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Heavy Metals and Chelation

EDTA Chelation Therapy is approved to remove heavy metals from the circulatory system by the FDA. It is used by doctors everyday to do just that.

The heavy metals are lead, mercury and cadmium. These metals cannot be metabolized by the body and if they accumulate can cause many physiological problems. In other words they are bad juju for your body.

EDTA, the organic chemical ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, was first synthesized in Germany in the 1930s. In the bloodstream the EDTA molecule acts like a catchers mitt. The EDTA molecule catches the heavy metal molecule as they pass by in the bloodstream. However EDTA has preferences as to which molecule it favors most.   EDTA is water-soluble and chelates (catches) only metallic ions that are dissolved in water. The normal PH of the blood is pH 7.4 and at that PH the EDTA catches dissolved metals in this order. It's favorite metal is iron,  and then mercury, copper, aluminum, nickel, lead, cobalt, zinc, iron, cadmium, manganese, magnesium, and calcium in descending order.

Even though lead is way down on the list and the heavy metal mercury is closer to the top; lead poisoning was what EDTA was first used for in the 1940's. If you recall the history, it was used for the workers and sailors who were building ships during world war two at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. And it was here that they found that when the men were given iv chelation therapy for the lead poisoning their angina and circulating improved immensely.

Chelation therapy has been used successfully with over 200,000 children with lead poisoning with no side effects. Most of these children got the lead poisoning from eating foods with lead content and/or from lead based paint. This lead based paint is not used anymore and is specifically warned about every time you buy a house in most states.

There are other chelating methods and natural substances which also can be used to remove heavy metals. The most well known is the Chlorella and Cilantro combination developed by Dr. Dietrich Klinghart.

There are many MD's now recommending that people take EDTA orally every day like multi vitamins to ward of the dangers of the heavy metals. These heavy metals are increasing on a daily basis in the air we breath, the food we eat and the water we drink.

Heavy metals like mercury in vaccines are now being blamed for certain childhood conditions such as autism. There are over 4900 cases before federal judges and one has been recently settled with the Department of Social Services in favor of the little girl who had mercury poisoning.

Chlorella one of the super foods and it is a chelator too.

 The Dangers of Mercury Poisoning  The main reason for mercury poisoning is dental fillings. However, there are many other ways in our industrial and technological society.

Can Autism be caused by mercury poisoning?. Some people think that in some cases their children are having autism symptoms after they have had inoculations containing mercury.

Chlorella a food supplement Is a very effective heavy metal remover. It is especially good in removing Mercury.

The traditional Halloween season is upon us and the flu shot business is picking up. Not only that a majority of flu vaccine contains mercury, aluminum and formaldehyde. Read Mercury and Flu Shots

The Klinghardt Protocol for removing Mercury with Chlorella and Cilantro




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