Congratulations on exposing my evil plot to boost cilantro sales.
It really is hard to argue with a true believer because they will reject anything they don't agree with, even if it's right in front of their eyes.
According to "science" I didn't have a health problem in the first place. "Science" said the silver fillings are safe. "Science" says that there's no such thing as yeast overgrowth. "Science" says that heavy metals aren't a widespread problem. "Science" says that there's no physical cause for chronic fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia, etc. etc. It's all in your mind, so get over it.
What do we do when personal experience contradicts "accepted facts?" Do we just pretend the personal experience must be wrong because it is contradicted by "science?" Or do we accept the possibility that Science and scientists are fallible and there are more things in heaven and earth that they do not understand?
Do we pretend a bumblebee can't fly because Science tells us it's impossible?
I started with cilantro and chlorella and more than 6 months of using it made me feel worlds better. I began using the Cutler Protocol and my progress slowed down a lot and after a year or so, it was hard for me to feel any progress at all. I continued, but the progress was very hard to feel. I began using cilantro and chlorella again last year, and my progress has been obvious again. I've been very pleased with it. This must be because my brain has been destroyed by cilantro, right? It couldn't possibly be true because it contradicts what Cutler wrote and you accept like it's gospel.
I'm sorry if what I say doesn't agree with your constricted view of things, but that's the way it is. I will accept my own experience over the view of someone who simply repeats the same line like it's orthodoxy while ignoring anything which dares to contradict it.
I'm sure you would also dismiss all the stories I've read about people having bad reactions to the Cutler Protocol, especially DMSA. I'm sure you wouldn't say, "The protocol may not work for everybody."
A lot of Cutler's ideas are good ones. My method is, after all, a modified version of his plan with Cilantro/chlorella instead of DMSA (with a few modifications).
I will accept the possibility that Cutler is right on some things and wrong on others and continue with what's working for me, even though it contradicts what he said. Should other people follow my example? That's up to them.