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2. Corn syrup. Avoid corn syrup. Researchers just announced that mercury contamination is extremely common in high fructose corn syrup: 50% of products tested by researchers were contaminated!  The issue apparently is that there are no standards for mercury residue in hydrochloric acid and hydrochloric acid is used to make high fructose corn syrup. NOTE: You should be safe consuming Fish Oil as a recent Consumer Lab Study looked at over 50 fish oil brands and found all were mercury-free.  (Fyi: PCBs and lead were also in check.)
3. Glutathione. Boost your body's glutathione levels. Glutathione is your natural detoxification chemical. I have dedicated a whole page, How to Naturally Boost Your Glutathione Levels, to the subject.
4. Coriander, Parsley and Cilantro. These three herbs and spices are known for binding easily to mercury and some experts feel these can aid in detoxing the body from mercury, lead and other heavy metals. 
5. Watch Those Mercury Fillings. Removing mercury fillings dramatically reduces plasma mercury levels according to a couple of studies.  Should you remove them. Talk to your doctor and dentist about that one. However, mercury loading looks like a potential issue, especially for those who chew gum or grind their teeth.  One animal study showed that 12 fillings could actually impair kidney function short term.  What if you have 2 or 3 fillings leaching out mercury over decades? That is a difficult question, but it may have to do with your genetics: see #1.
6. Undenatured Whey. The standard wheys in most stores are loaded with nasty excitotoxins and, just as important, do not boost your glutathione levels as real whey does. I cover this in more detail in my link on Undenatured Whey, which is a powerful glutathione booster.
CAUTION: If you have a medical condition or are on any medications, please discuss any changes with your doctor first. Certain supplements, foods and even juices can alter absorption rates of certain medications for example. Play it safe.
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2) J Environmental Health, Jan 2009, 8:2"Mercury from chlor-alkali plants: measured concentrations in food product sugar", Renee Dufault, et al; Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, Jan 26 2009, "Much High Fructose Corn Syrup Contaminated with Mercury New Study Finds: Brand Name Food Products Also Discovered to Contain Mercury".
4) Reproductive Toxicology, 1991, 5(3):205-209, "Ultrastructural demonstration of mercury in sertoli and leydig cells of the rat following methyl mercuric chloride or mercuric chloride treatment"
5) Reproductive Toxicology, Sep-Oct 1993, 7(5):469-475, "Autometallographic detection of mercury in testicular tissue of an infertile man exposed to mercury vapor"
6) Occup Environ Med, Aug 1994, 51(8):536–540, "Endocrine function in mercury exposed chloralkali workers"
7) Comptes Rendus de l'Academie Bulgare des Sciencesi, 53(12):91, "Mercury Vapour and Some Reproductive Parameters in Human"
12) Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 1997 May, 144(1):156-62, "Mercury in saliva and feces after removal of amalgam fillings"
13) J Dent Res, 1996 Jan, 75(1):594-8, "Long-term Use of Nicotine Chewing Gum and Mercury Exposure from Dental Amalgam Filling"
14) AJP - Regu Physiol, Oct 1 1991, 261(4):R1010-R1014, "Mercury from dental 'silver' tooth fillings impairs sheep kidney function"
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