctor; so when I first saw E-Lyte mentioned a day or so ago by someone on the board, I assumed someone made a mistake. But maybe the chlorella got some elctrolytes added to it. You might want to find out in detail before you purchase.

Take care.

to anyone else: please note that the presentation of Klinghardt/Kane took place six years ago in Zuerich. In fact, I attended the same presentation between the two in Germany that same year. It was worth seeing and hearing. Dr. K. translated every sentence as the female Dr. K. spoke and it was fabulous. Most of the audience were German therapists, Klinghardt trained. They have hundreds of them overthere. Look up the INK.de list of therapists.

Note: The translation on my post above was done by someone else and is a bit so-so. But you get the message, I hope.

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