Mercury and Lead Poisoning Treatment Reduced from 3 Hours to 30 Minutes

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Chelation therapy, which is used to treat patients for lead poisoning, mercury poisoning, and other toxic metal overloads, previously required a time-intensive three-hour infusion treatment. LifeWorks Wellness Center has implemented a new method using Calcium EDTA that reduces this three-hour time to just 30 minutes, providing a life-changing convenience for people who work or have busy schedules and need chelation.

Chelation therapy, which is used to treat patients for lead poisoning, mercury poisoning, and other toxic metal overloads, previously required a time-intensive three-hour infusion treatment. LifeWorks Wellness Center has implemented a new method using Calcium EDTA that reduces this three-hour time to just 30 minutes, providing a life-changing convenience for people who work or have busy schedules and need chelation.

Chelation therapy has been widely recognized for more than 30 years as an efficient treatment for people with lead poisoning, mercury poisoning, and other metal toxicities. But the lengthy three-hour infusion would require patients to set aside entire mornings or afternoons to receive treatments.

The introduction of Calcium EDTA chelation, replacing sodium EDTA, has ended this problem. Now metal toxic patients can easily fit chelation therapy into their lunch breaks, or before or after work to remove mercury and lead poisoning. Thousands who previously had no time for chelation therapy can now receive it.

Toxic metals contribute to an oxidation process that is believed to trigger a number of diseases. The evidence has some doctors concerned that the metals contribute to heart disease, autism, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s. The Calcium EDTA used in chelation therapy locks onto these toxic metals -- the lead, mercury, zinc, aluminum, and cadmium, which have been poisoning our bodies -- and eliminates them from the body.

Lead and mercury are the most common metal toxins. The CDC estimates 300,000 children have unsafe levels of lead in their blood. Other organizations report that children with excess lead are seven times more likely to drop out of school, and in their teen years to develop more violent, aggressive behavior. For adults, excess lead may cause irritability, high blood pressure, impotence, and headaches, or may even lead to more severe illnesses (Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning).

Mercury, a poisonous neurotoxin, may also contribute to illness. Commonly found in the amalgam or “silver” fillings in your teeth, mercury can release vapors while you chew food or brush your teeth. While controversial, some believe that the mercury-based Thimerosal, a preservative used in vaccines, has some correlation with the 700% increase in autism over the last decade. Certain species of fish contain so much mercury that the FDA has set limits on the amount people should eat (Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients).

LifeWorks Wellness Center is offering a free health consultation to people who believe they may have lead poisoning, mercury poisoning, or other metal toxic overloads. To schedule your free health consultation, call toll free (877)-543-3975 or local (727) 466-6789 or visit http://www.lifeworkswellnesscenter.com to learn more.

LifeWorks Wellness Center helps patients heal the nutritional deficiencies, environmental toxicities, and food/substance allergies that underlie illness. Using state-of-the-art complementary and alternative therapies like Chelation Therapy, Acupuncture, Allergy Elimination Therapy, Meridian Health Analysis, Colon Hydrotherapy, and IPT to treat the true causes of illness, LifeWorks Wellness Center can help restore your optimum health. LifeWorks also offers PAPIMI and other cutting edge treatments for pain and/or function problems.

CONTACT:

Jeannine Dowdell                            

Phone: 727-466-6789

Toll Free: 877-543-3975

E-mail: jeannine@lifeworkswellnesscenter.com

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