- File Size: 337 KB
- Print Length: 211 pages
- Publisher: Capsule Press (April 23, 2011)
- Publication Date: April 23, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004XTWZXY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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- #898 in Alternative Therapies
- #1231 in Medical Professional Biographies
- #439 in Biographies of Medical Professionals (Kindle Store)
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Its so hard for people who are not mercury poisoned to understand what its like and that's why I have suggested to several people to have their family read this book. It puts you into the mind of one person who was mercury poisoned and we have a lot in common.
Its well-written, well-paced and I'm so glad this book got written. My only criticism comes at the end when she stops doing one chelator possibly too soon, but I don't know her, so how would I know for sure?
Anyone who has been unfortunate enough to become poisoned with mercury, knows the long and arduous journey it takes to diagnose the problem, and even longer to remedy it. Áine's book gave me hope, because she documented a journey that I am now embarked on - to remedy myself from mercury toxicity using the Cutler protocol.
I couldn't help but empathise with everything she went through. The clouded mind, the routine illnesses that keep cropping up, the restrictive diet to counter food intolerances.. I've gone through it all. But there is hope at the end, and that's why this is such a great story. Anyone who is burdened with mercury, should read this book. It will re-assure you that you are not on a journey alone, and that someone has walked the footsteps that you are in. It will remind you that despite the difficulty of chelation, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Áine holds no minor detail back. Her illness is described in shocking accuracy. But that is why it is so good - because it is relatable. You feel in tune with everything she says. This book is one of many stories about mercury toxicity, but none have gone to the great detail Áine Ní Cheallaigh has, and documented it in great detail and with a great emotional investment.
The book is not too long, which is a benefit for anyone suffering with brain-fog. It reads at the perfect pace, and is easy to follow. 5 stars.
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I do though think the story highlights the problem of heavy metal toxicity. Do rhesus negative women realise they are given shots of mercury during or after pregnancy to prevent rh antibodies. Then all the vaccinations and amalgam and coal fires and and and.... Joe public are not given enough information with which to make a true lay informed choice on these things and so in our ignorance we acquiesce.
How many of us are toxic we’ll actually it’s perhaps more appropriate to ask how many of us are not toxic- very few would be my guess.
If you have an illness think about and test for heavy metal toxicity. Best of luck.