Copper & Alzheimer's Disease
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Fri Aug 15 13:25:58 EST 2003
"Arto Raiskio" <arto.raiskio at suomenposti.com> wrote in message
news:bhj6ff$5hoj$1 at ID-102906.news.uni-berlin.de...
> "Tumbleweed" wrote
> > Try living without that 'junk' and see how far you get. You need some of
> > those minerals. The unknown q is, how much is too much and how little is
> > enough.
> your reply would appear to imply you do not comprehend the difference
> between ionized, colloidal format of minerals vs. non-diffusible portion
Dont try and be smart, maybe its in a compound, maybe its an ion, maybe its
particles, whatever, it will be left behind by distilling which is what the
discussion was about (what was left after distilling). Besides which, if its
in the water it can get into your body whatever form it is in the water
though in soem forms it might get in easier.
> couple items in abundance in common city water tap:
<snip scare paragraphs about effects of ultra-high concentrations
(relatively) of elements>
Define 'abundance' and 'common'. These are worldwide groups.
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