a reply to: Stormdancer777
After I had medicines cause a lot of damage to my organs, I was weak and had no desire to do anything. When I first took the multimineral it made me
stronger, almost as strong as I was before five years of being messed up on the meds. My problem was sulfites building up too high I suppose, the
body increases sulfites to fight disease. Allergy to Sulfa drugs is all over in my family. Sulfa drugs destroy the pterins that form molydopterins
plus other pterins. This brings up the bodies ability to kill some microbes. Now, if you have too much sulfites, because they do not turn back to
sulfates, it can cause the body to destroy ourselves. Sulfites also can destroy our own cells if they get too high. Since there are about four or
more enzymes made from molybdenum, increasing the detox of any of these can cause problems with the other. So if you eat foods containing
nitrosamines or xanthene, which coffee contains, you need more molybdenum in your diet. Now nitrites change to nitrates and are further broken down
in the body with an enzyme and are excreted. If they don't break down they can't get excreted and these nitrogen compounds can slow aptopsis of
damaged cells, leading to mutated cells living and reproducing. This can turn into a tumor or even cancer.
So, now eating too much sulfites can lead to not enough molybdenum to detox the nitrates. Remember, nitrogen compounds are created when we exercise,
the muscle breaks down releasing a product, this increases our heartrate and dialates the blood vessels so our blood pressure doesn't go through the
roof. Too much molybdenum can cancel out this effect, and can lead to not having the heart beat rise or dialation of blood vessels. So I say to take
a small dose and increase foods moderately to make up for differences in the diet at different times. If you eat a brat and hot dog, make sure to eat
something as a companion food to help. Broccoli and cauliflower have ample supplies, and the goiterogenic properties can help to relax you at the
party. Beer is produced from whole grain barley and hopps and because of this it has molybdenum in it as these grains and oats have this mineral. So
a beer with a brat works fine.
Companion foods is the clue. Now if you do not eat much sulfur food or foods containing nitrogen, there is also another problem that can happen and
people get weak. Sulfur foods are good for the blood and detoxing but many people avoid them possibly because they can't properly cancel out the
sulfites. Now if you get sick, just reduce the molybdenum. this will increase the sulfites in the body and help to fight the bug. Also
acetylaldehyde dehyrogenase uses molybdenum, so if you drink you need more molybdenum or the sulfites molybdenum is used to detox the alcohol. But
remember, beer does contain molybdenum, but they also stop the beer from getting stronger with sulfites. So the next day, you have a hangover from
the acetylaldehyde or from the sulfites or both. I hated hangovers, you cannot become an alcoholic if you get hangovers every time you drink. It
took me years but I did learn not to drink more than two beers at a time, and I don't even feel like drinking much at all anymore. Alcohol also
thins the blood as sulfur does and stimulates the liver to detox.
I keep trying to look at the good properties of food and try to neutralize the bad. I love BBQ food, I don't want to be eating spinach, cows don't
even eat spinach.
I've been pondering over some new information I learned about certain goiterogens. This will require me to read another hundred articles about the
exact metabolic processes. Knowing exactly how the types of goiterogens work and cause thyroid issues is my next big challenge, they know but they
don't tell us, I need to look at specialized research articles that I can find here and hopefully in Europe. I need to get a bigger computer so I
can load translators for many different languages on it. I like German research, but often it is in German.
I hope I didn't confuse too many people