Re: Trends of Mercury, Alum, Copper.
Excellent work and diligence Feo, great to hear the improvements.
Those graphs over a 2 yr period really do show the slow elimination that takes place.
In some ways, compared to the chelation route, i think if we can eliminate excess metals slowly symptom-wise it's an easier journey.
Experiences other have had with DMPS etc have put me off using that standard chelation route.
What was your magnesium level on your tests during the times of stress you mention when metal elimination slowed?
I had super high magnesium levels (off the ARL chart)on my test with a Depression
of metals except alluminium/arsenic.
Prior to that test i was intensely stressed for many months, very long work days.
They say the magnesium levels relate to stress and wonder if yours went up when stressed?
On the face of it high levels can be seen as toxicity, yet i had not supplemented with MAG ever in my life before the hair test...and was also on a very low salt diet back then.
Cravings for deep green leafy chard i grew were intense back then - guess i needed magnesium due to eliminating so much with the stress.
I was going to have another hair test soon, which lab would you recommend?, i used ARL before.