EDTA Chelation Therapy
Detoxification of heavy metals and the healthy heart program.
Chelation is a proven, safe, and effective treatment for circulatory disorders. Since the human body has 60,000 miles of blood vessels that affect every cell and organ in our bodies, arguably the best way to maintain optimal health is to maintain the health or our circulation. Administered as a series of intravenous infusions in accordance with scientifically established protocols, Chelation has a track record of safety and efficacy unparalleled by other therapies.
Along with a healthy lifestyle including optimizing diet, exercise, and stress management, Chelation aids in restoring vigorous health and preventing degeneration and disease often associated with aging. These include cardiovascular diseases, the number one cause of mortality around the world. Medically supervised by a Doctor with advanced training in this field ensures the process is not only extremely safe but that patients receive individualized protocols that meet their particular needs. The following article outlines the history and science behind this extraordinary therapy as well as introducing you to the Chelation protocol.
EDTA Chelation Therapy: Introduction and History of Use
EDTA Chelation Therapy was first used during World War II as a poison gas antidote. Later it was used in the USA starting in 1948 as a treatment for industrial workers to remove lead. It has since remained as the approved and undisputed treatment of choice for lead poisoning. However, doctors began noticing that patients being treated for lead poisoning had the good fortune of also enjoying improvements in well- being, and particularly they noticed a decrease in symptoms related to heart and circulatory disease. For instance, some noticed a diminishment in angina (chest pain) and intermittent claudication (leg pain with walking) while others noticed better memory, sight, hearing, and increased vigor. It was speculated at this time that these improvements may be due to the removal of calcium and heavy metals from soft tissues and in particular from the lining of arteries. This mineralization causes hardening and atherosclerosis of the arteries.