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Defeating Heart Disease

Why EDTA Chelation? Intravenous EDTA Chelation brings these benefits to every blood vessel in the body, from the largest arteries to the tiniest capillaries, most of which are far too small or deep within the brain and other vital organs for surgical treatment. In many cases, the smallest blood vessels are the most severely diseased. The benefits of chelation occur from the top of the head to the bottom of the feet, not just in blocked ...

By |2021-01-18T08:20:44+00:00September 1, 2020|Heart|0 Comments

Heavy Metals & Chronic Fatigue

Chronic Fatigue is a disorder of unknown cause that lasts for prolonged periods and causes extreme and debilitating exhaustion as well as a wide range of other symptoms such as fever, headache, muscle ache and joint pain, often resembling flu and other viral infections. Also known as Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS), Chronic Epstein-Barr Virus (CEBV), Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), “Yuppy Flu” and other names, it is frequently misdiagnosed as hypochondria, psychosomatic illness, or ...

By |2021-01-18T08:27:08+00:00September 1, 2020|Heavy Metals|0 Comments

Metabolic Effects of Toxic Metals

It is now known in the medical community that chelation actual works by removing the toxic heavy metals which aid if not cause the arterial plaque buildup. It appears that these toxic metals build up in our systems and suppress the production of vital substances essential for normal circulation like that produced by the endothelial known as prostacyclin, nitric oxide and heparin-all vital for your body to maintain normal blood flow. The knowledge gained ...

By |2021-01-18T08:25:46+00:00September 1, 2020|Heavy Metals|0 Comments

Detoxamin Prostate Studies

Detoxamin Prostate Studies Comparison of the Absorption, Brain and Prostate Distribution, and Elimination of CaNa2 EDTA of Rectal Chelation Suppositories to Intravenous Administration Rita Ellithorpe, MD, Paul Mazur, PhD, Glenwood Gum, PhD, Gerry Button, BS, Julian Le, BS, Ernest H. Pfadenhauer, MS, Robert A. Settineri, MS, Garth Nicolson, PhD Tustin Longevity Center, Tustin, California Biological Test Center, Irvine, California Research Consultant, Sierra Research, Irvine, California The Institute for Molecular Medicine, Laguna Beach, California ...

By |2021-09-14T10:56:40+00:00September 1, 2020|Heavy Metals, Research|0 Comments

Toxic Metals Sources & Effects

Aluminum Sources Alum, aluminum foil, animal feed, antacids, aspirin, auto exhaust, baking powder, beer, bleached flour, cans, ceramics, cheese, cigarette filters, color additives, construction materials, cookware, cosmetics, dental amalgams, deodorants, drinking water, drying agents, dust, insulated wiring, medicinal compounds, milk products, nasal spray, pesticides, pollution, salt, tap water, tobacco smoke, toothpaste, treated water, vanilla powder. Effects ALS, Alzheimer’s, anemia, appetite loss, behavioral problems, cavities, colds, colitis, confusion, ...

By |2021-01-18T08:24:58+00:00September 1, 2020|Heavy Metals, Research|0 Comments

Hair Elements Analysis

Hair Elements. Check Levels of Toxic Metals Exposure. Hair Elements analysis provides information regarding recent and ongoing exposure to potentially toxic metals, especially methylmercury and arsenic, and time-averaged status of specific nutrient elements. This noninvasive screening test requires only .25 grams of hair. Elements are the basic building blocks of all chemical compounds, and human exposure to them occurs both from natural and anthropogenic sources. Many elements are considered nutrients and are ...

By |2021-01-18T08:30:18+00:00September 1, 2020|Analysis, Heart|0 Comments

Defeating heart disease and arterial blockages

Fighting Heart Disease. Understanding the Cause. The body has not learned how to dispose of heavy metals, even in very low concentrations, and tends to store them. Metals are stored in lymphatic and circulatory systems, vital organs such as the brain and the liver, and also in fatty tissues. EDTA removes heavy metals from the body by binding to them. Because Ca-EDTA has an affinity to toxic heavy particles, it ...

By |2021-01-18T08:21:23+00:00August 23, 2020|Heart, Heavy Metals|0 Comments

New study proves chelations benefits

Groundbreaking Federal Study Proves Chelation Therapy Helps Cardiac Patients EDTA Chelation Therapy has long been favored by many integrative doctors. Now, conventional cardiologists with vested interests in surgery and drugs are trying (and failing) to trash the study. What a surprise. TACT, the Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy, is a seven-year study funded by the NIH and carried out by university cardiologists and experienced chelation physicians from around the United States. ...

By |2021-01-18T08:22:01+00:00July 1, 2020|Heart, Research|0 Comments

Nih chelation study

TACT Study by NIH of EDTA Chelation Therapy Proves Highly Significant Benefits Up to 50% prevention of recurrent heart attacks and 43 percent reduction in death rate from all causes.” At the American Heart Association meeting in Los Angeles on November 4, 2012, Dr. Gervasio Lamas, principal investigator, presented results of the NIH-sponsored Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (TACT). This randomized, placebo-controlled study of 1,708 patients showed that intravenous disodium ...

By |2021-01-18T08:22:45+00:00June 23, 2020|Analysis, Heart, Research|0 Comments

Non-Cardiovascular Effects of Toxic Heavy Metals

Table: Noncardiovascular harmful effects of heavy metals. Heavy metal Most affected organs Chronic health effects References Arsenic (i) Central nervous system (ii) Lungs (iii) Digestive tract (iv) Circulatory system (v) Kidneys (i) Cancers (ii) Peripheral vascular disease, which in its extreme form leads to gangrenous changes (black foot disease, only reported in Taiwan) (iii) Skin lesions (melanosis, keratosis) (iv) Hearing loss (v) Reproductive toxicity (vi) Hematologic disorders (vii) Neurological diseases (viii) Developmental abnormalities and ...

By |2021-01-18T08:26:28+00:00June 2, 2020|Heart, Heavy Metals, Research|0 Comments
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