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20 Feb 2016 22:10 #51161 by x12nu
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Hello there,

I have just found out I have a sulfur toxicity (excess sulfites) due to a problem with my methylation pathways. I understand there is an enzyme called SUOX that converts sulfites into sulfates through oxidation. Is it possible chlorine dioxide could do this also?

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21 Feb 2016 23:00 #51177 by Gene51
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x12nu wrote: I understand there is an enzyme called SUOX that converts sulfites into sulfates through oxidation. Is it possible chlorine dioxide could do this also?


I've never seen any writings by Archbishop Jim Humble which address this issue.

I did find this with a Google search:

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16599443

According to my very weak understanding of chemistry, the difference between sulfite and sulfate molecules is that sulfate has 1 more oxygen atom. That being the case, then yes it seems it is possible for chlorine dioxide to produce the effect you're looking for.

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