Thinking Out Loud: Tex and Dr. Andy Cutler Part 1

texCutler Chelation is known for being the slowest, safest chelation protocol recommended for children with ASD. Dr. Andy Cutler, after learning he had mercury toxicity himself, developed a more gentle approach to removing heavy metals from the system than the traditional chelation protocols.  Using small amounts of ALA, parents chelate their child for 3-4 days and then take a break for a few days before starting a new round.

Dr. Andrew Cutler shares with Thalia Seggelink the basics of his chelation protocol and provides resources for viewers to dig deeper in learning the ins and outs of chelation. This is part one of a two part series. Stay tuned tomorrow for part two.

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7 Responses to Thinking Out Loud: Tex and Dr. Andy Cutler Part 1

  1. Annie Eskeldson says:

    Awesome to be able to see this! I’ve never seen Dr. Andy Cutler before. 2 kids over here, just finishing round 18 today. Thank you, Dr. Cutler.

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  3. Yun says:

    I cant see the video here or on yotube. How i wish i could see it!
    Does anybody have a text version of this interview?
    My DD has improved a lot due to this protocol, yet we still have a long way to go!

  4. Treal says:

    I owe my sons recovery (and soon mine) to this man. Thank you Andy Cutler.

  5. Rebecca says:

    Thank you so much for this interview and thank you Dr. Cutler. We have just finished our first round of combined DMSA and ALA, 6th round overall. We have seen great gains already! Attachment and social language like we’ve not seen yet. Only 3 years and 10 months to go ;). Haha. I look forward to tomorrow’s post!!!

  6. Michelle b says:

    Finally, Andy is getting the respect he deserves! My son is dramatically better due to the protocol!

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