Re: ALA Alone
- --- In Autism-Mercury@y..., MMacGregor@a... wrote:
> OK, this morning I started DD on 12.5 mg ALA every four hours. She
> aroundThis is fine.
> 40lbs, so I think this is an OK dose?
If it is practical for you, you might want to do it every 3 hours
during the waking period, and every 4 at night.
>I thought the 25mg in the whole capsuleIncreased symptoms DURING the chelation period, tiredness and perhaps
> might be a bit much.
> What sorts of things can I expect to see if this is going to work?
crankiness the day after, significant new developmental gains after
> only fourYes. Surprisingly quickly. Everyone who has chelated a young child
> so can I expect things to happen fairly quickly?
who responded to it saw notable improvement after a few rounds, and
most see something new after each chelation cycle.
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- So I would think ALA is
> even more dangerous if administered incorrectly.===>Yes, this is correct, Ala has the potential to do the most damage
if dosed inappropriately or anything more than 3 hours. Some do get
lucky and they only have a lack of progress, but many more have
Dmsa can also cause problems if dosed infrequently and it is more
taxing on the system, but the word "dangerous" and small doses of
Dmsa is an overstatement.
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