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A few of the key vitamins, minerals, and flavonoids, mentioned by Dr. Blaylock, that may help include the following:
Vitamin E, e.g., d-alpha tocopheral succinate, may help neutralize free radicals, inhibit lipid peroxidation, protect against mercury toxicity in neurons, and excitotoxic destruction of neurons.
Magnesium, e.g., magnesium malate/citrate, may be protective against aluminum toxicity and excitotoxicity, and perhaps help to control or counterbalance microwave-induced calcium efflux in brain tissue. This magnesium can be taken with calcium or magnesium ascorbate (buffered vitamin C).
Flavonoids, from fruits and vegetables, can also help to neutralize free radicals, inhibit lipid peroxidation, and bind iron. Some flavonoids include curcumin from turmeric (which can be taken with olive oil and black pepper for better absorption) and quercetin.
There are many additional nutrients that may help, like vitamin D3, vitamin B-complex, and DHA, as can be found in Russell Blaylock’s book Health and Nutrition Secrets That Can Save Your Life and The Blaylock Wellness Letter.
Additionally, one needs to be on an anti-inflammatory diet, with low sugar and low-glycemic index, and with the right kind of fats. Whole grains are to be preferred over refined flours, albeit taken in moderation, and omega-3 fat intake should be increased in many instances (e.g., from fish oil).
More Detailed Guidelines For Reducing Free Radical Damage
The following are some more specific recommendations, mostly from Dr. Blaylock, that have been offered for reducing fluoride, mercury, aluminum, and iron levels, which can be dangerous in the brain:
Avoid vaccines or flu shots containing aluminum, where unnecessary.
Avoid combining citrus fruits like lemon with tea, which can greatly increase aluminum absorption.
Avoid or reduce the intake of soda from aluminum cans, which can increase levels of toxic aluminum fluoride, if the water is fluoridated.
Avoid or reduce stomach antacid medicines that use aluminum.
Consider magnesium malate, magnesium citrate, buffered vitamin C (calcium or magnesium ascorbate), and other nutrients which Dr. Blaylock recommends to reduce brain aluminum levels.
Consider filtering your water of fluoride, aluminum, and other toxins (Check your water quality via Environmental Working Group’s water testing database.)
Consider using fluoride-free toothpaste, if possible also avoiding sodium lauryl sulfate, carrageenan, and other potentially dangerous substances
Consider getting a dentist to remove mercury amalgams, following safe practices such as IAOMT or a comparable protocol, to prevent an even greater exposure to mercury during the removal, -or- consider removing only a few at a time. Other associated precautions may be wise during this process, to prepare for the removal.
Avoid vaccines and flu shots containing mercury, where unnecessary
Prefer fish containing lower amounts of mercury
Consider mercury chelation methods such as use of garlic supplementation long-term, or increasing glutathione levels to aid chelation via various nutrients like alpha lipoic acid and NAC (Note that the latter process must be done with great care to prevent redistribution of mercury. Dr. Russell Blaylock has some recommendations in his book, but you may also want to get a second opinion.)
Except in case of severe deficiency, avoid or reduce consumption of iron vitamins or iron-fortified cereals, grains, and pastas in favor of un-fortified whole-grains. Alternatively, eat enough vegetables/flavonoids with it to help reduce how much is absorbed. Although this fortification was done to prevent anemia, Dr. Blaylock explains that it resulted in other problems. It is best to avoid iron in this form.
Cut back on red meat, or eat vegetables/flavonoids with it to reduce excessive iron absorption.
Be mindful that vitamin C can increase absorption of iron and may be better taken on an empty stomach, rather than with a meal containing iron.
Consider taking iron-chelating flavonoids (quercetin, rutin, hesperidin, curcumin, catechins from green tea, or grape seed extract).
Consider reducing levels of iron with (a) flavonoids, or (b) vitamins such as Acetyl-L-Carnitine and Alpha Lipoic Acid, but again with precautions due to their potential effects on mercury redistribution. (c) IP6+inositol may also be taken for a brief period such as 2 weeks, however, noting that IP6 may be too effective at reducing minerals to be taken in the long run, according to Dr. Blaylock.
For a more complete list of suggestions on supplements such as magnesium malate, buffered vitamin C (calcium or magnesium ascorbate), vitamin E (d-alpha tocopheral succinate), carotenoids, flavonoids like turmeric, vitamin D3, the B-complex vitamins, and wild blueberry extract, see Russell Blaylock’s book Health and Nutrition Secrets That Can Save Your Life and The Blaylock Wellness Letter. His other book, Natural Strategies for Cancer Patients, also contains a detailed guide of the preferable forms of vitamins, and those to avoid. See also the EMFWise page on nutrition.
Disclaimer: This article is based on the recommendations of others and not necessarily the author’s personal experience. It is the reader’s responsibility to check with a physician before making any significant changes to one’s diet or nutrition.
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