Yeah, it's the same guy alright. I saw the magnesium book advertised, and that's the same guy. He lives in Brazil? with some lady who was the "head" of a very seedy looking "clinic" and he denied selling anything, so he was tolerated for a while.
He used to write this long rambling gibberish about vaccines and how they "rape our young children".....on and on and on... He finally got thrown off the mercury detox boards, but one of the promising therapies back then was simply taking Epsom Salt baths and eating mcg doses of biotin. A lot of gfcf kids with leaky gut started responding to that combo and suddenly growing a few inches at a spurt.
Of course, it took a bath to "apply" the magnesium sulphate ( Epsom Salts ) so the transdermal method was also tried.
That's where he got the idea.
And it DOES work! But if he's a doctor, I'm an astronaut! lol...
About those black spots on your teeth. Black usually means Amalgam and it's hard to tell what kind of damage (if any) they're doing to your health. The thing is, if you don't try removing them, you could be treating symptoms for the rest of your life, since mercury doesn't affect any 2 people exactly the same. Mercury works it's mischief through oxidative stress and skewed mineral transport.
We had our fillings replaced with composite and once we chelated (using ALA) our health got a lot better. My wife had heart pains for her whole life to that point and doctors diagnosed her with "mitral valve prolapse". When we replaced her Amalgams with composites, her heart problems simply went away!
I love fish and although it makes me a little cringy now, I used to eat sushi for nearly every meal (overseas) It's very different than what you find at a Texas Walmart of course, but I never considered the parasite aspect when it was so freely available.
But we used ALA for chelating, so I just take a daily dose of ALA with my vitamins, and don't worry about eating fish so much, since I know that heavy metals will come out with my regular vitamin regimen.
One thing.....if you get your fillings replaced, don't expect overnight improvement! It happens that way for some people, but for most of us, it's a long process of years, not months or days.