I don't think it would cause you any harm. A lot of people are desperate to get better and of course, worried about
having bad reactions and so I think they worry themselves about
nothing - sometimes. Of course, it's perfectly reasonable to be concerned but I think in some instances people are not willing to take the risk because of all the worrying and then people come along with incorrect info.
Really, I'd just go for it, especially if you're removing the fillings soon. Especially if you tested negative for mercury. The lead will probably not be a problem so long as you detox properly.
I was really scared of neuropathy and herxing prior to starting. Fortunately, I haven't had too bad an experience of either since starting. I could have been sitting here getting worse and worse but I went for it.
Here's info from the group about
METALS and DSF:
We have been advised by a very trusted source to avoid metals while on DSF. This goes against so much we have been supplementing as routine for years that we may not realize are possibly binding with the DSF to a toxic level and storing in the brain and body. What to do then? Look to your diet for increasing these healthy minerals without over supplementing while on DSF.
Here's a reference to help you:
Calcium builds bones and teeth; activates enzymes throughout the body; helps regulate blood pressure; and helps muscles to contract, nerves to send messages, and blood to clot.
Chromium helps maintain normal blood sugar levels and helps cells draw energy from blood sugar.
Copper assists with metabolizing fuel, making red blood cells, regulating neurotransmitters, and mopping up free radicals.
Iron helps make hemoglobin (the oxygen-carrying chemical in the body's red blood cells) and myoglobin (a protein in muscle cells). Iron is essential for activating certain enzymes and for making amino acids, collagen, neurotransmitters, and hormones.
Magnesium, like calcium, builds bones and teeth. It also helps to regulate blood pressure and blood sugar and enables muscles to contract, nerves to send messages, blood to clot, and enzymes to work.
Manganese helps form bones and helps metabolize amino acids, cholesterol, and carbohydrates.
Molybdenum activates several enzymes that break down toxins and prevents the buildup of harmful sulfites in the body.
Potassium balances fluids in the body, helps to maintain a steady heartbeat and to make muscles contract, and may benefit bones and blood pressure.
Sodium balances fluids in the body, helps send nerve impulses, and helps make muscles contract.
Zinc helps blood clot, helps make proteins and DNA, bolsters the immune system, and helps with wound healing and cell division.https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/precious-metals-and-other-important-minerals-for-health