Chelation therapy for coronary disease

Chelation therapy for coronary disease

Modern humans are chronically exposed to a large number of toxins and pathogens. We accumulate heavy metals in our bodies, as well as the oestrogens of plastics, industrial chemicals, pesticides, yeasts, viruses, microbes and bacteria.

Our toxic load is so high that no one refutes the idea that most of us must do a thorough “detoxification”. Some people choose to eat fruit, others do a liver cleanse and others choose to irrigate the colon, to name just a few remedies.

Chelation therapy with the synthetic amino acid EDTA (tetra-acetic ethylene diamine) is a proven method to remove toxic heavy metals such as mercury, lead and cadmium from the body.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cardiovascular diseases (cardiovascular diseases) are the number one cause of death in the world, and more people die from cardiovascular diseases annually than from any other cause.

How does chelation work?

The word “chelation” comes from the Greek word “chelate” which means claw and means “grab”, which is what happens when EDTA joins with minerals and metals such as calcium, aluminum, iron, copper, lead and mercury, which allows to be eliminated from the body through the urinary tract.

Cholesterol is combined in the body with fat, calcium and other substances to form plaques in the arteries. The plaque builds up over time and hardens and narrows the arteries. This buildup is called atherosclerosis and can lead to cardiovascular disease and stroke. Chelation therapy cost is low and everyone can afford it easily.

The prevalence of EDTA therapy

Although EDTA therapy is used in Europe and the US, to a certain extent for the treatment of cardiovascular disease, it is still overshadowed by surgical procedures and lifestyle changes.

What exactly is EDTA?

EDTA is a synthetic amino acid, originally made in Germany to eliminate the toxic chemicals that contain heavy metals from intoxicated people.

How is it administered?

It is administered intravenously.

What metals and substances can you remove?

Some metals / minerals are eliminated in a certain sequence: calcium, manganese, lead, mercury, chromium, cobalt, etc. EDTA incorporates metals in their molecules and eliminates them in the urine.

What diseases or conditions can treat or cure chelation therapy?

Chelation can treat atherosclerosis (calcified arteries).

Manganese is more toxic than lead in the brain (neurotoxic) and is present in unleaded gasoline to prevent pre-ignition of automobile engines. The toxicity of mercury, lead, cadmium, chromium, cobalt, etc. It is well known and all these metals can be eliminated from the body with EDTA.

Is EDTA really effective against heart disease?

American studies have indicated that EDTA has a definite beneficial effect on coronary heart disease, especially on the left side of the heart.

How does the future of chelation therapy with EDTA look like?

Chelation with EDTA will become increasingly important due to its beneficial effects, especially in environments with overload of mercury, lead, manganese, chromium and cobalt.

It is very important to realize that “modern medical science” has no means for the removal of toxic metals from the human body other than by chelation with EDTA.

Chelation Therapy is also being used a lot in Anti-Aging Medicine, due to its great revitalizing effect by greatly improving circulation and therefore cellular nutrition.

Chelation Therapy is one of the most effective therapies for the prevention of myocardial infarction in patients with a history, but it must be directed by expert Chelation doctors.