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Subclinical chronic metal poisoning syndrome

During ten yearsof practicing chelationtherapy,I noticedthat peoplein the second halfof their lives, not only patientsbut alsothosewho consider themselveshealthy,have intheir bodiesan excess of oneor moretoxic metals; I called this conditionSUBCLINICAL CHRONIC METAL POISONING SYNDROME. My conclusions are the result of an ultimate urianalysis we ordered,conducted with the use of ICP-MS (Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry) and carried out byBiologicalMonitoringLaboratoryat Biosafety Unit of Institute of Occupational Medicine.
What is interesting, with the increase of metal levels in the urine taken three hours after intravenous infusion of edetate disodium in comparison to pre-chelation urine, the level of calcium and magnesium after chelation falls by half instead of increasing, and thisis maintained for several to about dozen treatments. It can be explained in the following way: probably after lead and cadmium chelation, calcium and magnesium return to their previous locations, namely calcium to bones and magnesium to numerous enzymes, in which they were previously replaced by more powerful metals.
One needs to consider whether supplementing with microelements necessary for proper functioning of the body has any point without previous chelation of toxic macroelements or the excess of certain microelements.
In my research on the positive role of chelation with edetate disodium I discovered that edetate disodium is an inhibitor of health hazardous MMP-9 metalloproteinase. In ordered tests of patients’ serum taken prior to chelation and 24 hours after chelation and tested by research immunological laboratory in Bydgoszcz with the use Elis method the level of MMP-9 metalloproteinase dropped by half in blood serum.

Data publikacji: 17/01/2013
Kategoria: Medycyna

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