I’ve been fighting a host of chronic health issues for 10+years now. I have come to believe that heavy metal poisoning is likely the root cause. In this post, you can learn more about my journey with low-dose chelation on the Andy Cutler Chelation (ACC) protocol. *This is the second post in a series.*
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Today when I was surfing patient communities, I found this post by an academic named Todd Kaneko. My health-related blog posts are the most well-trafficked ones on this site, and this poem reminds me to continue to make myself vulnerable by sharing my health experiences here. I am currently working on a long (multi-month) blog […]
In this post, I describe my planning for and beginning the Andy Cutler Chelation (ACC) protocol. These months have included lots of ups and downs – mostly downs, unfortunately – including a Chronic Lyme diagnosis, and the realization that I passed my heavy metal poisoning to both kids in utero. On the upside, I’ve managed to get myself into a routine with ACC, and we’re chelating the kids now too. I hope I’ll have more good news than bad to share the next time I write.
This blog post is a follow up to one I wrote about a year ago called It’s Not Just Flint, in which I started to address my lead and mercury poisoning. Although much of what I learned still holds true, I’ve learned a lot more since then. In this post, I’ll be mostly focused on […]