Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Two More Reasons to Consider Chelation Therapy

According to the Mayo Clinic, women aged 70-89 who suffer a heart attack have twice the risk of a significant loss of memory afterwards. The New England journal reports that patients who undergo endovascular surgery for ischemic strokes to try to relieve the blockage in the affected artery do not do as well as those who receive standard care without surgery. Why not offer these patients chelation therapy? The risk is minimal and the potential benefits are huge. Obviously, further studies are needed, but TACT has documented the benefit of chelation for heart disease. This is the tip of the iceberg. See Family Practice News, March 1, 2013, p. 38, 41. Celebration of Health Association website

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