What Are The
Benefits of Chelation Therapy?
Chelation therapy is widely used for the
treatment of atherosclerosis and other chronic degenerative diseases involving the
circulatory system. It also has other benefits. Many scientists suggest that the
beneficial effect of chelation treatment is from the removal of metallic catalysts that
causes excessive free radical proliferation. This reduces the oxidation of lipids, DNA, enzyme systems and lipoproteins. The chelation
halts the bad effects and initiates the body's healing process, often reversing the damage.
It removes the calcium and copper anions from the blood stream. The plaque lining the artery walls
are made porous and brittle. Eventually they may get
dislodged. Even if only a microscopic layer of the plaque is removed, it, along with a
smoothening of the artery wall due to the healing of the cells that line the arteries, can
improve the blood flow to the artery muscles substantially. This can prevent artery spasm
and minimize or prevent angina pain. Many patients who could not walk due to muscle
pain or angina pain have reported that they can walk without pain after chelation therapy.
We will examine how chelation therapy
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