Chelators can bind metals in the blood and release them via kidneys.
This is particularly important in metals that cause disease in very small quantities or serve as catalysts for some diseases, such as arteriosclerosis.
The chelation therapy can bind both free iron and calcium ions, which is why it is particularly used in diseases oft the
– leg arteries
– coronary arteries
– carotid artery
– Abdominal Aorta.
EDTA chelation therapy can be an alternative to bypass surgery and amputation when used in a timely manner.
On the other hand, chelation therapy is used to bind toxic metals that can be present in small amounts in the body – this burden cannot be easily determined.
The amino acid Ethylene Diamine Tetra Acetic Acid (EDTA) is administered together with vitamins and minerals as an intravenous infusion.
During the 3-hour infusion metal ions are captured and held by EDTA. The EDTA with the trapped metal ions is then excreted through the kidneys. That is why helthy kidneys is a must in order to be able tp perform this therapy.
Chelation therapy is used to detoxify toxic metals, which we have increasingly absorbed and were unable to eliminate in the event of missing or defective detoxification enzymes.
This not only leads to plaque depletion, but also prevents the formation of new plaques as metallic catalysts become bound and fewer free radicals can bombard the cells (oxidative stress). Thus, step by step, from infusion to infusion, normal cell function is restored to the inner wall of the arteries.
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Carolina Carbuccia Hinderer
Your Naturopath in Heidelberg