Diabetes Treatment: EDTA Chelation

Ethylene diamine tetracidic acid (EDTA) chelation is an FDA-approved intravenous therapy that removes toxic heavy metals from the blood, improves circulation, and restores arterial health. Chelation is often used to treat patients with early kidney disease because, even at low levels, lead has been…

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Rid Your Body of Lead Toxicity With Chelation Therapy

…to do this is to undergo a course of intravenous (IV) EDTA chelation, also called chelation therapy. EDTA is a synthetic amino acid that forms a tight chemical bond with lead and other minerals and carries them out of the body in the urine. EDTA chelation has been the number-one FDA-approved therapy…

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Sugar Dressings for Diabetic Ulcers

…treatments, including a therapeutic diet and targeted nutritional supplement program (he was obviously unable to exercise). He also underwent a course of EDTA chelation. In addition, we treated his infected diabetic ulcer—which was so far gone the skin was almost black—with sugar dressings. When sugar…

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