Penicillamine Protocol: D-Pen Mineral Provocation Test for Essential & Heavy (Toxic) Metals

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This paper, based on the work of Dr. Russell M. Jaffe, discusses a method to determine the body's burden of mobilizable potentially toxic minerals while simultaneously illustrating an assessment mechanism for nutritional divalent mineral status. Select the above listed title for the full paper, or click here for the two-page summary.

In order to determine the body's burden of mobilizable, potentially toxic minerals, this Penicillamine Protocol has been developed involving a short (3-day) course of d-penicillamine or Acetyl-d-penicillamine with specimin collection and testing. Included in this paper is a suggested treatment guide to reduce total toxic mineral tissue burden which is comprised of nutritional supplementation and dietary recommendations.

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