Hi pardon me, my english is not so good, so i may interpreted your statements incorrectly. Please correct me if i'm wrong.
I'm just trying to brainstorming and challenging the facts about this topic. I haven't got into the analytical phase yet.
want2bike wrote :
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.
My question (brainstorming one):
1. Are you talking about fluoride alone or toxins in general involved in MS development?
2. Do you have any scientific prove (research/study) that MS is caused by too many toxins in the body or it is just your assumption?
3. Could other-known-disease (caused by toxin) met the same criteria as MS as McDonald criteria said?
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.
1. I agree toxins is bad for our body, but we're talking about MS aren't we?
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.
1. We who lives especially in big cities or city with many industrial factories have to face the toxic environment everywhere there's poluted air, poluted water, poluted soil. How can we stop it, putting toxin in our body?
2. Do you aware that too much vitamins can caused neurological symptoms as well?
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, but may i share the facts that i see and hear about jakarta? (i don't have any statistic of my statements here)
1. Jakarta is the most populated city here in indonesia, why? because by my experience the traffic jam is overwhelming in every part of jakarta n it's always like that everyday, everyhour (maybe only at midnight it's lessen). So there's supposed to be poluted air everywhere that i shared with other people live here.
2. Jakarta is inhabited by many people living under the regional-minimum-wage (we called it UMR). Or may i say many poor people live here. Many people live with lack of access to healthy life (such as nutritious foods n access to medical care).
3. There's many different diseases suffered by people lived in Jakarta because of malnutrition (esp. in the poor ones).
4. Jakarta, as the capital city of indonesia, has many hospitals, but not all have the same standardized equipments and doctors. I don't know if every hospital here have a test of zinc level in our body available.
That's the informations i can share with you. Thank you.