Today’s rapidly increasing levels of pollution has made continuous Chelation based detoxification essential for anyone hoping to reach their maximum intended useful lifespan, while enjoying optimum health. The evidence is clear – we all need to ‘get the lead out!’ A recent study at the Tulane University school of public health demonstrated that the average blood level of lead found among Americans is high enough to increase the likelihood of heart attack and stroke. In other words, lead toxicity is ubiquitous in America and everyone’s health is compromised to some extent as a result.
Chelation is a chemical process in which a metal or mineral – such as lead, mercury, or calcium – is bonded to another substance. This is a natural process that goes on continually in our bodies. However, our bodies evolved in a less polluted world and they are not prepared to handle the heavy load of environmental toxins to which they are now confronted with on a daily basis. Chelation therapy is a safe and effective method for drawing toxins and metabolic wastes from the bloodstream. Chelating agents administered intravenously have been proven to increase blood flow and remove arterial plaque. Chelation therapy can help reverse atherosclerosis, can prevent heart attacks and strokes, and is used as an alternative to bypass surgery and angioplasty.
As you can see, we all need to take steps to get the lead out, and the fastest way to do this is to undergo a course of intravenous EDTA Chelation. EDTA is a synthetic amino acid that forms a tight chemical bond with lead and other minerals and carries them out of the body in the urine. As toxic metals are removed, normal cellular cleansing activities are restored and rejuvenated cells rid themselves of the calcium buildup. Your cells are capable of cleansing and repairing themselves when they are not full of toxins. The end result is healthy veins and arteries, which translates to reversal of" hardening of the arteries" and, well, healthy veins and arteries. Heart health is restored, and the threat of a heart attack is removed as the plaque dissolves.
Here is a link from youtube in which chelation therapy is further explained:
In addition, many patients receiving Chelation therapy are often advised to stop smoking, adopt a low-fat diet, get more exercise, and reduce stress – all of which have proven health benefits. Such lifestyle changes should be made anyway, even if you are not undergoing the therapy. We have to watch what we eat and let go of the toxicity that an unhealthy lifestyle gives.