Chelation products

ALA, DMSA & DMPS available in smaller dosages for use with Andy Cutler's safe oral chelation protocol for mercury and other metals: Available in the following dosages:
1mg, 5mg, 3mg, 6.25mg, 10mg, 12.5mg, 25mg, 33mg, 50mg, 100mg.

ALA,DMSA & DMPS: 1mg, 3mg, 5mg; 6.25mg, 10mg; 12.5mg, 25mg, 50mg & 100mg

Andy Cutler’s Books

Amalgam Illness: Diagnosis & Treatment

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Low sulfur food list

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“The material on this page, including the food lists, is copyright by Andrew Hall Cutler and used here with his permission. It may not be further reproduced or distributed.”
Sulfur foods low in sulfur (thiols)
and also compatible with the Feingold Diet of low salicylate/phenols

For a proper description of sulfur foods go here first…

Foods low in thiols

  • abalone
  • acorn squash
  • almond milk
  • anchovies
  • artichokes (french)
  • avocado
  • bacon
  • bamboo shoots
  • barley
  • beef
  • beef liver
  • beets
  • bilberry extract
  • bologna
  • breadfruit
  • brown sugar
  • bulgar wheat
  • butter
  • butternut squash
  • cantaloupe
  • caraway
  • carp
  • carrots
  • casaba melon
  • celery
  • chicken dark meat
  • chicken liver
  • cinnamon
  • clams
  • coconut dried/fresh – “There is no significant amount of thiol precursors or thiols in coconut. However some coconut products are sulfited to keep them white colored. Read the label.” [Source: Andy Cutler]
  • cod liver oil
  • coriander (cilantro) – though low in thiols, this is a chelator and is likely to cause problems since it cannot be properly dosed e.g. its half life is unknown. Rather avoid.
  • corn (sweet)
  • cottonseed oil
  • dates
  • dried fish
  • duck
  • eel
  • eggplant
  • fermented fish
  • figs
  • flounder
  • game hen
  • game meat
  • gelatin
  • ginger root fresh
  • goose
  • grapefruit
  • grapefruit juice squeezed
  • guava
  • halibut
  • ham
  • herbs fresh – basil thyme, rosemary
  • honey
  • honeydew melon
  • jerky
  • king mackerel
  • kiwi
  • kumquats
  • lamb
  • lemons
  • lettuce
  • limes
  • lobster
  • loquats
  • mackerel
  • mahi mahi
  • mangoes
  • marjoram
  • meats prepared with tenderizer
  • mushrooms
  • non-frozen lemon juice
  • oats
  • octopus
  • oyster
  • parsley
  • parsnips
  • pears
  • pepper white
  • pepperoni (sometimes contains added ingredients such as garlic)
  • persimmon
  • pheasant
  • pickled fish
  • pigeon
  • pomegranate
  • pork
  • pork liver
  • potatoes
  • quail
  • rabbit
  • rice
  • rice milk – made from rice gluten
  • ryesalami
  • salmon
  • salt
  • sardines
  • scallopini
  • seeds – sunflower, linseeds, pumpkinseeds, flax
  • semolina
  • sesame oil , but sesame seeds are high in thiol sulfur
  • shark
  • shellfish
  • shrimp (fresh)
  • shrimp paste
  • smoked fish
  • smoked herring
  • snail
  • soybean oil
  • spaghetti squash
  • squashes - acorn, butternut, spaghetti, summer, winter, yellow crooked neck, zucchini
  • sweet potato
  • trout
  • tuna
  • turkey dark meat
  • turkey white meat
  • vinegar (white)
  • water chestnuts
  • watermelon
  • white sugar
  • whole-wheat flower
  • winter squash
  • Worcestershire sauce
  • yams
  • yellow crooked neck squash
  • zucchini

Visit this sulfur-free recipe blog to help make your life easier!

“The material on this page, including the food lists, is copyright by Andrew Hall Cutler and used here with his permission. It may not be further reproduced or distributed.”