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Morlock_Man
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Feb-25-08, 09:35 PM (PST)
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"DIA: Di-Iodine Acetate"
 
   There's a lot of research been done regarding DCA lately, but I've yet to see any research done on possible natural analogs that could mirror or improve on these results. DCA is not a naturally occurring substance. Chlorine itself does not play a huge role in organic chemistry. Iodine, however, does.

Di-Iodine Acetate (Not the IUPAC name, but I hate trying to figure out naming for iodine compounds) should exhibit much the similar properties as dichloroacetate, but to a different degree. Iodine is already a big player in regulating metabolic processes, and is vital to maintaining good health.

However, if simply increasing our iodine intake resulted in a decrease in cancer, such an effect would have already been noticed... or has it?

Kelp and seaweed are natural concentrators of iodine from seawater. If these ions get naturally bound into an acetate complex through a natural process, its possible to see how DCA is merely a signpost that points us towards a dietary issue we've long been neglecting, which can produce cancer as an end result.

Japan and China both use kelp and seaweed as part of their dietary regime. They also have the lowest cancer rates in the world.

This is just a theory, but if there exists a natural iodine-acetate compound that performs the same function that DCA is currently attempting to fulfill, then testing should be done to see if this compound produces similar results.


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Feb-26-08, 09:07 PM (PST)
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1. "RE: DIA: Di-Iodine Acetate"
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That is a good point, thanks. I don't know about iodine but I know it is vital to many functions in the body; the thyroid needs iodine and the thyroid controls/influences so many systems and organs.

(I am going to move this thread to "Topics Other Than DCA" in a day or two.)

Heather, Forum Moderator


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May-18-08, 10:40 PM (PST)
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2. "RE: DIA: Di-Iodine Acetate"
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   Dear forum members,

Please bear in mind: we are dealing with potentially dangerous halogen-organic molecules. Organic chlorine contaning moleculeas are generally stable, and in most cases can ce manipulated without any problem. Bromine, and worse, Iodine containing small organic molecules, tend to be instable in a watery environment, and start releasing their halogen in its pure form, or as the acid. I am experimenting with 3-Bromo pyruvic acid, and it is NOT (repeat) NOT safe for human oral consumption, even after careful neutralization with NaOH, or preferably, Na2CO3 or NaHCO3. Search google for patent information on this, using Glycolycin as search item, if you want to persue this route (I am doing so). These compounds are off-limits if you do not know how to handle them, since they will do more harm than cure for you. The Dutch oncologist also made a similar mistake by using the acidic form of DCA when he did his experiments, instead of the Sodium salt of DCA which is being sold by BuyDCA.com. Oncologists are bad chemists. (Sorry!). He mentions that he had blisters on his lips after taking DCA, without drying his lips after consuming DCA. With the sodium salt, this is no issue since the pH of the sodium salt dissolved in water, will be around 7.

Dear members, more to come!


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dimitrisk
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May-18-08, 11:57 PM (PST)
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3. "RE: DIA: Di-Iodine Acetate"
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   >The Dutch oncologist also made a similar
>mistake by using the acidic form of DCA when he did his
>experiments, instead of the Sodium salt of DCA which is
>being sold by BuyDCA.com. Oncologists are bad chemists.
>(Sorry!). He mentions that he had blisters on his lips after
>taking DCA, without drying his lips after consuming DCA.
>With the sodium salt, this is no issue since the pH of the
>sodium salt dissolved in water, will be around 7.

I don't know any Dutch, so I tried the automatic google translator. It is realy hard to read it, but you can get the main idea. I think he argues Michelaki's mitochnodrial theory and gives some other explanation about tumor reduction with DCA.

This is the full story http://www.fonteine.com/dca_kanker.html
If there is any Dutch in this forum, please give us a translation.


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