Do you or someone you know suffer from cardiovascular problems associated with heart disease, diabetes, and angina symptoms? While chelation therapy has oftentimes been overlooked by conventional doctors as a practical treatment measure, new research has surfaced claiming otherwise. According to a recent 10-year clinical trial conducted by the National Institute of Health, chelation therapy showed an 18% reduced risk of stroke, heart attack, and even death. If chelation therapy can help individual’s combat cardiovascular risks, imagine what it could prevent when combined with other complementary medicines.
Even though chelation therapy has been used in the medical community for over fifty years, many people are unaware of its function. Chelation therapy, which involves infusing chelating agents directly into the bloodstream to remove heavy metals, is a powerful adjunct therapy that may be able to reduce plaque. As arteries harden and become blocked, mineral waste such as calcium, platelets, and cellular debris block precious cardiovascular pathways. When these pathways become clogged, the risk of a possible heart attack goes up.
Dr. Gervasio A. Lamas, a leading investigator at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami, explained, “There may be a biological effect and that biological effect should be taken seriously.” That being said, out of the 1,708 patients that entered the study, half were given the special chelating agent disodium ethylene diamine tetra ecetic acid, or EDTA, in combination with other vitamins. Even though the research is slowly beginning to pour in, the lengthy study marks an important step in the field of science and preventative medicine.
For over 20 years, The Salerno Center for Complementary Medicine has used only FDA certified chelating agents administered by professional registered nurses under strict doctor supervision in a relaxed environment. Since safety plays a major role in everything we do, we conduct regular personalized follow-ups to monitor your progress, develop powerful detoxifying supplement strategies, and put together a one of a kind diet that keeps you feeling healthy, fit, and metal free.
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