Chelation Therapy

Chelation Therapy

Chelation therapy is used as a means of purging toxic metals and minerals from the
body.

The most common and toxic heavy metals that can poison our systems and lead to
fatigue and illness are iron, lead, cadmium, and mercury. Iron is by far the most common
of the heavy metals that predisposes individuals to heart disease. It promotes free
radical activity and thereby leads to accelerated arterial damage. Lead and cadmium are
common industrial pollutants that also foster free radical activity and poison critical
enzymes that repair tissue. Mercury is found in some kinds of seafood and in dental
fillings. Its toxicity can depress the immune system and cause an array of symptoms.
Getting the iron, lead, cadmium, and mercury out can be accomplished with chelation
therapy, which both prevents and can reverse heart disease, atherosclerosis, and the
other problems.

Beyond its effects on heavy metals, chelation helps to remove inappropriate
accumulations of calcium from tissue. Calcium gravitates to atherosclerotic plaque in
blood vessels, leading to arterial narrowing and blockage. Chelation gently and gradually
mobilizes calcium from plaque, restoring elasticity and flow to blood vessels.
We have seen marked improvement in high blood pressure, angina, leg cramps and
diabetic leg ulcers, as well as improvement in mental alertness and memory, due to
improved blood flow to all areas of the body.

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July 13, 2015