--- In Autism-Mercury@y..., jarnold5@v... wrote:
> I ordered your book today. In the meantime, here is what I have
> gleaned out of the archives. Please comment/correct/add to make it
> as accurate as possible. Thanks!
> Zinc - not sure dosage per pound, spread throughout day
1/4 to 1/2 mg per pound
> Calcium - dosage?
5-20 mg per pound, not all that necessary.
> Magnesium - 10 mg per lb, spread throughout day
Yup. I suggest adjusting it up and down to just below where it starts
to cause diarrhoea.
> Vitamin C - lots , but what dosage per pound?
5-20 mg per pound per dose (not day)
>Critical to divide
> doses throughout day.
>Don't give 1 or 2 times only.
Correct. Though this is better than zero, or 1.
> Milk Thistle - you said 1/4-1 capsule 4x per day (what does that
> equal in mg?)
> Molybdenum - what is per pound dosage?
> Flax oil - 1-3 TBSP per day
> Glutathione - only if plasma cysteine testing is low
> That's what I have so far.
Pretty good. Any B complex 4 time a day.
Vitamin A at least 5 RDA's. Personally I am fond of large doses, but
many people find this scary since none of them read 1960's medical
books any more and don't remember how dermatologists used to treat
acne (with 300,000 IU of A per day for months on end).
Vitamin E and some sort of mixed carotenoid product. Vitamin E tastes
like soybean oil and can easily be added to food. It can be given a
few times a week, it needn't be daily.
> Julie A
> --- In Autism-Mercury@y..., AndyCutler@a... wrote:
> > --- In Autism-Mercury@y..., jarnold5@v... wrote:
> > > I was wondering if there is such a list?
> > in my book Amalgam Illness: Diagnosis and Treatment (described at
> > http://hometown.aol.com/noamalgam). Moria is creating an index to
> > some of my more informative posts, which may also partially answer
> > that question.
> > > I don't see it in the files
> > > section. I know I would greatly appreciate such a list and it
> > > save Andy time in the long run from repeating himself.
> > >
> > > Andy have you done this in the past? If not, maybe someone has
> > > information compiled? I have searched the archives and come up
> > > a list but not sure if it is complete or about dosage per pound
> > > some cases. I can post what I have if no one else has anything.
> > Why don't you post it and I'll comment and after we go back and
> > a few times we might have a good list.
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Juli