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This book explains how the modern epidemic of disabling, incurable chronic diseases is due to unrecognized mercury poisoning. Many conditions, from Parkinson's disease and autism - widely recognized as terrible afflictions, to those like chronic fatigue and fibromyalagia which, though equally serious, are disparaged as "yuppie flu" can be undiagnosed mercury poisoning. The ...more
Unknown Binding, 226 pages
Published January 1st 1999 by Andrew Hall Cutler
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This is a controversial topic, but clearly one that is being examined more closely in public policy (cue: recent dubious study by CDC denying the link between mercury in vaccines and autism) as well as a touchy subject in the medical community for over 200 years.

Talk to 9/10 dentists and they will tell you the FDA has approved the use of mercury in amalgams and there is no danger of mercury vapor being released once the fillings are in place. I think the more telling fact is that in 1840, the A
John Macgregor
The authoritative book on mercury poisoning via dental amalgams (& vaccines et al) - by the research chemist who has put in the hard yards: many years of study on this one topic.

Cutler not only figured out how mercury gets into our bodies, how & where it distributes, but how to get it out.

Hundreds of testimonies on various forums (such as Frequent Dose Chelation) from parents of formerly autistic children, & adults who have got their lives back, speak to the effectiveness of the Cutl
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AMALGAM ILLNESS: Diagnosis and Treatment is, by far, the most in-depth and complete books I've read on addressing Heavy Metal Toxicity. After months of reading opinion after opinion, I finally gave in and bought this book. Having mercury toxicity myself, from which I developed many chronic conditions, this book was extremely comprehensive in understanding what I believe to be the proper way to chelate heavy metals and, for the most part, many of the symptoms that can be caused by this.

I have ye
Very repetitive, hard to follow, and full of distracting personal anecdotes/opinions. Well worth wading through for the invaluable insights on otherwise unavailable anywhere else, ie. safest regimen for heavy metal detoxification and support, nutrient processing pathways of the liver and it's enzymes.
Nancy Phillips
This book saved my life after my health seriously crashed after chelating from mercury the wrong way, with an amalgam still hidden in my mouth under a crown. A must if you have, or suspect mercury toxicity. This book is extremely thorough and has the best advise possible for recovery from amalgam toxicity.
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