CHELATION THERAPY

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WHAT IS CHELATION THERAPY?

Chelation Therapy means the removal of heavy metals and free radicals. Non physiological free radicals are the molecules causing destruction and damage to the body on the long run. Chelation therapy removes these non-physiological free radicals. As a matter of fact, intravenous chelation therapy is more than a 1,000,000 x stronger than the strongest anti-oxidant you can take by mouth.

Heavy metals have a large impact on the immune system. Hence the following conditions can all benefit from heavy metal detoxification:

* Treat Heart Disease - get chelation treatment in stead of bypass surgery or stents in the heart vessels.
* Main Pillar of Anti-Ageing Medicine - Removing heavy metals from your body, is like doing an oil change on your car. How come we take better care of our cars than our bodies?
* High Blood Pressure
* Chronic Allergies
* Skin Allergies
* Chronic Fatigue
* Diabetes and blood flow related diseases

Take a look at our Urine Test to see how high your metals are.

Chelation comes from the Greek word “chele” meaning claw. Chelation therapy uses a substance known as EDTA to grab on to metals in the body and carry them to the kidneys where they can be removed.

Chelation therapy began in the 1940s when the U.S. Navy used EDTA to treat lead poisoning of sailors exposed to lead paint. In the early 1950s, Dr. Norman Clark found that patients treated with EDTA for lead poisoning also had less heart pain. Patients also reported improved memory, sight, hearing, and smell and many reported an increase in energy.

In Preventive and anti-ageing Medicine, chelation is used to remove access heavy metals and free radicals before any symptoms develop.

The free radical theory of disease (caused by oxygen free radicals) provides one scientific explanation for the many observed benefits following chelation therapy. Many scientific studies published in peer reviewed medical journals provide solid clinical evidence for benefit. This non-invasive therapy is very much safer and far less expensive than surgery or angioplasty.

Chelation therapy is a safe and effective alternative to bypass surgery, angioplasty and stents. Hardening of the arteries need not lead to coronary bypass surgery, heart attack, amputation, stroke, or senility. There is new hope for victims of these and other related diseases. Despite what you may have heard from other sources, EDTA chelation therapy, administered by a properly trained practitioner, in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle, prudent diet, and nutritional supplements, is an option to be seriously considered by persons suffering from coronary artery disease, cerebral vascular disease, brain disorders resulting from circulatory disturbances, generalized hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis, also called arteriosclerosis) and related ailments which can lead to stroke, heart attack, senility, gangrene, and accelerated physical decline.

Clinical benefits from chelation therapy vary with the total number of treatments received and with severity of the condition being treated. On average, 85 percent of chelation patients have improved very significantly. More than 90 percent of patients receiving 30 or more chelation infusions have benefited enough to be grateful for this therapy—even more so when they also followed a healthy lifestyle, avoiding the use of tobacco. Symptoms improve, blood flow to diseased organs increases, need for medication often decreases and, most importantly, the quality of life becomes more productive and enjoyable.

When patients first hear about or consider EDTA chelation therapy, they normally have lots of questions. Undoubtedly you do, too. Here are the answers to those most commonly asked questions, explained in non-technical language.

WHAT IS CHELATION?

Chelation (pronounced KEY-LAY-SHUN) is the process by which a metal or mineral (such as calcium, lead, cadmium, iron, arsenic, aluminum, etc.) is bonded to another substance―in this case EDTA, an amino acid. It is a natural process, basic to life itself. Chelation is one mechanism by which such common substances as aspirin, antibiotics, vitamins, minerals and trace elements work in the body. Hemoglobin, the red pigment in blood which carries oxygen, is a chelate of iron.

* Main Pillar of Anti-Ageing Medicine - Removing heavy metals from your body, is like doing an oil change on your car. How come we take better care of our cars than our bodies?
* High Blood Pressure
* Chronic Allergies
* Skin Allergies
* Chronic Fatigue
* Diabetes and blood flow related diseases

Take a look at our Urine Test to see how high your metals are.

Chelation comes from the Greek word “chele” meaning claw. Chelation therapy uses a substance known as EDTA to grab on to metals in the body and carry them to the kidneys where they can be removed.

Chelation therapy began in the 1940s when the U.S. Navy used EDTA to treat lead poisoning of sailors exposed to lead paint. In the early 1950s, Dr. Norman Clark found that patients treated with EDTA for lead poisoning also had less heart pain. Patients also reported improved memory, sight, hearing, and smell and many reported an increase in energy.

In Preventive and anti-ageing Medicine, chelation is used to remove access heavy metals and free radicals before any symptoms develop.

The free radical theory of disease (caused by oxygen free radicals) provides one scientific explanation for the many observed benefits following chelation therapy. Many scientific studies published in peer reviewed medical journals provide solid clinical evidence for benefit. This non-invasive therapy is very much safer and far less expensive than surgery or angioplasty.

Chelation therapy is a safe and effective alternative to bypass surgery, angioplasty and stents. Hardening of the arteries need not lead to coronary bypass surgery, heart attack, amputation, stroke, or senility. There is new hope for victims of these and other related diseases. Despite what you may have heard from other sources, EDTA chelation therapy, administered by a properly trained practitioner, in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle, prudent diet, and nutritional supplements, is an option to be seriously considered by persons suffering from coronary artery disease, cerebral vascular disease, brain disorders resulting from circulatory disturbances, generalized hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis, also called arteriosclerosis) and related ailments which can lead to stroke, heart attack, senility, gangrene, and accelerated physical decline.

Clinical benefits from chelation therapy vary with the total number of treatments received and with severity of the condition being treated. On average, 85 percent of chelation patients have improved very significantly. More than 90 percent of patients receiving 30 or more chelation infusions have benefited enough to be grateful for this therapy—even more so when they also followed a healthy lifestyle, avoiding the use of tobacco. Symptoms improve, blood flow to diseased organs increases, need for medication often decreases and, most importantly, the quality of life becomes more productive and enjoyable.

When patients first hear about or consider EDTA chelation therapy, they normally have lots of questions. Undoubtedly you do, too. Here are the answers to those most commonly asked questions, explained in non-technical language.

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By Elmer M. Cranton, M.D.

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