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EDTA Chelation Benefits
The benefits of chelation therapy are many. Anytime a simple procedure like IV chelation or and even simpler therapy like oral chelation can cure a vascular condition like it cured my peripheral vascular disease it should be considered by every health care professional in the world. However it is not.

Simple usually means easy and inexpensive which edta chelation therapy certainly is and that is it's major downfall. No one but the patient benefits edta chelation therapy. There is not enough money in EDTA Chelation Therapy therefore there is no research and since there is no money or research the medical community as a whole would rather it go away.

However chelation therapy  does work and it has been taken by millions of people without any side effects. Further it cured my peripheral vascular disease and it has cured many thousands of other people's  various forms of heart and circulatory disease.

It is a very inexpensive procedure especially when compared to the medically popular alternatives. IV chelation can be from $125 to $150 per treatment and has little or no pain involved. Oral chelation is in the $2 to $3 per treatment range.  Compare that to open heart surgery and angioplasty. It is a no brainer.

EDTA chelation therapy is used by health care professionals around the world for a large variety of conditions. These health care professionals include both MD and DO doctors as well as  Chiropractic doctors and Naturopathic doctors. Homeopaths and other health care professionals such as nurses also practice EDTA and other natural ways to cure disease.

These are the edta chelation health benefits found and practiced by health professionals.

  • Peripheral vascular disease.

  • Peripheral artery disease.

  • Pain in the feet and toes caused by poor circulation

  • Leg cramps

  • Burgers disease.

  • Clogged or reduced flow in heart arteries

  • Avoids by pass surgery

  • Avoids angioplasty

  • Clogged or reduced flow in neck arteries.

  • Helps reduce stroke risk

  • Removal of lead and other heavy metals

  • Poor circulation caused by diabetes.

  • Instead if bypass surgery.

  • Reverse atherosclerosis

  • Prevents cholesterol deposits

  • Lowers present cholesterol levels

  • Heals open wounds (ulcers)

  • Reduces intermittent claudication. (Eliminated mine)

  • Lowers blood pressure.

  • Improves vision in diabetic retinopathy.

  • Makes arterial walls more flexible

  • Dissolves intra-arterial blood clots

  • Normalizes cardiac arrhythmias.

  • Prevents osteoarthritis

  • Has anti aging effects.

  • Lowers diabetics insulin needs

  • Improves memory (circulation improvement)

  • Helps reverse senility

  • Reduce the after effects of heart attacks and stroke.

  • Removes calcium from blood vessel plaques

  • Removes digitalis toxicity

  • Dissolves small cataracts

  • Reduces excessive heart contractions

  • Reduces Alzheimer-like symptoms

  • Reduces rheumatoid arthritis symptoms

  • Increases intracellular potassium

  • Reduces heart/stroke after effects

  • Improves heart function

  • Prevents cancer

  • Removes mineral and drug deposits

  • Dissolves kidney stones

  • Reverses diabetic gangrene

  • Reduces iron serum levels

  • Restores impaired vision

  • Reduces heart valve calcification

  • Reduces varicose veins

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