There is no solid proof that zeolite can chelate mercury at all. Only marketing hype, so far that I've seen. Any credible data?
Edit: okay now I see the data. But would it be an effective replacement for DMSA or DMPS? what are their effects, as in side effects, when used in the human body.
Only thing that I have against zeolite is the lack of research(not enough) of it's effects on humans. Though the few instances of in vitro testings seems promising. Still, DMSA and DMPS is time tested and effective in humans while zeolites have not been tested in such a way.
Whatever chelating agent you choose to use, you should always concentrate on making sure you have the necessary building blocks to repair your body. Eating good high quality foods and the elimination of bad ones should be of utmost importance, the basis or foundation of health. More important than chelation treatments.