Where did you find that info regarding apples and CDS?
The apple question has also bothered me. I understand that an apple draws to it and absorbs the oxygen out of the CDS which, in case of overdose, neutralized if well chewed into small little sponges. What about apple? That too has to be a no no.
Taking antioxidant numbers from the table (Antioxidant_Food_Table-Carlsen_et_al. 2010.pdf) for apples, lemon juice and oranges, I would say any food, fruit, herb, etc that is under 0.10 mmol/100g antioxidant content would be okay to use and not cause any significant reduction of chlorine dioxide (CLO2) in MMS. Of course, it depends on the quantity you consume.
Apples (whole) = 0.42 mmol/100g (average of 13)
Apples (without peel) = 0.09 mmol/100g (average of 2)
Lemon juice = 0.33 mmol/100g
Oranges (whole) = 1.0 mmol/100g
It is said that a slice of apple is okay to use with MMS, but note the difference between whole apples and apples without the skin (peel). I would peel the skin off when eating an apple slice.
Jim says not to eat oranges which come in at 1.0 mmol/100g.
Lemon juice can be used to slightly activate MMS, but lemon juice will also reduce CLO2 content in MMS1 as I have found when testing lemon juice.That seems strange because lemon juice will activate MMS to a small degree, but it also reduces CLO2 content at the same time! That is probably why lemon juice activates MMS so little as you can see on the MMS activation vs time chart.
Here Jim offers three fixes when you OD on MMS. I agree on two of them, but not necessarily the apple one. As I quoted from the Carlsen Antioxidant table above;
If you take too much MMS1 and have a serious Herxheimer reaction, (nausea, vomiting, excessive diarrhea) take Vitamin C as an antidote. Take 2 grams (2,000 mg) of Vitamin C at once. If the symptoms persist, you can then take another 1 gram of Vitamin C the following hour, and another 1 gram the third hour. Do not go over this amount of Vitamin C. Two other options to use as an antidote would be: Eat a fresh apple. Do not bite and swallow, this must be chewed very well. Or take 1 level teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda in 1/4 of a cup (2 fluid ounces/60 ml) of water. Drink a few more sips of plain water after this if desired.