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Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by Leon, Jun 4, 2013.

  1. Leon

    Leon

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    Hi -

    I've been watching Richvan's lectures on glutathione deficiency, and the symptoms are like a copybook of what I've experienced with CFS. I'm being tested for my glutathione levels now; however, I've just got back a hair analysis, and by applying the "counting rules" adopted by Andy Cutler, I am very probably mercury toxic. This would imply that both AC's and Richvank's protocols would be beneficial to me; my question is: which should I adopt first? Do I need to adopt both?

    I had thought that Richvank's would be best, because that might explain the mercury build-up (and associated low Na/K; lithium; high Ca/low Mg). Also, if I have trouble with methylation, I'm trying to clear mercury from a body that is prone to storing it!

    Very complex!

    Any views gratefully received.
  2. A.B.

    A.B. Senior Member

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    According to Cutler, glutathione supplementation will likely worsen symptoms in mercury toxic people.
  3. Sushi

    Sushi Moderator and Senior Member Albuquerque

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    Rich's Simplified Methylation protocol doesn't include glutathione supplementation. Rather, restoration of methylation will naturally restore glutathione levels to normal.

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