How Should I Schedule MMS Doses with Meals and Snack Times?


So many people ask about how they can continue to eat healthfully while taking MMS/CDS according to a protocol that requires them to take a dose of MMS every hour. Thus, this article will focus on the timing and restrictions of eating and drinking while following an MMS/CDS protocol. Keep in mind that all of the healthy eating guidelines still apply! You can still enjoy almost all of your favorite healthy meals with some planning (more on this below): 

    • Avoid eating foods or drinking beverages that contain vitamin C within 30 minutes of taking MMS/CDS (this includes most fruits and veggies).


  •  Meats and many legumes contain amino acids that can also cancel out the effects of CDS/ MMS.


  • Generally avoid eating anything within 30 minutes of taking MMS/CDS. Since your meals ought to have a diverse array of nutrients (including vitamin C, you can’t not eat vitamin C, you need it), and also because antioxidants in your food other than vitamin C may interfere with the CDS medicine, waiting to eat until 30 minutes before or after an MMS dose can improve your success.


  • Eat light. While taking MMS/CDS, you are likely to experience a detox, otherwise known as a Herxheimer reaction. For the vast majority of people, detoxing tends to involve some kind of gastrointestinal discomfort (diarrhea/constipation, gas, stomach cramps, bloating, etc). These symptoms pass as the body gets rid of toxins and pathogens, of course, but eating light (especially at first) can be helpful to avoid putting extra pressure on your digestive system or adding to the discomfort you may already be experiencing.


  • Avoid snacking. Since you’ll already need to be aware of when you’re eating your meals during the day in order to be able to continue taking your MMS/CDS doses correctly, planning to avoid snacks (or to only have one snack at a pre planned time) can be valuable for success. If you often have a mid-morning or mid-afternoon snack, decide in advance when you’ll be having this snack and then treat it similarly to a meal in terms of its timing.


  • Between MMS doses, unless you’re having a meal or a snack, drink only water. There are many, many herbal teas that contain vitamin C, and many more that contain antioxidant compounds. Generally speaking, plan to drink only water while you’re actively dosing yourself with MMS.

Planning for Meals and Snacks

Plan to take your meals and snacks right in between MMS/CDS doses, and spend no more than 15 minutes eating. So, you’ll wait until 30 minutes after your last dose, then eat for 15 minutes, then wait another 15 minutes until your next dose of MMS (if you’re following a protocol that requires you to take MMS/CDS every hour). Therefore, if you plan to eat lunch at 12pm, you should take one dose of MMS at 11:30am, then eat lunch from 12:00pm to 12:15pm, and then take your next MMS dose at 12:30pm. Of course, if you’re not taking MMS/CDS every hour like this, then you’ll need to consider the timing of meals and snacks according to your schedule.


Many people have one meal of the day that’s a bit bigger than the rest. For a lot of people in the west, dinner is the primary meal of the day, though for some people breakfast is the most important meal. Plan to start taking the MMS at a time where your MMS/CDS schedule won’t interfere too much with this meal. For example, if you prefer to eat a larger breakfast around 7:30am, do so, and plan to start taking your MMS doses around 8:30am or 9am. If, on the other hand, you prefer to enjoy a bigger dinner at 6pm, and you’re taking 8 doses of MMS per day, plan to start taking the MMS/CDS at 9am so that you’ll have an hour between your last dose of MMS and the time when you eat dinner. 


Consider setting timers for yourself throughout the day to remind yourself to take your MMS/CDS doses and to break to eat your meals/snacks. Decide what you’ll eat at least one day in advance, if not a few days or even a week in advance, to free up your mind and body to focus on healing.


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