Oral Chelation: A Better Treatment for Lead Poisoning

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Removing lead and other Heavy Metals from blood with Oral Chelation Therapy

The presence of Heavy Metals and Chemical Toxicity is one of the most under-estimated and unrecognized causal factors behind a host of unexplained and typically long term health problems.

Lead is one of the most dangerous heavy metals and is especially toxic to children.

Lead and lead salts are mainly ingested in foods or drinking water. Lead pipes and lead-containing glazes on ceramic vessels are often a source of lead. Usually, it is not acute lead poisoning that occurs, but rather gradual lead poisoning, in which smaller amounts of the metal are accumulated over a long period of time.

Symptoms such as muscle weakness, disorientation, memory loss, and anemia are the result. Currently, lead poisoning is treated with chelation therapy.

The most common form of chelation therapy uses a man-made amino acid called EDTA (ethylene diamine tetra-acetic acid). EDTA removes heavy metals and minerals from the blood, such as lead, iron, copper, and calcium, and is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treating lead poisoning and poisoning from other heavy metals.

Oral chelation therapy can help you to remove excess heavy metals from the body to prevent toxicity and aid the body in clearing non-essential concentrations of minerals.

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