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Seleniomethione and mercury toxicity (!)
 
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Seleniomethione and mercury toxicity (!)


I really, REALLY wouldn't reccommend selenium for a mercury-toxicity patient from anything BUT whole-food sources, like the paranut (macadamia nut).

I have 11 amalgams, and took selenium for six weeks at 200 mcg last spring. I developed poor photosensitivity (delayed reaction of the lenses in the eye to react to different light sources), motion sickness when riding in cars, and found out a little late as to why..

Selenium binds with mercury, yes, but the body recognizes it as an essential nutrient, and the selenium-bound mercury is transported to nurons throughout the body, including brain tissue. The selenium-bound mercury is capable of being transported across the blood-brain barrier.
 

 
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