Chelation Therapy offers new hope!
Intravenous Chelation Therapy, a simple office procedure using ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) reverses and slows the progression of atherosclerosis and other age-related and degenerative diseases. Heart attacks, strokes, leg pain and gangrene can be avoided using this therapy. Need for bypass surgery and balloon angioplasty often disappears after chelation. Research also shows that Chelation Therapy acts as a preventive treatment against cancer.
Chelation Therapy is a safe, effective, and less costly alternative to bypass surgery or angioplasty and stents. EDTA Chelation Therapy, administered by a properly trained physician in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle, 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 atherosclerosis and related ailments which can lead to senility, gangrene, and accelerated physical decline.
What is Chelation Therapy?
Chelation is a treatment by which an amino acid (EDTA) is slowly administered to a patient intravenously over several hours, prescribed by and under the supervision of a licensed physician. The EDTA infusion bonds with unwanted metals in the body and quickly carries them away in the urine. Abnormally situated nutritional metals, such as iron, along with toxic elements such as lead, mercury and aluminum are easily removed by EDTA Chelation Therapy.
Chelation patients are frequently able to return to work and resume sports and other activities, without the need to undergo surgery. If they stay on a proper diet, exercise within limits of tolerance, continue to take the prescribed program of nutritional supplements, and receive periodic maintenance chelation treatments (every one or two months, depending on the severity of the underlying medical diagnosis) they can usually go many years without suffering further heart attacks, strokes, senility or gangrenous extremities.
What does it feel like to be chelated?
Being chelated is quite a different experience from other medical treatments. There is no pain, and in most cases, very little discomfort. Patients are seated in reclining chairs and can read, nap, watch TV, or chat with other patients during treatment. If necessary, patients can walk around. They can visit the restroom, eat and drink as they desire, or make telephone calls. Some patients even run their businesses by telephone or computer while receiving Chelation Therapy.
Are there risks or unpleasant side effects?
EDTA Chelation Therapy is relatively non-toxic and risk-free, especially when compared with other treatments. Patients routinely drive themselves home after chelation treatment with no difficulty. The risk of significant side effects, when properly administered, is less than 1 in 10,000 patients treated. Chelation Therapy is at least 300 times safer than bypass surgery.
Occasionally, patients may suffer minor discomfort at the site where the needle enters the vein. Some temporarily experience mild nausea, dizziness, or headache as an immediate aftermath of treatment, but in the vast majority of cases, these minor symptoms are easily relieved.
Chelation is beneficial in treating many diseases
While there is no scientific evidence that chelation is a cure for these diseases, symptoms of arthritis, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, psoriasis, high blood pressure, and scleroderma have all been reported to improve with Chelation Therapy. Vision has also been restored in macular degeneration.