1: Melting Breast Lumps

Doctor delivering bad news to a female patient

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  2. Jackie says:

    I have not been successful adding the in Prolamine Iodine. I have taken west thyroid for 12 and i have been off of it for 3 1/2 years. My hair has been falling out for the last year. I have added in the Linum B6 and Mammary for the last 4 months. I also have many breast lumps also. I am taking Cataplex F, A-F Beta food, Diaplex, Livaplex. I have to keep my iodine in these products under 200 mcg – is not much. Is there different kinds of iodine that i might try?

  3. Traci Fisher says:

    I was curious how long the process was to melt your lumps as you never really got into that? Are we talking months or years? Do you still also recommend mammograms too as a preventative? I just had my first mamo done and unfortunately found a small calcification with a mass and gave me 2 options to either wait 6 months or biopsy it leaving a titanium marker?

    • Theforbiddendoctor says:

      Hi Traci!

      Prolamine Iodine, in and of itself, didn’t melt my breasts lumps away. I didn’t “treat” my breast lumps with Iodine as a medicine or symptom reliever to melt my breast lumps. Iodine helped me produce more thyroid hormone so my entire endocrine system could work more efficiently. My entire body healed – foundationally.

      So I don’t want you taking Iodine to “melt your breast lumps”, even though that seems what I’m implying with the provocative title I used. Hopefully, that title got you to read the book and in the book, I am insistent on healing the body foundationally. And in so doing, your body will take very good care of you, and if that is emulsifying and “melting” away those possibly encapsulated toxic lumps in your breast, then it will do it in its own good time. But it will do it if it has the nutrition it needs.

      So I don’t know how long it took to actually notice they were gone. Jack says he thinks it was about four months, but I know others have taken longer because everybody is different. Our own nutritional consultant in our clinic had a very large lump melt away, but it took her over a year to do that. We all have different and complicated issues going on in our body all the time, so there is not one answer to that timeline.

      And as far as how long to take iodine? I take it every single day. We used to eat iodine rich foods every single day. So since I don’t eat perfectly, and as much as I wish I could have deep sea fish flown into my house every single day, I can’t. 🙂 So I supplement. Quite a bit actually.

      It sounds like you might have some issues with breast lumps, so if you would like your hand held, and have constant advice about how to get yourself healthy on a foundational level – AND melt some breast lumps, join our VIP Membership program and we will do this together. Go listen to our podcast #131 Forbidden VIP Membership and you’ll get a lot of answers there.

      ~ Mary

  4. Patti Starkman says:

    Thanks for a great topic. You mentioned a Doctor who wrote a book regarding use of iodine in his clinic for 40 years to treat breast cancer. Please let us know the name of the book.

    Thank you

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