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Lola
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Dr D on MSM
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MSM does not fall in that category. It is a highly purified form of sulfur, and sulfur is a constituent of all life. With MSM my concerns have always been that supplementing with high amounts, in addition to a high protein diet, could put a a strain on the kidneys. I've no proof that this is true, it is just an opinion. for things like chromium, MSM or algae, perhaps my position is more accurately that "they can have benefit in some people of a certain type, though they don't possess any specific attributes which will enhance the effect of the diets, and are perhaps redundant with it."

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MSM (methylsulfonylmethane)is part of the B allergy protocol
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/1.html


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1000daily of msm? can it be taken at once? I found a 1000mg supplement so 1 pill. Also how much Glucosamine/day? My knee is really out of wack lately...old ligament tears and general wear, so id like to do what is the best thing. Ive been using Arnica and reiki and ice and heat (in am for stiffness) seems to be helping.
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N-acetyl glucosamine, 250-500 mg: 3-4 capsules, daily, away from food
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/4.html
MSM is more targeted for Bs


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The supplement I have is glucosamine hydrochloride ...what is that?
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N-acetyl D-glucosamine is the form you need...hope you can change the GH.


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Ill give it a try!! I will have to look in a real pharmacy not the grocery store I guess. Thanks
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I have taken glucsoamine/chronditon for awhile and havent seen any real improvement. I am BT A. Should I be only taking the MSM?  
I find all this interesting as my hips have improved so much in last while, with this and the nanogreens.
thanks for the info.
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N-acetyl D-glucosamine is the form you need...hope you can change the GH.


I can only take vegetarian glucosamine because of my seafood allergy.

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Hi everybody,
I had some arthritis pains in my shoulders and after taking 3 times a day a pill with glucosamine, chondroitine and MSM the pain is gone for 95 %. I am very happy of course!
But what I was wondering is, can you take this kind of siupplement your whole life or is it better to take it for some time and then stop with it and see what happens?

Johanna


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it is safe.....
try and get your secretor status tested and follow the advice given in the arthritis book


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it is safe.....
try and get your secretor status tested and follow the advice given in the arthritis book


Yes I do follow the advice in the book. About the secretor status that has to wait. No money for that now.
I probably will go and visit my doctor to ask what he thinks about this supplement. Although it is an allopatic doctor, maybe he has some advice too.

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I have taken glucsoamine/chronditon for awhile and havent seen any real improvement. I am BT A. Should I be only taking the MSM?  
I find all this interesting as my hips have improved so much in last while, with this and the nanogreens.
thanks for the info.
Cindy


Hi Cindy,

According to Dr. Adamo's Arthritis book A's only have to take a supplement with Glucosamine(1500 mg per day- Chondroitine 1200 mg per day). I have a supplement now that also has MSM in it, but after this bottle is empty I am planning on taking only Glucisamine and Chondroitine.
In Dr. Adamo's Arthritis book there are a lot of other supplements you can take. I didnot do that until now, because I think I don't need it right now, but if you have severe pains I think it is a good thing to follow the 12 weeks protocol that he recommends.

Johanna



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Quoted from Lola
Dr D on MSM

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MSM does not fall in that category. It is a highly purified form of sulfur, and sulfur is a constituent of all life. With MSM my concerns have always been that supplementing with high amounts, in addition to a high protein diet, could put a a strain on the kidneys. I've no proof that this is true, it is just an opinion. for things like chromium, MSM or algae, perhaps my position is more accurately that "they can have benefit in some people of a certain type, though they don't possess any specific attributes which will enhance the effect of the diets, and are perhaps redundant with it."


SquarePeg,
MSM (methylsulfonylmethane)is part of the B allergy protocol
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/1.html


Is there anything new from Dr D about MSM for Os, that he's said or typed since  this was quoted?


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Glucosamine, is ok for Os.
chondroitin, is fine for As.


How about AB's?
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I haven't read the whole thread...
So is Glucosamine, not for A's at all?

Thanks.


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