Chelation is the removal of toxic metals from the body.
In years past the question was… do I have a toxic metals in my body?
In 2016 the indisputable fact is that heavy metal toxins abound in our air, food, and water.
We now know that, without a doubt, everyone living on planet earth has some level of toxic metal exposure.
The more important question smart people like you are asking now is… how might these toxic metals be affecting my health?
Lead is one of the most prevalent poisonous toxins present in our air food and water. Lead can cause irreversible kidney damage and is stored in our bones can cause a lifetime of cognitive and emotional problems including memory loss and depression.
Mercury is a neurotoxin that is found in our air food and water, especially in fish. Exposure can cause neurological impairment, nervousness, high blood pressure, mood swings, muscle weakness, kidney malfunction, respiratory failure, and death.
Arsenic is a poisonous substance that can be in found in food, soil, and water, Long-term exposure to arsenic from drinking-water and food can cause cancer and skin lesions.
Cadmium is an extremely toxic metal found in the air from the burning of fossil fuels such as gasoline. Cadmium can cause irritation of the nose, throat, lungs can cause kidney problems which may lead to death from renal failure.
Beryllium is used in cell phone production and has been recently found in our air, food, and water supply and can cause weakness, fatigue, breathing problems lung and skin disease.
Potential Benefits of Chelation:
Although the exact mechanism of action of chelation is not clear, it is believed that chelation may reduce plaque formations in the blood stream by removing heavy metallic ions from the bloodstream and body. These heavy metallic ions promote the uncontrolled growth of free radicals in living tissue, which are believed to contribute significantly to the development of Vascular and/or Coronary Artery Disease. Therefore, by removing the heavy metallic ions from the blood stream, chelation may reduce the likelihood and/or adverse effects of Vascular Disease and/or Coronary Artery Disease.
Before beginning IV chelation therapy you have the opportunity to a challenge blood test to check for heavy metal and will receive a profile report of your heavy metal body burden. Periodic testing is done to check your progress and evaluate treatment results. By starting with this basic approach you will be amazed at dramatic success in the clinical treatment of advanced complex diseases.
Chelation agents are administered both orally and IV. IV chelation involves minimum risk associated with the clinical use of EDTA. Chelation using CALCIUM EDTA has been safely used in Europe for over 30 years. Doctor Blumer near Zurich, Switzerland has given tens of thousands of these without adverse effect and followed his patients for up to 30 years afterward. He has reported an unbelievable 80-90% reduction in the incidence of heart attacks and cancer in his patients who took at least 30 of these.