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Benefits of Chelation Therapy

Chelation Therapy, by removal of the accumulated toxins, stops and in some cases reverses the damage caused by the toxic heavy metals and free radicals. The body then gets a chance to heal itself and subsequently, many diseases can be healed.
In general, after a full course of treatment, benefits that might be felt by the individual, in lay man’s terms are the following:

  • Increased vigor and vitality
  • Improvement in skin texture
  • Increased perception and concentration
  • Fortified immune system
  • Increased resistance to diseases
  • Improved coronary and peripheral blood circulation
  • Marked improvement in Angina
  • Increased joint flexibility
  • Reduction in tension headache and migraine
  • Improved fertility and menstrual cycles
  • Improvement in penile erection and increase in libido
  • Weight reduction
  • Increased capacity for any physical activity, such as in exercise or sports.
  • Reduction of liver produced cholesterol, lowers blood cholesterol
  • Lowered insulin requirements in diabetics
  • Reduced high BP
  • Relief from leg muscle cramps
  • Reduction in Allergic symptoms
  • Improved psychological and emotional status
  • Enhanced sensory input: better sight, hearing, taste.
  • Lessened varicose veinspigmentation
  • Lightened age spots
  • Post cataract surgery vision loss restored
  • Cosmetic changes.. includes more lustrous hair,added eye sparkle, stronger unsplit nails, better skin color, fewer visible wrinkles and a more youthful appearance
  • Many chronic diseases like arthritis, diabetes, depression, after effects of stroke, Parkinson’s disease, heart diseases, etc. can be healed or helped.

 

Effects of Chelation Therapy at the cellular and molecular level

In medical terms these same effects would amount to the following processes in the molecules and cells:

  • Removal of accumulated toxins
  • Removal of metals which act as catalysts in the free radical reactions
  • Reduction of formation of lipid peroxides and hence formation of ‘plaque

 

  • Balancing of prostaglandin metabolism and function, which are atherosclerotic, involved in blood vessel contraction and dilatation mechanism, hormonal balance, and other homeostatic mechanisms
  • Reduction of cross linkages of proteins and hence, improvement of tissue elasticity and slowing down of the aging process
  • Balancing of the platelet function and hence decreased incidence of aberrant thrombus formation
  • Induction of Para-hormonal pulses facilitating removal of calcium from metastatic calcific deposits (as in plaque) while encouraging calcium deposition in osteoporotic bones.