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Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by Sushi, Jan 1, 2010.

  1. brenda

    brenda Senior Member

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    Jenny Cutler says that the body starts to dump the mercury months after the amalgams come out and one needs to get it out.
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    Jenny Senior Member

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    Yes I've heard that Brenda, but what evidence does he have for this? What's written about all this is so contradictory, especially what's written about chelation.

    I almost always relapse when the seasons change so I can't help thinking it was just my normal pattern and the amalgam removal made no difference.

    Jenny
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    brenda Senior Member

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    Hi Jenny

    I was on the Cutler forum for a while and people were reporting thatt hey had the dump about 9 months on. I tend to believe what sufferers say.
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    Jenny Senior Member

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    Hi again Brenda

    But I always wonder how people know they are 'dumping' mercury. Even blood and stool tests seem to be unreliable. When I feel a lot worse, there are all sorts of things that could be going on - increase in cytokines, killing of bacteria, cyclical reactivation of viruses or bacteria, intolerance to a food etc etc.

    Did you find the Cutler protocol helpful?

    Jenny
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    Jenny I think you get to learn it while you are chelating. I cannot follow the protocol as I still have amalgams in and am not well enough for removal yet.
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    Lotus97 Senior Member

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    What do you mean by "testing your mercury load"? Is that different than testing whether you have mercury toxicity? Is it the same with copper as well?
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    Sushi Moderator and Senior Member Albuquerque

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    Hi Lotus,

    It is checking the degree of heavy metal toxicity. I used Genova's Toxic Element Clearance Profile. It measures 21 toxic elements and places your results in a reference range. For instance I tested very high on Gallium and low on Mercury. Copper is not shown on this test as I guess it isn't normally considered a toxic element. I did have my copper level tested with another Genova test though.

    Sushi
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