Beyond all the references provided here, a number of books have been written over the years discussing the copper toxicity phenomenon, including warnings going as far back as the 1970s. This page provides a timeline for some of these publications.
Mental and Elemental Nutrients
by Carl Pfeiffer, MD, PhD, 1975
In this "Physician's Guide to Nutrition and Health Care", Pfeiffer pioneered the warning regarding the impending copper toxicity implications on female health, in part caused by the increasing use of birth control pills and copper IUDs.
Energy: How it Affects your Emotions,
Your Level of Achievement, and Your Entire Well-Being
by Chatsworth & Eck, 1985
A look at the role that minerals play in energy production, and the impact of mineral-based energy issues (including especially that from copper toxicity) on emotions, health, relationships and more.
Trace Elements & Other Essential Nutrients
by Dr David L.Watts, 1995
David Watts, PhD, the founder of the Trace Elements Inc testing lab for HTMA, describes in this book the effects of various toxicities and deficiencies, nutrition interrelationships, and the neuroendocrine effects on nutritional status.
Why Am I Always So Tired?
by Ann Louise Gittleman, 1999
Gittleman, one of America's leading and pioneering women of nutrition, explains how excess copper has caused energy impairment in so many women. 'Discover how correcting your body's copper imbalance can keep your body from giving out before your mind does'.
Handbook of Copper Pharmacology and Toxicology
by Edward J. Massaro, 2002
A deep scientific dive into the biochemistry of copper and its role in health and disease. Included are discussions on copper proteins and transport, copper toxicity and therapeutics, copper metabolism, and it's role in diseases such as Menkes, Wilson's, Parkinson's and more.
The Strands of Health
by Dr Richard Malter, PhD, 2004
Valuable insights into HTMA, copper toxicity and the calcium shell from this pioneering clinical psychologist and nutritionist who spent his career specializing in HTMA and the psychological effects of mineral imbalance, especially that of copper toxicity.
Mineral Mastery Training Course
by Rick Fischer, 2017
The original online education course for both the general public as well as practitioners, focused on empowering mineral-based health education, including a special focus on copper toxicity.
I Cu Copper
Deb Sheesley Tokarz, 2019
One survivor's story of her personal struggle with depression and her 15 year journey to finding the underlying cause which has affected so many other women - copper toxicity. Through journal writings and science, the book expands beyond just the author's journey, offering a key cause behind depression, anxiety and fatigue experienced by many.
Helping Women Navigate Copper Imbalance
by Rick Fischer, 2021
Based on the compilation of research available at www.coppertoxic.com together with years of clinical experience, this free eBook provides the ultimate easy-to-read overview to help women navigate copper toxicity, find clear answers, and get on the right path for detoxing and healing.
TOGETHER...WE CAN INCREASE AWARENESS AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE