Chelation Therapy – Part One

In my daily practice, I always come across new things, some that I didn’t remember and others that were said to be very rare, in this case, poisoning by heavy metals, microplastics, complications such as Guillain-barré, autoimmune disorders such as lupus, eczema, psoriasis and other pathological entities where the origin is not very clear and the picture itself does not give us where we can solve it. 

This is where therapeutic options such as chelation can help clarify the condition, provide access routes for substantial therapeutic improvement, and save the patient time, physical wear, and needless suffering. 

Chelation therapy is a medical treatment used to remove heavy metals and other toxic substances from the body. It consists of administering chelating agents intravenously, which bind to heavy metals in the body and facilitate their elimination through urine or feces. 

Chelation therapy is mainly used in cases of poisoning by heavy metals such as lead, mercury, arsenic, or cadmium. Its use in the treatment of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and autism has also been investigated, although its efficacy in these cases is not yet fully established. 

The medical use of chelation dates back to World War II when EDTA was used as an anti-inflammatory agent to treat soldiers who had been exposed to lead in the manufacture of munitions. Then, in 1950, Dr. Norman Clark began researching the use of ATS to treat coronary artery disease, observing improvements in blood circulation and cardiovascular health in his patients. 

Chelation therapy is mainly indicated in the following cases: 

  1. Heavy metal poisoning: When a person has been exposed to heavy metals such as lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, or other toxic metals, chelation therapy can remove these metals from the body and prevent damage to health.
  2. Cardiovascular disease: Some doctors use chelation therapy as an adjunct treatment for cardiovascular disease, with the idea that removing heavy metals from the body can improve cardiovascular health and reduce the risk of complications. 
  3. Neurodegenerative diseases: Although its efficacy is not fully established, chelation therapy has been investigated as a possible treatment for neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s, and autism due to the potential relationship between the accumulation of heavy metals in the brain and the development of these diseases. 

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  • Dr. Irving Ramírez

    Dr. Irving Ramirez-Alvia, Naturopath, was born in Tepic, Nayarit, in 1992. After obtaining a degree in health and nutrition, Dr. Irving finished medical school and moved to Vallarta. His newly-opened office is at Lord Twigg’s Hotel and Boutique, Francisco Villa #424, Colonia Lazaro Cardenas; his online store features all-natural, homeopathic products and remedies. For an appointment with Dr. Irving in Puerto Vallarta or at FEDA Nutricion and Fitness, Calle Jacarandas 86, in Bucerias, or if you are interested in purchasing Dr. Irving’s CBD oil (5000mg or 10,000mg) without THC, please contact Loren Hayes on WhatsApp at 322-167-7570.

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