Sari Grove Molybdenum is found specifically in navy beans…But it is also found in farming fertilizers…If you grew up on our near a farm, your Molybdenum levels may be high from that…
Molybdenum will gunk up Skene’s gland in women & the Prostate gland in men…The antidote or opposite is Boron…Boron is found in a supplement or in Borax…The people I have met with excess Molybdenum lived near farms…They were not eating huge amounts of navy beans…
I would add Boron to the supplements you take( I did)…Some people choose Borax- that requires dilution & measuring & some self-control…
GcMaf can be mimicked using high doses of Vitamin D3 (poor woman’s version)…
But also mega dosing Vitamin C & eating lots of Ginger root…An infrared bulb is a nice thing too- specially while on the computer…Specially if you live in a cold country…Sunshine & even tanning beds will boost that vitamin too( beware of wrinkles!)

I’m a big believer in L’Art du Possible…The art of the possible…Which means, do the best you can with your local health supplement stores…When you walk in to one of these stores locally, you get to talk to knowledgeable people who will often help you for free because you are buying product from them…This can lead to much bonus help along the way & new friends…
For Vitamin D3, the fastest absorbing method is the Liquid D3 drops…Ok, I did buy 50,000 IU Vitamin D3 on Amazon that you take once a week…
Of course I started to go a little bipolar from them cause they were way strong!( side effect of excess Vitamin D3 is bipolar type symptoms-if you find yourself talking too much or spending too much money too quickly, cut back on the D3!)…Ginger root is a great source…Way cheaper…Peel it a bit & put chunks in boiling water to make tea, then eat the chunks whole after…
If you can get a supplement from food always choose the food source first…

Sari Grove  No…Just plain old fashioned megadosing Vitamin C like the good old days when you took it as a powder…I’m not crazy about needles or intravenous lines myself…If you can get away with it orally, do…Yes, Boron neutralizes Molybdenum…
They are exact opposites that work together…But the sources listed really don’t have much…
Oatmeal for example-traces maybe…I am not a huge fan of oatmeal for other reasons-mainly cause the ones I try seem to be tainted by GMO grains…Also I went mostly gluten free…Also, there are other breakfast grains that pack a bigger nutritional punch…
Like mix Chia seeds, with Flaxseeds, with Hulled Hemp seeds, & some trail mix, & sesame seeds, throw in some poppy seeds, & whatever else you got…I don’t know…Oatmeal maybe only once in a while-it can really clog up the kidneys…(maybe if it is really high grade organic steel cut oats)…
Vitamin D is mainly opposed by Lead, like if your water pipes are old & the galvanization is eroded, your water can have Lead in it which causes fungusy toenails…
Nagalese is more of a sugar, which is opposed by Lysine, garlic, selenium, pancreatic enzymes, cayenne pepper, black pepper, & wow had some sauerkraut today & boy did it lower my blood sugar! (all cruciferous vegetables do like cauliflower brussel sprouts broccoli but it is one thing in theory & another to feel it happening!!!
p.s. I am addicted to my RubyLux infrared light bulb…I sit beside it when I am on the computer-sometimes I just shine it on my face to make me feel happy…I’d carry it around with me all day if I could get a portable electricity source!!! (It is so cold here now we need 2 pairs of gloves on!)

Sari Grove http://www.rawfooddietcure.com/ I used this diet as a guide…Helen Hecker is a nurse who cured her breast cancer just by going raw…It is a great book that got me started on how to go raw…Beans, lentils peas, chickpeas, they are in the pulse family-yes, they do have Molybdenum…
But like I said before-it is Molybdenum in fertilizers on farms you have to worry about, not the stuff you get in your hummus…
It’s like this-soy in soybeans is not the estrogen that is going to get you even a fraction of like the estrogen that you got from taking the birth control pill 25 years ago that didn’t excrete…Or the estrogen in the BPA from your decades of acrylic nail polish salon visits…Or the toxic byproducts from your breast implants…
Beans ain’t going to hurt you much…Plus studies have found that communities with centenarians all have in common that they all eat alot of beans…I’m not a big fan of very expensive complicated sounding new alternative products anyways- so I’d take this recommendation about diet with a grain of sea salt…I’m pretty sure we can cure cancer without going broke…

I’m a nurse- How I cured myself with a raw food diet of breast cancer, fibrormyalgia, arthritis, acid reflux,…
RAWFOODDIETCURE.COM

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(Biography chatter:from my Author Central page on Amazon-Grove Health Science is a series of 12 books now!) Hi...I'm Sari Grove...Sari sounds like Mary...Grove is the last name I took from my husband, 'cause it is a really nice name, & he was very very good looking, & I married him, & my maiden name, the name I grew up with, was "Slatt", which could be turned into all sorts of unfortunate words, which is why when I was looking for a mate, I sought someone with a cool last name...(I cannot tell you how many totally worthy men I had to ignore due to their last names being unmelodic or otherwise unsuitable...) Grove Canada is a pen name, mostly because when I needed a web address, I could not get Grove.com or even grove.ca, so I just got GroveCanada, due to a serious lack of imagination in that moment...It stuck, so I still use it...I thought this time, if I used Grove Canada as a pen name, that maybe you might look up my blog online, at GroveCanada.ca, & enjoy the freshness of getting information from the horse's mouth, up to the minute, rather than the instant obsoleteness that a book creates...Like a car depreciates as soon as you buy it-a book is old as soon as it is published...For a Virgo perfectionist, this inability to easily update, with a new chapter, with new research, causes me constant worrisome self-abnegating, consternation... I use those dot dot dot things, the etcetera symbol, at the end of my sentences, as a habit-you will always know it is me writing, you will always pause at the end of a sentence to think for a moment, you will remember that poetry is beautiful, & you will take everything I say with a giant grain of Pink Himalayan salt(since the grammatical error will irk you into that state of skepticism)! Love & Hugs, Sari ps. I became a Christian at the age of 21, which may seem like a non sequitur, & though my faith is decent my works may not really do justice to that title-but I thought I'd mention it, since my first name Sari always seems to force an assumption about my background-and though you would be right to assume that it tends to be a Jewish name, you might not be right in assuming that that is what I am going to sound like when I expound on some of my karmic principles or other ethical compasses I have developed...Not that I have done away with my past, it is just I have iced the cake with the new updated version-so if you wrong me, I may just turn the other cheek(New), instead of doing the eye for an eye thing back at you!(old)...

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