Anti-aging Therapy

This is an article about an anti-aging therapy and its benefits.

After undergoing a tune-up lately with your car at local mechanic, you  wonder if  our bodies need to be “irrigated” with impurities sticking in our blood vessels because of our constant bout with combination of either alcohol, nicotine, toxic fumes, sumptuous foods laden with fats and salt, or worse with all of the above.

The answer is a resounding yes. And one of the modern treatments available is known as Chelation Therapy.

But  before you go to medical doctor who practice homotoxicology, you need to understand what chelation therapy is all about which formerly can be availed of in Europe or in the US.

Chelation Theraphy is done by using a man-made amino acid called EDTA (Ethylene Diamene Tetraaceric Acid) which is certified by the Federal Food And Drug Administration in the US for use mainly in lead (toxic mineral) poisoning.

The word “chelation” comes from the Greek chele which refers to the crab’s pincers. It describes how chelation works by getting rid of toxic substances found in our bodies by its pincers, even those in our tiny blood vessels.

Like radiation therapy that was considered an alternative modality in managing cancers in the 1970’s, chelation may one day find itself integrated in the mainstream or conventional medicine due to its value and potential as an effective form of treatment in helping the  patient.

In fact, the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine has already endorsed the use of EDTA chelation as a specific anti-aging therapy due to its therapeutic value in the abnormal tissue calcium deposition, impaired circulation, and free radical damage as inevitable consequences of aging.

According to medical experts, chelation therapy treats patients with coronary artery, carotid artery, and peripheral vascular disease, indeed a safe and effective alternative to bypass surgery and angioplasty. It improves the circulation not only to the heart and brain, but also to all other organs and tissues of the body.

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