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19
Mar

Toxin avoidance and M.E. (HFME)

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Saturday, 19 March, 2011 8:02

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A new HFME paper is available: Toxin avoidance and M.E. by Jodi Bassett.

Chemical sensitivities are common in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Multiple Sclerosis, and many other diseases. Symptoms provoked by chemical sensitivities can range from mild to very severe. Modifying your environment and changing the types of products you buy is essential if you have M.E., or any other disease causing chemical sensitivities or poor liver function. This paper lists some of the products to avoid and some of the best replacement products.

See: http://www.hfme.org/toxinavoidance.htm

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-- Best wishes,

Jodi Bassett
--
The Hummingbirds' Foundation for M.E.
http://www.hfme.org/

"People's ability to detoxify certain substances is as unique as their
fingerprints or their face. There is as much as a 500 fold different in
people's detoxification abilities with different chemicals."

 Dr Sherry Rogers

 

Toxin avoidance and M.E. (HFME)Dynamic Neural Retraining Program (DNRS)

 

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