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        Below from Jim on Coconut Oil list.

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Why you must never take Tylenol
http://blog.drbrownstein.com/is-acetominophen-safe-absolutely-not/
 
First off, notice that it works by limiting Glutathione! What??? Really hard to believe!

It never ceases to amaze me how these over-the-counter drugs basically all work and the level of ignorance that those who prescribe them must actually have. But, for most of the population, when a headache hits (often caused by their previously questionable behavior), they grab this stuff and given its underlying function, it is pure poison.

Yes, as many of us know, Glutathione is the body's central anti-oxidant and it is the key to most body functions and especially to proper liver function. When we are deficient in Glutathione, at the very least, our body ages at a very high rate. If during the use of Tylenol, you are exposed to another toxin, your body becomes a giant target (and you could become toast). By Dr. Brownstein's scenario, taking Tylenol and getting a flu vaccine would be about as dumb a choice, healthwise, as there is on the planet and his argument "holds water." This, except that Vit C is hardly enough to offset a dose of mercury in my book. So a simple mistake, that would never include a warning, like taking Tylenol and getting a flu vaccine could be the root cause of your positive cancer test next month! Overstatement? When you realize that an overstressed liver is probably the root cause of all cancer, maybe not. So combine the se two when some other toxic load... who knows what that might be and guess what? Are you getting this?

NAC, that he mentions as a antidote, by the way, is powerful, but should be avoided also, long term. Of course, the two are hardly comparable.

In his final statement, he recommends limiting Tylenol. As another health precaution, I also recommend not sleeping with crocodiles.

Finally, taking Tylenol during pregnancy does sound "really ignorant" also, given what the Doc reveals here... not that any of this is new news to most of the online alternative med crowd. It would generally to the general population. After all, who reads labels? Still, even for those in the know, it is good to keep apprised and on guard... there is just way too much fools gold out there everywhere just for the taking.


Kind Regards, HUuman
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originalkitsune From: originalkitsune Date: February 1st, 2014 02:00 am (UTC) (Link)
Why is NAC bad long term?
alobar From: alobar Date: February 3rd, 2014 03:15 am (UTC) (Link)
Below from the author of the piece I posted above.
Duncan's site is http://members.shaw.ca/duncancrow/

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Read Duncan's site. He discussed it several time here and I think that he addresses it there. I may even have addressed this in my book. I can't recall, but it is not something that I can answer off-hand like Duncan has here in the past. I can tell you that there are good reasons not to use it, just as there are good reasons to use Dunc's Undenatured Why Protein Isolate which increases Glutathione (as I am sure you are aware... he went over that plenty here). They are supposed to do the same thing in theory, but Dunc's works long-tern and NAC does not. Maybe he will come down from his mountain and answer this (or you could research it). As I recall, the basic reason is that Whey significantly increases Glutathione production and NAC does not.

Chances are that Dr. Brownstein is not even aware of Dunc's Undenatured Whey Protein Isolate Protocol, let along how it compares to NAC. Certainly, it is even more unlikely that anyone ever taught either in their one dietary course in Med school.

We were indeed fortunate to get the inside scoop from Dunc here. He is a wizard in his areas of expertise.

Kind Regards, HUuman
rick_day From: rick_day Date: February 1st, 2014 09:25 pm (UTC) (Link)
the only thing I can take for pain is Tylenol. It is the only effective non narcotic pain killer available to me. I only take one 250mg pill and it is always effective.

Moderation in all things, Alobar.
alobar From: alobar Date: February 3rd, 2014 03:20 am (UTC) (Link)
I agree. I had a bad fall on Friday night Incredible instability due to pains in my legs and hips. Acetaminophen saved my ass.
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