Cardiovascular disease which includes hypertension, coronary heart disease, myocardial infarction, angina pectoris, heart failure, and stroke are commonly seen in our clinic. Nationally, these diseases affect approximately 1 in 3 and are the cause of death in 1 out of every 2.8 deaths. I have found intravenous chelation therapy to be very effective in treating cardiovascular disease. Research suggests that intravenous EDTA (ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid) removes calcium from coronary arteries, reduces oxidized LDL, reduces platelet adhesiveness, and increases the effectiveness of free radical scavengers.
One such study found that EDTA chelation therapy resulted in “marked” improvement in 76.89% and “good” improvement in 116.56% of patients with ischemic heart disease. In relationship to peripheral vascular disease and intermittent claudication, there was “marked” improvement in 91% and “good” improvement in 7.6% of patients.
Just last week I was talking with one chelation patient who 5 years ago had several stents placed because of angina. He mentioned that for the last 7 years he has had an oxygenation level of 94%. Following a series of chelation, his oxygenation returned to a normal 98%. With this improved oxygenation to his tissues, he found he had more energy.
Terry Pfau DO, HMD | Las Vegas Specialist in Natural Health