Do NAC or MSM only mobilize copper, or do they also bind to it? And if it's the latter, how tightly do they bind?
In other words, is there a worry of redistribution as there is with mercury?
I've been using zinc to chelate copper, as Cutler recommends. But I wonder if NAC and MSM would be better. I also want to try molybdenum but it comes in such small dosages everywhere I've seen it sold.
It's really important for me to know how well these things bind to the copper released... I have extremely strong suspicions that I have Wilson's disease and if the copper is simply mobilized, my liver won't be able to process it at all.