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Chelation Therapy

Chelation Therapy, a procedure used to remove heavy metals from the body, is a clinically recognized process of detoxification through the use of special chelating agents.
Calcium EDTA chelation, otherwise known as (ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid) and approved by the FDA for the removal of lead, is a chelating amino acid substance that binds lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, and other toxic metals.

Once administered intravenously, calcium EDTA chelation scavenges for minerals and metals in order to excrete them through the urine, skin, liver, colon, kidneys, and sweat detoxification pathways.

Symptoms of Heavy Metal Toxicity:

  • Chronic pain throughout the muscles and tendons or any soft tissues of the body
  • Chronic malaise – general feeling of discomfort, fatigue, and illness
  • Brain fog – state of forgetfulness and confusion
  • Chronic infections such as Candida
  • Gastrointestinal complaints, such as diarrhea, constipation, bloating, gas, heartburn, and indigestion
  • Food allergies
  • Dizziness
  • Migraines and/or headaches
  • Visual disturbances
  • Mood swings, depression, and/or anxiety
  • Nervous system malfunctions – burning extremities, numbness, tingling, paralysis, and/or an electrifying feeling throughout the body

Chelation Therapy Root Causes

  1. If you have mercury amalgams (tooth fillings)
  2. Live in a home surrounded by lead-based paint
  3. Smoking / Second-Hand
  4. Eating contaminated foods (such as fish, processed foods, water)
  5. Working in a toxic environment (chemicals, solvents, cleaning products)

Common Chelation Therapy uses:

  1. Heavy Metal Poisoning
  2. Cardiovascular Disease
  3. Gangrene
  4. Multiple sclerosis
  5. Muscular dystrophy
  6. Psoriasis
  7. Diabetes
  8. Arthritis
  9. Alzheimer’s disease

Chelation Therapy FAQ

Is chelation therapy safe?

Simply put, yes. When chelation is used as a means of prevention, it can address possible free radical damage and cardiovascular problems.

Despite what skeptics may lead you to believe, when chelation therapy is administered by trained professionals, and in conjunction with the right diet, natural supplements, and lifestyle techniques, it is a comprehensive alternative treatment.

Chelation therapy, according to the statistics, is safer than driving a modern day automobile or taking popular medication.

Does chelation therapy hurt or cause pain?

Since chelation therapy uses a simple intravenous method, it causes little discomfort.

How do I know if chelation therapy is right for me?

If you suffer from history of cardiovascular issues, heavy metal toxicity, circulatory problems, and symptoms of gangrene, then chelation therapy may help your condition.

How old is chelation therapy?

Chelation therapy, used by the British during World War II, was first used by the U.S. in 1948 to treat lead toxicity. Since that time, the medical community has developed, progressed, and treated millions of individuals with chelation therapy. Until recently, many people have never heard of chelation therapy before.

Will chelation therapy effect joint replacement?

No. Chelation therapy only binds dissolved and positively charged metal ions. Since stents and joint replacements are made of stainless steel, alloys, and titanium, chelation therapy does not carry any serious risk of damage.

What harm does mercury pose to the human body?

If left untreated, mercury has the ability to affect every single organ system. Certain conditions are negatively impacted by toxic levels of mercury, including ADHD, heart disease, autism, autoimmune diseases, and many other neurological problems.

Can chelation therapy be used with other treatments?

Depending on the specific modality, chelation therapy can be used in conjunction with most other treatments, such as certain medications, vitamin supplements, and lifestyle factors.

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