The heart helper being hidden by the mainstream
There's a life-saving treatment now proven to prevent heart attack, stroke, and even death -- and they don't want you to know about it.
Chelation can slash the risk of serious heart problems by 18 percent on average and by nearly 40 percent in diabetics, and, no, these numbers don't come from alt-med "radicals."
They come from a major new study involving 1,708 patients, seven years, and $30 million in funding from the U.S. government. But instead of celebrating the study, the mainstream is struggling to explain why it should be ignored.
Here's the best they can come up with: Chelation doesn't work -- can't work -- because we already know it doesn't work, and therefore not only must this study be false, but chelation shouldn't even be studied anymore.
How's that for the pursuit of knowledge?
Fact is, chelation DOES work -- and we have more than half a century of research showing it does wonders for everything from memory loss to cancer. It works by sending a chelating agent into the body intravenously, where it binds to toxins and draws them out.
Chelation appears to be especially effective at breaking up and removing the calcium deposits that build up in the arteries, which is why it may help prevent heart problems -- as the new study clearly shows.
There's no way to disprove those results, so the mainstream media has resorted to hinting darkly at "ethical problems" that supposedly invalidate the study itself. They don't explain that the only supposed "ethical problem" is that some patients weren't warned that the treatment might kill them.
This is nonsense, by the way. There are a few patients who may not be able to handle chelation, in particular those who suffer from kidney problems and some of the more serious heart problems. A good doctor will check all that out in advance.
The only real risks after that are to your wallet and calendar. Since it's an "alternative" treatment, chelation is rarely covered by insurance. And since it's not a one-time-only treatment, you will require up to 30 sessions -- each one lasting up to three hours. (Don't fall for the "fast" chelation therapies being promoted in some quarters -- do it right, or don't bother.)
Get started by contacting a naturopathic physician experienced in chelation. I suggest a member of the American College for Advancement in Medicine.