How Chelation Aids Cardiovascular Health | Chelation Therapy and Oral Chelation

How Chelation Aids Cardiovascular Health

Chelation reduces calcium plaques on arterial walls. These atherosclerotic plaques are not limited to arteries nearest the heart. On the contrary, they are widespread and can affect blood flow (oxygen delivery) to every cell, tissue, gland, organ, and system being served by the over 75,000 miles of blood vessels in your body. Chelation reaches every blood vessel in the body, from the largest artery to the tiniest capillary and arteriole, most of which are far too small or too deep within the brain or other organ to be safely reached in surgery. Other scientifically documented benefits of intravenous EDTA chelation therapy for the cardiovascular system include:
• Stabilization of arterial intracellular membranes
• Maintenance of the electrical charge of platelets in the blood, reducing blood clumping (aggregation) and preventing blood clots.
• Marked improvement in nearly 100% of 2,870 studied patients with peripheral vascular disease
• Normalization of half of treated cardiac arrhythmias
• Reductions of cerebrovascular occlusion
• Improved cognitive function in people with memory and concentration deficits and improved visual acuity (when problems are caused by arterial blockage)
• Improved myocarditis due to lead poisoning.
• Reduction of blood fat levels and improved capillary blood flow.
• Increased peripheral blood flow to the extremities.
• Improved compliance of vascular tissues; decalcification of elastic tissues resulting in improved elasticity and resilience.
• Improved red blood cell membrane flexibility and permeability to potassium
• Decreased blood pressure levels, as a result of excretion of cadmium from renal tissues, diminished peripheral resistance, improved blood vessel resilience and pliability, decreased vascular spasm, and improved magnesium uptake.

Posted in EDTA Chelation Therapy, Oral Chelation on Jan 14th, 2018, 7:38 am by mike   

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