Edta Supplements

Chelation: Cardiology Terminology

…typically involves the intravenous (“IV”) administration of a man-made amino acid called EDTA (ethylene diamine tetra-acetic acid), an agent valued for its “clawing-out” or drawing-out properties. EDTA was first employed in an IV solution to treat lead poisoning back in 1948, given to US Navy…

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Get the Lead Out with Oral Chelation

…). But EDTA has a downside, albeit minimal. In the oral chelation process of drawing out all heavy metals (iron, mercury, copper, aluminum, lead and cadmium), EDTA also pulls out much-needed zinc, magnesium and calcium. That’s why I recommend that anyone taking an oral chelator supplement it with…

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