I have little to no experience with chelation, but I am inspired by the fact that we have a protein that takes care of the metal load; if, of course, you have the bricks to make it;
"Methallothionein is a protein that carries out very vital functions in the body. There are four different types of this protein. It is made up of 60 to 70 amino acids and 7 atoms of zinc. One of its most important functions is the protection against heavy metals. For this reason high concentrations of this protein are present in the mucous membrane of the intestine where it serves as a binding agent for heavy metals by exchanging zinc for mercury, lead, platinum, aluminium etc. "
Metallothonein also plays an important role in several other processes in the body:
"It regulates zinc and copper concentration in the blood.
It is essential in the development and functioning of our immune system.
It is indispensable in the development of nerve cells (neurons) in the brain together with the Omega-3 fatty acids.
It protects against excessive yeast growth in the intestines.
It prevents intestinal infections.
It is involved in gastric acid production.
It influences taste and texture sensation of food in the mouth.
It has a regulating influence on hippocampal behaviour.
It is involved in the emotional development and socialization (amygdala)."