How Would You Treat Lead and Use Challenge Tests?
Would chelate lead that was high in a challenge test? I tell you if I see high lead in anything I'm going to start treating it. And the challenge test - I wouldn't say I like challenge tests. I'll tell you why because when you give somebody a chelating agent sometimes you release a lot of heavy metals and yes you get your answer but now they're running around where they were stored somewhere relatively safe. You've now released them, and you've opened Pandora's box. You'll let Godzilla out. I've seen a lot of kids crash upon getting the uh the challenge test done. I realized that that is a tough thing to answer. I will chelate lead okay. There are lots of ways to do it, but I also look at all the other trace minerals and heavy metals. If you don't know what to do start applying them with trace minerals. I think Quicksilver Scientific has AMALGClear, which is a safe way of doing it. Okay, and of course, you could use parsley or I forget the other herb to help you gently chelate, to pull things out slowly. It is important, lead is one of the nastier things for the brain but aluminum and Mercury are even worse.