Chelation

EDTA (ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid) is a synthetic amino acid which can attach itself to metals and minerals, forming a particular kind of bond called a chelate. Heavier metals such as lead have a greater affinity to EDTA and form stronger bonds.

The goal of chelation therapy is to target and safely remove potentially toxic heavy metals and/or minerals from the body. These include Mercury, Lead, Arsenic, Copper, and Aluminum.   

The buildup of toxic metals can negatively impact the body. Depending on where you live and your water levels, your occupation, and lifestyle habits you may be exposed to several different types and levels of toxic metals. Chelation Therapy is the most effective therapy to remove the buildup of heavy metals from the body.

Heavy metals such as lead, aluminum, cadmium, and mercury are considered neurotoxins and can cause the following symptoms:

  • Brain fog

  • Fatigue

  • Eczema

  • Skin rash

  • Hair loss

  • Anxiety and/or depression

  • High blood pressure

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