Heavy Metals, Chelation Therapy & Chelation Suppositories
A formidable amount of data exists that clearly indicate the insidious toxicity of non-physiological metals such as mercury, lead, nickel, cadmium, arsenic and aluminum where specific mechanisms for the neurotoxic, nephrotoxic and immune-dysregulatory effects of these metals are identified. A major portion of the population is at risk for chronic, low-level exposure to toxic heavy metals from environmental and occupational sources, as well as dental materials. There is increased need and demand for more consumer friendly, less invasive, less time- consuming broad specificity metal chelation suppositories consistent with the time constraints and health goals of many members of our society today. The air we breathe, the food we eat, and the water we drink can impact our health immensely. And we know they all are filed with toxins. Shouldn’t we be concerned about the established relationship between toxins, cancer, heart disease, and other chronic illnesses? Especially now that cancer is the #1 cause of death and the #1 cause of death among children 1-15!
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How Do Metals Produce Toxicity?
Chelation therapy is an intravenous therapy using the synthetic amino acid “EDTA” (ethylene diamine tetra-acetic acid) to detoxify the body by bonding with the toxic metals in the body and carrying them away in the urine. EDTA has the ability to bond or “hook onto” atoms of calcium, lead, cadmium, mercury, and others as well as some of the trace minerals through the process of chelation. For more than 40 years, chelation has been used successfully for patients with vascular diseases such as atherosclerosis as well as heavy metal poisoning. The FDA has approved chelation as the only treatment for lead poisoning. Improving circulation by the removal of accumulated build up (plaques) that damage the vascular system throughout the body is a primary benefit for patients with heart disease (atherosclerosis), diabetes and other circulatory diseases. During and following chelation therapy, the blood flow from arteries all the way to the smallest capillaries is improved throughout the body. Chelation has FDA approval for lead toxicity and removal.
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How Do Metals Produce Toxicity?
Heavy metals in general have no basic function in the body and can be highly toxic. High- concentration exposure is not necessary in order to produce a state of toxicity in the body. Most cases of heavy metal poisoning result from chronic low level exposure to these hazardous environmental toxins. In the last 50 years, human exposure to heavy metals has risen dramatically. This is the result of an exponential increase in the use of heavy metals in industrial processes and products. Today chronic exposure comes from toxic waste dump and burn sites, agriculture, chemical products, mercury amalgam dental fillings, lead-based paint, tap water, and chemical residues in processed foods. Personal care products, such as cosmetics, mouthwash, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, and other hair care goods, are also sources of contamination. In addition to the hazards at home and outdoors, many occupations are subjected to daily heavy metal exposure. More than 50 professions are exposed to mercury on a daily basis. These include physicians, pharmaceutical workers, dentists, dental workers, laboratory workers, hairdressers, painters, printers, welders, metalworkers, cosmetic workers, battery makers, engravers, photographers, visual artists and potters. See sources of Toxic Metals: Click Here
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Cellular Oxidative Damage
Studies confirm that toxic heavy metals can directly influence behavior by impairing mental and neurological function. They can also influence the production and utilization of neurotransmitters and can alter numerous metabolic body processes. Toxic metal elements can induce impairment and dysfunction in the blood cardiovascular system, detoxification pathways (colon liver kidneys skin), endocrine (hormonal), system energy production pathways, enzymatic pathways, gastrointestinal tract, immune system nervous system (both central and peripheral) reproductive system and urinary system pathways. Much of the damage produced by toxic metals stems from the production of oxidative free radicals. A free radical is an energetically unbalanced molecule that “steals” an electron from another molecule in order to restore its balance. Free radicals result naturally when cell molecules react with oxygen (oxidation). With a heavily toxic load or antioxidant deficiencies uncontrolled free-radical production occurs. Unchecked free radicals can cause tissue damage throughout the body. In fact free-radical damage underlies all degenerative diseases.
Risk For Chronic Low-Level Exposure to Heavy Metals From Environmental and Occupational Sources.
Heavy metal exposures in the 21st century are an established global health concern. Many recognize this growing problem of chronic low level exposure, however the prevailing criteria falls short of what is needed. Today it is imperative for anyone with high blood pressure, heart disease, prostate issues, cardiovascular disease, chronic fatigue, or cancer, to rid the body of heavy metals. Heavy metal toxins such as lead, mercury, aluminum, cadmium and arsenic, have been clinically proven to damage and cause dysfunction in the lining of the arteries. Numerous established studies have confirmed that an impaired endothelial function (within the lining of the arteries) is linked to all major coronary heart diseases. Heart Disease is the end result of injury that started at the extremely thin layer of endothelial cells that line the inside surface of the heart and blood vessel walls.
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