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EDTA – oral chelation fighting the battle within you

March 5th, 2020

EDTA oral chelation treats and prevents major health conditions such as cardiovascular disease and strokes, two of the world’s biggest killers. It can increase flexibility in blood vessels and help avoid the need for bypass surgery. Not only that, as part of an anti-aging regime, EDTA is a remarkable tool. It encourages the flow of oxygenated blood to tissues and organs helping rejuvenation. 

EDTA is a powerful antioxidant, a molecule known as a chelating agent and an amino acid. It supports normal endothelial function and prevents the production of free radicals that cause damage to blood cells and organs in the body. 

The battle within you…

Most free radicals are destructive, they are unstable and reactive molecules within the body. They search the body for missing electrons to complete their mission and in the process, they damage vital cell membranes. The body struggles to fight and get rid of free radicals that restrict blood flow hence it is one of the main causes of heart attacks, strokes and speeding up the aging process.

You can build a defence and fight back with EDTA oral chelation, a safe and protective treatment. It protects cell membranes, DNA and enzyme systems by reducing the destructive effects of free radicals. The amino acid is a claw-like substance that travels through the bloodstream, it grabs other molecules and sticks to them. It binds tightly around the molecules and pulls them from a membrane or blood tissue. After which, it delivers the unwanted molecules to the kidney which is excreted in your urine. 

Where do free radicals come from?

Most free radicals come from environmental sources such as:

  • Heavy metals
  • Household chemicals
  • Ultraviolet radiation
  • Tobacco smoke
  • Food additives
  • Fried food with re-used oil
  • Soil
  • Lead-based paint
  • Exhaust fumes
  • Industrial waste
  • Burning fossil fuels
  • Farm chemicals
  • Leakage from power plants
  • Some vaccines with preservatives

Free radicals are in the water we drink, the food we eat and the air that we breathe. We can’t get away from them but with EDTA you can reduce the negative effects of pollution and heavy metals in the body.

Some occupations have increased exposure to free radicals through different types of metals such as:

  • Physicians, dentists, pharmaceutical and lab workers
  • Painters,  print workers, metal workers and battery makers
  • Cosmetic workers, engravers and photographers 

Metal exposure can increase the risk of neurological problems, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, learning disabilities, blocked arteries, clots and fatigue disorders. Unfortunately, a lot of modern illnesses relate to a build-up of toxic substances in the environment and what we consume. For example, lead poisoning has been recorded as far back as 100BC and studies have revealed that a deceased person today has on average 1000 times more lead in their body compared to that of a person 400-500 years ago. 

In an attempt to reduce the risks of pollution, Congress passed the Clean Air Act in 1970 and phased out leaded gas around the 1980s. 30 years ago EDTA was developed in IV form but oral chelation is easier and less intrusive. 

EDTA Pro is a cleansing, potent chelating agent with proven positive outcomes. 

Take a stand against our stressful and polluted world with EDTA.



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