Stay Away From Sulfur Rich Foods - Andy Cutler

Andy Cutler writes:
Some mercury poisoned people will not do well with sulphur foods (please follow this link to properly understand) , these are foods with high free-thiol content, not simply a high sulfur content, as can be found on many website lists. We calll them high sulphur foods to simplify. Foods such as like dairy, eggs, garlic, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, etc. can cause a lot of problems and may need to be avoided while chelating. Dairy is a very common sulphur food with free thiols. See the sulphur food list for more information and sulphur metabolism to understand its conversion. Mercury often interferes with the metabolism of sulphur foods.

A simple test

You can also try a simple test, and maybe this will convince you that you are poisoned by mercury. But be aware this test is only useful for those who really do have widespread fibromyalgic pain, and not for all mercury toxic people.

Exclude the following sulfur foods and supplements from your diet for a week. Those with high plasma cysteine will feel better, and those with low plasma cysteine will feel worse. Some of you will not notice any difference, but that doesn't prove you're not mercury toxic. However, it really might mean that your condition is caused by some other element/s or things I listed above.

(In no specific order)
eggs
dairy products
bakery products containing whey, cysteine, eggs or "enzymes"
beans (all types) and bean sprouts
soy (soy milk, tofu…)
peas
lentils
broccoli
broccoflower
brussels sprouts
bok choy
cabbage
kale
cauliflower
turnips
asparagus
leeks
rutabagas
onions
shallots
garlic
papaya
coffee
dried fruit preserved with SO2
bananas, avocados, honeydew melons (These aren't sulfury but some people do have problems with them.)
meat, poultry, fish


You should also exclude all next supplements and medications.

Some of them should never be used anyway, and others can only be used according to Andy Cutler. Therefore you should stay away from all of them until you read both books and learn how to use them.

(In no specific order)

ALA – alpha lipoic acid also known as just lipoic acid
DMSA – dimercaptosuccinic acid
DMPS – dimercaptopropane sulfonate sodium
R-ALA – R alpha lipoic acid
cilantro
EDTA – ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid
chlorella and other algae
TTFD
allithiamine
penicillamine
BAL – dimercaprol
DMSO
NAC – N-acetylcysteine
MSM – methylsulfonylmethane
whey protein
glutathione
cysteine
methionine
bromelain
papain
extracts of the mentioned vegetables (garlic, broccoli...)
dairy source acidophilus