My daughter did a baseline morning urine test and several things such as thallium, uranium, antimony and barium. This is WITHOUT chelating. She has just turned 6.
The only thing that we eat/drink that is similar is club soda from cans, (she might have 1/2 can a day maximum or less) and realsalt Sea Salt .
Otherwise we dont' even eat the same diet.
Is it safe to chelate children without a doctor's help?
If yes please direct me to safe information to chelate her.
Also, can a bit of canned club soda do this to her?
Or is it more likely to be from something else?
Thanks - it's very hard when it comes to our babies, I want to treat her, but don't want to just jump in and start doing something that may harm her in any way.
I have also stopped her from drinking any club soda at all, and was going to retest her urine.
I wonder is this normal? Most doctors don't test metals in urine. If I tested all the neighbour kids etc, would they also have these elevated metals in random urine testing?