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By Andrew Hall Cutler - Amalgam Illness: Diagnosis and Treatment: What You Can Do to Get Better, How Your Doctor Can Help You Paperback – June 1, 2000
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Top Customer Reviews
My whole life was falling apart. I'm a nurse, so I won't quit my vigilance.
I met a woman at the Vitamin store who said she has Hashimoto's due to her mother's amalgam fillings, and she was taking supplements to help. I dismissed her as crazy, but my health continued to decline as did my memory. At the time I was taking a supplement called ALA without knowing the half-life or that taking it with the amalgams in my mouth would cause catastrophic health. Eventually, the tooth next to my amalgam bore a hole due to the ALA trying to pull the metals out of my tooth. My health plummeted to an ultimate low.
I'm grateful for Dr. Cutler. I found the Mercury Detox Support Group on FB and he had just joined that week, as well!
For the people who write in these reviews about his negative personality, they are expecting that a man who has a PhD in chemistry, who also became ill be the utmost respectable person. Drop your expectations. Ultimately, he is a human being and he will not hide his strong emotions. That is what I call a "real" doctor. As a nurse, I have learned the most from those types.
No politics, no holds barred doctors!!
My health: Marked improvements: Improved memory, energy, mood, etc...
Give yourself a chance and do not give up, because every tiny improvement or step back will teach you something. You have to do as he says! He really isn't writing this book as a fad, so you cannot pick and choose! Also, he tells you how to talk to your doctor which is very important. Most medical professionals were taught a program, so they literally need you to be your own advocate.
Have a realistic outlook, this is hard work, but life is hard work and you may experience many bumps during this healing, but that is by no means a reason to blame Dr. Cutler. This is a challenge that will teach you so much. Embrace it.
Real health is hard, period.