You bring up a very good point. The answer is YES. Minerals are also pulled out by the treatment.
I have never heard that it took 6 months to "recover" from ONE ionic foot bath. That is a new one for me! It seems to me that most people that have used the ionic foot detox see the value in it, and have not had the bad experience that you had. If your descript
ion of your experience is the norm, then I don't see how anyone could actually feel better from doing the detox.
It is important to supplement with a good mineral supplement when you detox. If your mineral reserves were normal, and you regularly maintain your mineral levels, it is hard for me to believe that ONE ionic foot detox did what you believe that it did. If what you told me is accurate, then I would by all means avoid the ionic foot detox. You obviously have an abnormal and exaggerated response to that treatment.
Heather was required to have blood tests performed every month while she was on treatment. We supplemented her minerals throughout her illness. When she started to do the ionic foot detox, the test results didn't reflect a drop in her mineral levels.
Razzle, what were your mineral levels before and after your treatment? Also, has anyone else on the forum noticed a drop in their mineral levels after they started to do the ionic foot detoxing?
Razzle, thanks for your input.
We are older parents and Heather is our only child. She became so sick and debilitated that we thought that she was going to die, and everything looked so hopeless and bleak. However, God answered our prayers, and used the healing hands of Dr. J. at the Hansa Center to more than restore the health of our precious daughter. I have a moral obligation to help others that are likewise suffering!
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