want2bike wrote:Each area decides for itself wheither to dump this poison in the water. The fluoride they are dumping in the water is not the sodium fluoride found in nature but the hazardous waste fo the fertillizer industry. It seems to be better for industry to dump this in our water than spend money to dispose of it. Many countries around the world do not allow this. We need to wake up and join them. People with disease should not be putting toxins in the body. Fluoride is not an essential vitamin or mineral. It is toxic to the body.
MS is not a condition of too much fluoride. MS is a condition of too many toxins in the body. Doesn't matter if the toxins are fluoride, mercury, lead, foreign viruses, drugs or anything that is not suppose to be in your body.
When you get more of the toxins than your body can handle you get disease. Everyone has different genes so that will determine the disease you get.
The only way to get well is stop putting toxins in the body and give your body the vitamins and minerals it needs to repair itself.
is it plausible that some people in indonesia have poor zinc status and that in some, related enzyme dysfunction could be a contributing factor?
I don't know the answer definitely
sounds like the situation you describe would tend to support the research finding of poor zinc status.
"What is it that healthy person has and pwMS doesn't or the other way around?"
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