Chelation Therapy in Utah

Improving Heart & Circulatory Issues For Good

“It’s About Getting Your Life Back”

Chelation Therapy in Utah

Improving Heart & Circulatory Issues
For Good

"It's About Getting Your Life Back"

Di-Sodium EDTA Intravenous Chelation

Chelation therapy has been used in research and medicine since the early 1950s, primarily for the removal of heavy metals such as lead, and exposure to radioactive materials such as plutonium.

In 1961, cardiologists Kitchell and Meltzer reported on the use of Di-Sodium EDTA for the treatment of cardiovascular disease.

There exist hundreds if not thousands of physicians in the United States who have been trained in the safe and effective use of chelating agents.

Three of these educational institutions, to name a few, are The International Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology, The American College of Advancement in Medicine and IV Nutritional Therapy for Physicians.

 

Why Do We Need Chelation?

First of all we are living in a very polluted world, exposed to toxins and chemicals in the food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe.

Any chemical which is foreign to the human body will cause some degree of distress.

During health the body is fairly capable of eliminating these toxins yet with age, this capacity of detoxification becomes compromised and these chemicals remain in the body, either compartmentalized inside our cells and tissues or stuck in lipid cell membranes.

Many of these chemicals and their metabolic byproducts cause inflammation because they are reactive oxygen species or free radicals.

Since many of us are lacking in antioxidant nutrients due to poor food choices, these free radicals will eventually cause injury to our tissues which includes the cells lining our blood vessels.

There are other causes of arterial inflammation and the development of plaque, leading to atherosclerosis, but these will not be covered now.

 

Our Circulation & Plaque

Blood vessels leaving from the heart are the arterial side of our circulation.

Blood vessels returning to the heart are the venous side.

Arteries (large and small) are quite different from our veins.

Arteries are surrounded by muscles which contract and relax in order to push blood toward our cells and tissues, primarily to deliver oxygen.

Small arteries also surround the muscles of our heart.

When atherosclerosis (plaque) is present in the wall of our arteries, this narrowing reduces the delivery of oxygen, which produces a variety of symptoms including pain, fatigue, lack of sensation and confusion.

This plaque also reduces the elasticity or flexibility of blood vessels, called hardening of arteries, resulting in increased blood pressure.

Di-Sodium EDTA Chelation, when delivered intravenously, has several actions.

The first is to grab onto and remove excess calcium, the primary component of plaque.

The second is to remove heavy metals which are commonly found in plaque and embedded in the cells lining the walls of our arteries and veins.

IV EDTA is a very simple, painless and effective therapy to improve circulation.

Di-Sodium EDTA Intravenous Chelation

Chelation therapy has been used in research and medicine since the early 1950s, primarily for the removal of heavy metals such as lead, and exposure to radioactive materials such as plutonium.

In 1961, cardiologists Kitchell and Meltzer reported on the use of Di-Sodium EDTA for the treatment of cardiovascular disease.

There exist hundreds if not thousands of physicians in the United States who have been trained in the safe and effective use of chelating agents.

Three of these educational institutions, to name a few, are The International Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology, The American College of Advancement in Medicine and IV Nutritional Therapy for Physicians.

Why Do We Need Chelation?

First of all we are living in a very polluted world, exposed to toxins and chemicals in the food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe.

Any chemical which is foreign to the human body will cause some degree of distress.

During health the body is fairly capable of eliminating these toxins yet with age, this capacity of detoxification becomes compromised and these chemicals remain in the body, either compartmentalized inside our cells and tissues or stuck in lipid cell membranes.

Many of these chemicals and their metabolic byproducts cause inflammation because they are reactive oxygen species or free radicals.

Since many of us are lacking in antioxidant nutrients due to poor food choices, these free radicals will eventually cause injury to our tissues which includes the cells lining our blood vessels.

There are other causes of arterial inflammation and the development of plaque, leading to atherosclerosis, but these will not be covered now.

Our Circulation & Plaque

Blood vessels leaving from the heart are the arterial side of our circulation.

Blood vessels returning to the heart are the venous side.

Arteries (large and small) are quite different from our veins.

Arteries are surrounded by muscles which contract and relax in order to push blood toward our cells and tissues, primarily to deliver oxygen.

Small arteries also surround the muscles of our heart.

When atherosclerosis (plaque) is present in the wall of our arteries, this narrowing reduces the delivery of oxygen, which produces a variety of symptoms including pain, fatigue, lack of sensation and confusion.

This plaque also reduces the elasticity or flexibility of blood vessels, called hardening of arteries, resulting in increased blood pressure.

Di-Sodium EDTA Chelation, when delivered intravenously, has several actions.

The first is to grab onto and remove excess calcium, the primary component of plaque.

The second is to remove heavy metals which are commonly found in plaque and embedded in the cells lining the walls of our arteries and veins.

IV EDTA is a very simple, painless and effective therapy to improve circulation.

OUR MANDATE:

To provide the highest quality, holistic care for each client, with compassion and sincerity.

CLEAR HEALTH CENTERS

3350 Highland Drive

Salt Lake City, UT 84106

(801) 875-9292

AdvancingCare@gmail.com

OUR MANDATE:

To provide the highest quality, holistic care for each client, with compassion and sincerity.

CLEAR HEALTH CENTERS

3350 Highland Drive

Salt Lake City, UT 84106

(801) 875-9292

AdvancingCare@gmail.com