Hi tap, just thought I would send a quick update re borax. I have been concerned about fluoride for a while now, I read your article of Jan 20 2013, and followed the link in the comments to Dr Rex Newnhams work on boron.
I've always been a bit of a salad-dodger, and with fresh fruit and veg being the main source of dietary boron, I deduced I was probably deficient in it. So I obtained a kilo of borax and have been taking it at the higher rate as described in this article.
(I found this link in the comments under the fluoride article) H/T to Louise Mclean Writer :)
I FEEL BLOODY AMAZING FOR IT!
TAP - If you are deficient in anything, you will feel good as you correct the deficiency.
I cannot emphasize that statement enough. Also, my friend, who I will call Steve, (makes sense, it is his name, after all) who started taking it at the same time, noticed after a couple of weeks that he had not needed to take any of his prescription indigestion medicine, he had been suffering acid reflux and all that entails.
I started this thread over at AboveTopSecret ( I know, I know)
Some worthwhile information has been contributed there.
Anyway, I saw this article
health/article-2284757/Taking- vitamin-D-calcium-WONT- prevent-broken-bones-say- leading-experts.html
in the daily mail yesterday about how taking calcium pills and vit D pills (standard NHS treatment to prevent osteoporosis) didn't work, and was likely to give you kidney stones. There was one comment under the article, thus;
I just no longer know what to do, I have osteoporosis and take calcichew with D3 prescribed by my doctor but I also only have one kidney (having donated the other one). So I have thinning bones but calcium is no good and may give my one remaining kidney stones! I wish these health experts would make up their mind.
- sunrise , Brentwood, United Kingdom, 26/2/2013 15:17