9 Ways To Chelate Chemicals & Heavy Metals

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In order to chelate (key-late) chemicals and heavy metals you will need to decide upon which chelation method is best suited to your needs. Professional medical supervision is strictly advised and I do not endorse the taking of heavy metal chelators without such supervision, or for the purposes of clearing arterial plaque. The word chelate comes from the Greek word “claw” and chelation therapy is the process where heavy metal ions (molecules) are encircled and bound to the chelating agent. The agent then mobilises the heavy metal ions, transporting them through the bodies usual … Continue reading

Which Chelating Agent Should I Use?

There are many different chelating agents (key-late-ing) available that can help to remove heavy metals.  If you have tested positive you’ll need to understand which ones are best suited to your needs and How to Chelate them in a safe and effective way. Some chelating agents are 100% organic and natural whilst others are synthetic and chemically derived.  Each of them have different considerations that need to be taken into account when choosing a chelation agent. The safety, speed and effectiveness with which chelating agents remove heavy metals from the body are the main … Continue reading

Heavy Metals Found in Wine – 50 X’s More Toxic Than Levels Found In Fish

Heavy Metals Found in Wine – U.K. University of Kingston, study shows. There is a wine industry secret that has gained scant public attention. I wrote about this problem in my book back in 2004. U.K. researchers at the University of Kingston researched the levels of heavy metals found in wine and discovered very high levels of toxic heavy metals. How high is high and what risks does drinking a glass of wine each night with your meal pose? Target hazard quotients (THQ) were designed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to determine safe levels … Continue reading

Yeast Infection Causes

Yeast Infection Causes or Why Heavy Metals are the Reason You Can’t Beat Your Persistent Candida Yeast Infection. There are plenty of sites on the web that will give you the typical yeast infection causes:  Antibiotics misuse, hormonal changes, immune system issues, stress and diet, etc. However if you’ve suffered with long term candida yeast problems that you’ve been unable to cure then it may be worth considering heavy metals toxicity. So what do heavy metals have to do with yeast infection causes?  To answer that please read an email I sent to someone … Continue reading