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Re: Which ALA to use?
 
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Re: Which ALA to use?


Alpha Lipoic Acid.

The regular ALA was used in the studies that Cutler used as basis for his protocol. He does not advocate the use of R-ALA for chelation. He discourages the use of "sustain release" variations.

Actually DHLA is one of the actual Lipoic Acid chelators but that is just a technical matter. We take ALA and the body does the rest.
http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/infocenter/othernuts/la/lastructure.html


Remember to take it every 3-4 hours around the clock for a few days along with antioxidants and other useful supplements.

Amalgam and other sources of mercury need to be removed.

12mg is a reasonable starting dose for a moderately sick adult. Those with serious psych or liver problems probably will want to start with 6mg or lower doses after a number of rounds of DMSA or DMPS.

The use of some DMSA or DMPS is often helpful to reduce ALA sfx and increase excretion of Hg.
 

 
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