Chelation is a powerful way to quickly improve oxygenation

of blood. The most important rule to observe, though, is to take

the treatment slowly. Especially if ethylene diamine tetra

acetate (EDTA) is being used to remove heavy metals, it is important

to take the treatment over a two hour time period. Mini

doses may be given in a shorter time. Generally, you are in

charge of the flow rate. Discuss it with the nurse. Weekly

chelations can correct many problems of the elderly that no other

treatment could.

Because of hostility from insurance companies who do not

wish to add another cost to their ledger and doctors indoctrinated

with misinformation, bad publicity is given to this wonderful,

life-prolonging mode of treatment. Clinical doctors who have no

time to really investigate the statistics of chelation treatments and

for whom this is purely competition may feel antagonistic to

these treatments. Your loved one should not be the one who must

suffer from medical politics. Go to see for yourself what

chelation is all about. The receptionist should be glad to show

you around. The secret is to talk to the patients themselves. They

are usually sitting around a room, eating their lunch and reading

as their IV's drip. The pulse, blood pressure and blood chemistry

is also carefully monitored. Sit down with them to find out their

stories. Get a realistic picture of benefits and costs.

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