Amalgam Illness: Diagnosis and Treatment

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Andrew Cutler, Jan 1, 1999 - Dental amalgams - 226 pages
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Written by a PhD chemist, not a novelist, but quite understandable by average folks. It is packed with great tips for dealing with the many effects of heavy metals--poor stress management, anxiety, low thyroid, yeast, poor sleep, poor concentration, disagreeable mood, tremor and so much more! I've been sick with strange problems for over a decade but thanks to Cutler I'm finally improving. I have hope for a reasonably healthy future. Learn to remove--chelate--heavy metals safely and effectively. 

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If you want fantastic information that will save you a lot of suffering and wrong turns...then THIS is the book. If you are reading it to grade it from an English Literature perspective, you will be annoyed.
Andy Cutler DEFINITELY knows what he is talking about and this book plus all of the information he has shared on web boards online make him an amazing source to support you through healing your body.
I am eternally grateful to this man, and most especially for how much energy he has put into the web board posts (see yahoo group called: frequent dose chelation Mercury Detoxification) where you can navigate through a lot of people who have had similar issues to yours in healing yourself.
The book is half the price if you buy it directly from his site rather than amazon, and for $35 you are getting invaluable information to save yourself from a sometimes debilitating illness.
Thank YOU, Andy Cutler for sharing your knowledge!!!
 

Contents

Medicine controversy and mercury
6
Why worry about mercury poisoning?
16
Mercury comparison of poisoned dentists and students as measured
18
Mercury comparison of poisoned dentists and the general population
19
Mercury is metabolized differently by assorted types of people
20
What mercury poisoning does to you
25
How different parts of your brain control your hormones
32
Simplified figure of the important steroid hormones
34
Brain mercury and how you feel after amalgam removal
52
Do you have it? How to diagnose mercury poisoning
54
What to do about mercury poisoning
67
T3 and T4 levels on various forms of thyroid hormone
117
What to take for mercury poisoning
133
Descriptions of stuff you can take Materia medica
143
Appendix
168
Normal relationship between ACTH and cortisol in healthy resting people
185

Complete figure of steroid hormones made by your gonads and adrenal glands
35
Figure showing the metabolism of sulfur amino acids and related compounds
36
Simplified figure showing the metabolism and effects of essential fatty acids
37
Complete figure showing the metabolism and effects of essential fatty acids
38
Schematic illustration of cell membrane function
39
Phase 1 liver metabolism
41
Phase 2 liver metabolism
42
Blood sugar and brain energy after a meal
44
Schematic illustration of how different antimercury drugs work in the body
200
Blood concentration of chelating agent for various administration schedules
201
Structure of various chelating agents and antimercury drugs
205
Average nonoccupational exposure to mercury 22
207
Conversion table for comparison of different challenge test results
209
Diagnostic probability table based on low population incidence
210
Factors for exact diagnostic calculation from symptoms
211
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