EDTA Chelation Therapy References

1-100 Ahrens FA and Aronson AL: A comparative study of the toxic effects of calcium and chromium chelates of ethylenediaminetetraacetate in the dog. Toxic Appl Pharmac 18:10, 1971. Ahrens FA and Aronson AL: Toxicity of calcium ethylenediaminetetraacetate in dogs. Fed Proc Fedn Am Soc Exp Biol 27:1401, 1968. Adams WJ and McGee CT: Chelation therapy: a survey of treatment outcomes and selected socio-medical factors. J Adv Med 5(3):189, 1992. Agerty HA: Lead poisoning in children. ...

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Healthy Longevity

Healthy Longevity Aging is the accumulation of body changes that affects the length of the human body’s functional existence. Science has linked premature aging with our exposure to the toxic metals and chemicals that are in every aspect of our lives. Various factors cause the body to deteriorate, including injuries that do not heal completely, toxic heavy metals and chemicals, allergies, poor nutrition, stress, and inactivity. If premature aging can be halted ...

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EDTA CaNa2 Suppositories (Detoxamin®): Not everyone can afford IV chelation treatments. Therefore, Detoxamin provides the answer to halting the oxidative damage we all experience from heavy metals. Its efficacy, effectiveness, and safety has been clinically and scientifically proven. Detoxamin has “rediscovered” Chelation Therapy with a new and novel route of delivery, and superior mechanism of action to intravenous treatment. The active ingredient, calcium disodium EDTA, circulates in the blood and is present ...

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