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Chelation Therapy for Diabetes

Posted on October 10, 2013 | No Comments on Chelation Therapy for Diabetes

Chelation Therapy is a safe, effective and relatively inexpensive treatment for the restoration of blood flow for the elimination of toxins and heavy metals (e.g. lead, mercury cadmium and iron) from the body. These toxins are often related to hypertension. The procedure involves a simple intravenous infusion of Ethylene Diamine Tetra-Acetic Acid (EDTA), and other vitamins and minerals at prescribed dosages. The EDTA solution is allowed to circulate through the blood stream thereby treating the whole arterial system and regulate the distribution of required metallic elements. It also enhances the metabolism of calcium and cholesterol by eradicating metallic catalysts that damages cell membranes and facilitate the production of oxygen free radicals, which contributes in managing atherosclerosis, cancer, and lately even diabetes.

In a 2012 Study in the Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Lin-Kou Medical Center, in the Republic of China, the EDTA is shows to evidently improve blood circulation and eliminate of harmful ‘Free Radicals’ which in turn helps in retarding the progression of diabetic nephropathy in type 2 diabetic patients. It does not treat diabetes but helps prevent the occurrence of kidney disease or damage due to diabetes with regular therapy.

Moreover, the Chelation therapy also generally helps in promoting health by rectifying arterial blockages, eliminating, damaging free radicals that weakens cells. It helps improve blood circulation and eliminate toxins that in turn contribute in making cells stronger and dramatically decrease the risk of illness and acquisition of other medical problems especially for diabetic patients.

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