Maybe It's Mercury

I was born the daughter of a US Foreign Service officer in Lower Hutt, New Zealand in 1948.  As a “Foreign Service brat” I lived all over the world.  I attended the Immaculate Conception School in Kingston, Jamaica; The Peabody School in Cambridge, MA;  Calvert Correspondence School (taught by my mother) in Reykjavik, Iceland; The International School in Brussels, Belgium; The European Community School in Brussels, Belgium; Chatham Hall in Chatham, Virginia, and Middlebury College in Middlebury, VT where I majored in French.  I lived in India for 12 years, mostly in Saunta Vaddo, a fishing village in Goa.  My three children were born in Mapusa, Goa.  I now live in Burlington, VT.  I coach people in how to use the Andy Cutler protocol to clear up mercury and other heavy metal issues. 

If you are already working with a doctor or perhaps multiple doctors, that is very good.  I have absolutely no medical qualifications and was actually a French literature major in college.  But I have become an expert  on the mechanics of chelating.  I am an expert on the practical details of actually doing it.  I have been really sick, myself, and I have figured out how to make myself better...this through chelation using the Andy Cutler protocol.  I have made many mistakes along the way and fumbled up every way possible.  Ultimately, I have figured out how to do it right, stick with it, get it done, and recover my good health.  You can too.  I've been through it and can help you and be your guide.

I have a certificate as a health coach from the Integrative Institute of Nutrition and I have been trained and certified by Andy Cutler in how to diagnose and treat heavy metal problems.


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