Category: EDTA Chelation Therapy Side Effects | Chelation Therapy and Oral Chelation

What is Oral Chelation

Oral Chelation is ┬ádelivered orally and involves ingesting nutritional food supplements which contain chelating agents (EDTA & numerous natural chelators) and may include; vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants, phytonutrients, and herbs. Oral EDTA chelation has all the benefits of IV chelation, but is much slower acting because only 4% to 18% of an oral EDTA […]

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Posted in EDTA Chelation Therapy Side Effects, Oral Chelation on Jan 13th, 2018, 6:39 am by mike     

Deaths Associated with Hypocalcemia from Chelation Therapy, Texas, Pennsylvania, and Oregon, 2003–2005

Chelating agents bind lead in soft tissues and are used in the treatment of lead poisoning to enhance urinary and biliary excretion of lead, thus decreasing total lead levels in the body (1). During the past 30 years, environmental and dietary exposures to lead have decreased substantially, resulting in a considerable decrease in population blood […]

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