Your message doesn't make sense -- if glutathione doesn't help rid the body of mercury in any way, then why would you go to the trouble of taking gsh precursors and why would you care if ala increases gsh?
That's one of the contradictions in Andy's work that's never made sense to me either -- he implies it's a good thing to increase gsh, then puts the kabash on actually taking gsh because it might make you worse -- which is it?
Since gsh is one of the body's primary means of ridding itself of toxins, it seems to only make sense that increasing gsh would help people who are trying to detox from a variety of substances. I'd like to actually hear from one person who says taking extra gsh made them worse -- I never really know whether Andy's just saying things to shore up his opinion or whether he's actually SEEN people get worse from taking gsh -- sometimes I think he does that.
I've personally talked to Boyd Haley about his OSR product (which, as you may know, was pulled from the market by the FDA) and its primary method of action was to substantially increase gsh. He has many studies showing actual results, unlike Andy's many "proclamations" about what will or won't make you better/worse...I'm not trying to say that Andy's way off base -- I think his basic protocol is well thought out and researched -- but he gets very defensive at times when anyone questions a particular recommendation of his or dares to ask whether some other options would work -- he flatly denies anything except his protocol will work, which reeks of over-inflated ego to me and makes it harder to believe him, regardless of whether he may actually be right.
So again, I ask -- have you heard of a single case of someone taking gsh or precursors getting worse from it?