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TOPIC: List of vegetables, fruits, herbs, oils, seeds Vitamin C & E (antioxidant)

List of vegetables, fruits, herbs, oils, seeds Vitamin C & E (antioxidant) 09 Jul 2017 14:51 #56017

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Some people get better from their infection disease and some people do not cure.
In mms protocol is said to no use antioxidant, vitamin C and E is antioxidant.
In our daily food is full of antioxidants include vitamins C and E.
Antioxidants Vitamin C and E are in many vegetables, fruits, seeds, oils and herbs.
It is almost impossible to apply MMS protocols without using vitamin C and E antioxidants

Mms protocol says no use antioxidants (vitamine C and E).
I have tried to make a list of vegetables, fruits, oils, seeds and herbs with Vitamin C and E
This is not a complete list I have found this and share this with you. People who know more can add namen vegetables, fruits, oils, seeds and herbs with Vitamin C and E to the list and make list complete for us all.


Nutrition with vitamin C - list
Strawberries
On average, they contain 60 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams

Pineapple
Portion (1 cup), 78.87 milligrams of vitamin C

Banana pepper
Portion (1 cup), 38.04 milligrams of vitamin C

Dried Basil
Portion (1 tablespoon), 1.22 milligrams of vitamin C

Chives
Portion (1 tablespoon), 1.74 milligrams of vitamin C

Cauliflower
Portion (1 cup), 46.4 milligrams of vitamin C

Kale
On average, they contain 40 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams

Broccoli
On average they contain 90 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams, it is cooked than 75mg per gram

Cayenne Pepper
Portion (1 tablespoon), 3.82 milligrams of vitamin C

Chili powder
Portion (1 tablespoon), 5.13 milligrams of vitamin C

Chili Peppers (Green)
Portion (1 tablespoon), 109.13 milligrams of vitamin C

Raspberries
On average, they contain 25 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams

Grapefruit
On average, they contain 45 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams

Guaves
On average, they contain 228 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams.

West Indian Cherry
Portion (1 cup), 1644.05 milligrams of vitamin C

Kiwi
On average, they contain 65 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams.

Garlic
On average, they contain 14 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams.

Dried Coriander
Portion (1 tablespoon), 11.33 milligrams of vitamin C

Grounded Spice
Portion (1 tablespoon), 5.66 milligrams of vitamin C

Mango's
On average, they contain 36 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams

Cantaloup Melon
Portion (1/8 medium melon), 20.19 milligrams of vitamin C

Mustard seeds
Portion (1 cup), 39.2 milligrams of vitamin C

Papaya
On average, they contain 60 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams

Yellow bell pepper
Portion (1 bell pepper), 341.31 milligrams of vitamin C

Red pepper
On average, they contain 190 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams.

Fresh Parsley
On average, they contain 90 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams

Raapstelen
Portion (1 cup), 33 milligrams of vitamin C

Red cabbage
Portion (1 cup), 50.73 milligrams of vitamin C

Dried rosemary
Portion (1 tablespoon), 1.84 milligrams of vitamin C

Saffron
Portion (1 teaspoon), 0.81 milligram vitamin C

Oranges
On average, they contain 50 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams

Spinach
On average, they contain 52 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams.

sprouts
Size (1 cup), 6.52 milligrams of vitamin C

Tomatoes
Portion (1 medium tomato), 28.78 milligrams of vitamin C

Fresh thyme
Portion (1 teaspoon), 1.6 milligrams of vitamin C
Sun dried tomatoes
Portion (1 cup), 111.98 milligrams of vitamin C

Cress
Portion (1 cup), 34.5 milligrams of vitamin C

Reinforced Breakfast Cereals
Portion (30 grams), 63 milligrams of vitamin C

Nutrition with vitamin E - list

Seeds
Seeds are rich in this antioxidant.
• Pumpkin seeds
• Sunflower seeds
• Sesame seeds

Almonds
On average, they contain 6.4 mg of vitamin E per 25 grams

Hazelnuts
On average they contain 3 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams

Brazil notes
Pecan
Pistachios
Walnuts

Oil
sunflower oil
Hemp oil
Coconut oil
Olive oil
Flaxseed oil
Cabbage seed oil

Avocado
Cutlets
Kale
Broccoli
Olives
Papaya
Spinach



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List of vegetables, fruits, herbs, oils, seeds Vitamin C & E (antioxidant) 09 Jul 2017 19:26 #56018

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Have you see this list of antioxidants?
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From Jim Humble's latest book:

The effectiveness of MMS can be canceled out when mixed with certain foods which are particularly high in antioxidants.

Let me say, that just because a food is labeled as being antioxidant, it might not be particularly high in antioxidants, and thus it is not a given that it will necessarily cancel out MMS.

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2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
www.mmsinfo.org/infosheets/mms1_equates_to_cdh_and_cds.pdf
Websites: MMSinfo.org * www.facebook.com/groups/ebolacures/
YouTube Instructional Videos: www.youtube.com/channel/UCXv6hCnvjMmGg4_AYq4wlNw
Answers to many questions are in Jim Humble's books: jhbooks.org/
How to use CDS, CDH in Protocols: www.mmsinfo.org/infosheets/CDS_CDH_and_Protocols-2.pdf
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List of vegetables, fruits, herbs, oils, seeds Vitamin C & E (antioxidant) 10 Jul 2017 13:48 #56021

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The Antioxidant Food Table pdf file is complete.
Thanks for the pdf file.

I understand that we can eat our daily food with vitamin C and E with lower value.
Then that would not affect the functioning of MMS, theoretically, I assume that the value of antioxidant absorbed by the food must be lower than mms molecules so that mms affects the healing and cure the disaes.

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List of vegetables, fruits, herbs, oils, seeds Vitamin C & E (antioxidant) 12 Jul 2017 03:07 #56030

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This is my TESTIMONY aside from the antioxidant property concerns.

The product, [ balance of nature ] and vitacost [ 42 fruits and vegetables ] I ingested 10 capsules of the latter and went to bed, , that was a cpl months ago ,and when I got up, my feeling of well being was at least twice what it had been prior to bedtime.

It's an incredible product for those trying to fight a specific disease or just feeling worn out, but be aware to not ingest these type items within the same hour of taking mms.

In fact, if you mms in the morning then you may wish to take this in the evening but may be able to take it after an hour, I never tested the option on myself.

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I recently came upon MMS and FGHP therapy at the same time. And NOW more recently, I stumbled into old therapies, like turpentine!
And I always support peoples right to choose whichever therapy they see fit to take!
augmentinforce.50webs.com/Turpentine%20Therapy.htm
youtube- daniels, why turpentine is good for your health most excellent info with instructions and warnings for proper preparation prior to using turp should you choose to do so.
diamond g in georgia was the best turp I found.
www.biologicaltherapeutics.com/documents/Scientists%20Trace.pdf
also check out the borax conspiracy about arthritis, worth your time to read.

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List of vegetables, fruits, herbs, oils, seeds Vitamin C & E (antioxidant) 20 Jul 2017 12:49 #56074

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I have no experience with product [balance of nature] and vitacost [42 fruits and vegetables.

I understand that we can eat our daily food with vitamin C and E with lower value.
But what is low value? Is the value between 0.1mg to 100mg or other value.
This is very important if we know what the boundary value is, then we avoid foods with higher antioxidant value.

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