The short answer is no.
Treating bacterial infection and curing foods to improve shelf life works in a different manner.
Heavy metals need to be protein bound, whether it be through red blood cells and escorted by a vehicle called fat (steroids) through the bowel. There are other routes but the goal is to do it safely, slowly without altering anything that comes in its path.
Blood chemistry through a balancing body chemistry concept is critical to eliminate fat soluble heavy metals like mercury.