Resources for Cutler Protocol Heavy Metal Detox
The following are resources for those learning about Cutler Protocol heavy metal detox.
The heavy metal detox protocols in the writings of Andy Cutler, PhD Chemistry, tend to be more conservative than some of the other detox methods you'll come across.
Cutler encouraged the use of low-dose oral chelation rather than high dose IV chelation.
Along with the three chelators he most commonly recommended--Lipoic Acid, DMPS, DMSA--he encouraged people to take additional antioxidants--vitamin C, E, maybe selenium and others--to provide protection from the heavy metals mobilized by the chelators.
Cutler Protocol detox is relatively inexpensive for those who do not have any silver-mercury Amalgam
dental fillings. Removal of Amalgam
can be expensive.
Cutler's first two books.
Amalgam Illness http://noamalgam.com
The Search feature in Google Books can be quite handy along with the hard copy.
Hair Test Interpretation Book: http://www.noamalgam.com/hairtestbook.html
When Cutler died in 2017 he was working on a new book. It was finished with by a woman who herself had her health greatly improve from AC detox. This is an excellent resource for those beginning to learn about AC detox.
The Mercury Detoxification Manual
the book is also available at the site of the coauthor, Rebecca Rust Lee. Rebecca's story and other information for those using or considering AC protocol are available at her site.
If you or a sickly loved one is wondering if heavy metals could be a contributing factor, check out the recovery stories of those who had their lives transformed by years of Cutler detox. If you can identify with the symptom lists and experiences of those who responded to AC detox, you might be one of them, even if, like many or most of them, your insurance doctor says you don't have a heavy metal toxicity problem.
Living Networks is an excellent resource for those using AC protocol. They have a library of over 1000 hair tests plus symptom lists from detox group members. They have a very good reputation in the detox support groups.
Cutler did a number of audio interviews over the years. The following are interviews that are well suited for those learning about heavy metal toxicity and detox.
Cutler-Pompa 2010 Audio Interview. Both men struggled to get a good diagnosis but got much improved with oral chelation. They describe many of their symptoms, especially those that were most helpful during the diagnosis phase.
Wise Traditions 2016 podcast
If you have a loved one who is quite sick and who you think heavy metals are a contributing factor, Dave Hammond's book would be a good resource. I especially like it for convincing someone that heavy metals might be a factor in their list of symptoms. Dave struggled for many years to get a good diagnosis for his work related mercury poisoning but got much improved with AC detox.
Mercury Poisoning: the Undiagnosed Epidemic
Members of the large Cutler support group at Yahoo have moved to Facebook and a new group intended to better isolate the community from the censorship whims of the tech giants.
Cutler's 2017 article on hair testing for toxic metals. The information is similar to information in his earlier book on hair test interpretation.
Archives of several of the Yahoo support groups.