Re: Why is Cutler so against supplemental glutathione?
Typically people get most of their gains in the year or two after Amalgam
Some people are satisfied with the gains and move on with life. Others continue to do rounds somewhat regularly and notice gradual gains in other areas.
That has certainly been my experience. I have or had a lead and cadmium toxicity problem. My bone density and kidney numbers normalized after 1.5 years. I had improved food sensitivity
, more comfortable in social situations, better energy, more masculine, etc.
However lead comes out of bone very slowly. I continued to get health gains over the next several years--much stronger immune system, no eye floaters, can finally tolerate more than tiny doses of B12, not so sensitive to caffeine, not really hyperactive any longer when consume high phenol fruits, etc.
Cutler says if you are still getting health gains and you can still feel your typical side effects when you take a larger dose of chelators, you still have more work to do.
Remember some people are very sick and can only tolerate very low doses of chelators. The people with MCS chemical sensitivities are usually that way. I typically expect those very sick folks to benefit from 5 yrs of detox.
If you are still getting gains, why stop?
Finally I assume I have poor detox related genes because my father and I worked together for decades, yet he did not get my toxicity symptoms and I don't have his heart problems. With all of the toxins in our environment I'll probably do at least a few rounds of detox per year for the remainder of my life.