Oral Chelation With Mega-Chel
By Steven Horne, RH (AHG) & Kimberly Balas, ND
Hardening of the arteries is a precursor to cardiovascular
disease, the leading cause of death in the United States.
Doctors who practice intravenous chelation are hard to come by, but there is an even less expensive and easy-to-obtain alternative—oral chelation.
Oral chelation uses natural, nutritional products in the home without having to step into a doctor’s office. Oral chelation is gentler and slower acting than intravenous chelation, creating less dramatic results at the outset, but over the long run can be just as effective. So, unless there is a life threatening need (which should be handled by clinical health care providers, anyway), oral chelation is a wonderful option for those who wish to improve their cardiovascular health.
Properly administered, oral chelation is noninvasive, quite effective, relatively inexpensive and very safe.
If you decide to use the program below, please call us as we might have to adjust quantities for you based on your age and weight.
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You will need to stay on this full dose for a minimum of one month for each ten years of your age. Thus, if you are 40 you need to stay on the full dose for at least four months, six months if you are 60, etc. If you have serious problems, you should consider staying on the program for one and a half months for every ten years of your life. That is, six months if you are 40 and nine months if you are 60 and so forth.
It is important to taper off in a similar manner to building up. On the full program you are taking very large doses
of certain vitamins and minerals, and the body gets lazy about
extracting them from food. Hence, if you quit all at once
your body may experience a sudden drop in nutrient levels
until it readjusts to absorbing these vitamins and minerals
MegaChel can be taken in place of a Vitamin/Mineral supplement for elderly people concerned about cardiac health. Take 1-2 Tablets twice daily as a maintenance dose.
Atherosclerosis—hardening of the arteries—is caused by the arterial walls hardening and thickening from deposits of plaque. This causes a narrowing of the arteries and leads to high blood pressure and the risk of stroke and heart attacks. The plaque is composed of oxidized cholesterol (cholesterol that has combined with unstable oxygen molecules) and mineral depositions.
Over 60 million Americans suffer from some form of heart disease, resulting in over $56 billion a year in medical costs for treatment of these conditions. Heart attacks, alone, are responsible for over 550,000 deaths in the United States every year! Heart bypass surgeries, angioplasties (surgical altering of blood vessels) and cholesterol-lowering drugs are typical medical approaches to this problem.
There is a natural approach that offers a way to deal with atherosclerosis. It can help to prevent heart disease and improve overall health safely, effectively, and at an incredibly reduced cost. This approach is chelation. Pronounced key-LAY-shun, this odd word originally comes from Greek roots. “Chele” means “to claw” or “to bind or grab.” When we talk about chelation therapy, we are talking about ”clawing,” “grabbing” or otherwise binding toxins, heavy metals, metabolic wastes and unhealthy buildup in the circulatory system. This allows these to be taken off the artery walls and out of the tissues so they can be flushed from the body.
Intravenous chelation therapy with EDTA (a synthetic amino acid that binds up or “chelates” heavy metals), has been shown to be safe and effective in reversing atherosclerosis, preventing heart attacks and strokes and improving circulation and overall health, and can be used as an alternative to bypass surgery and angioplasty. It takes a series of visits to a medical doctor (MD), or licensed naturopathic medical doctor (NMD), who practices chelation therapy to accomplish these results.
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