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Stay Healthy and Find Out Your Heavy Metal Toxic Load

December 30, 2009

In the Journal of the American Medical Association in 2003;289: 1523-1532 the results and conclusions of a study entitled Blood Lead, Blood Pressure, and Hypertension in Perimenopausal and Postmenopausal Women concludes;   “At levels well below the current US occupational exposure limit guidelines (40hg/dL), (note,the h should be upside down) blood lead level is positively associated with both systolic and diastolic blood pressure and risks of both systolic and diastolic hypertension among women aged 40-59 years.  The relationship between blood lead level and systolic and diastolic hypertension is most pronounced in postmenopausal women.  These results provide support for continued efforts to reduce lead levels in the general population, especially women.”

So there you have it, in the general medical journals you will find articles like this.  But ask yourself this:  When you are having your blood pressure checked and it is elevated has anyone ever asked you if you have had testing to determine your body load of toxic metals including lead?   Interesting isn’t it.  This finding is not new nor is it infrequent, lead causes problems and can eventually cause heart disease and problems of aging.  A bit of no brainer.  What do you suppose happens to your health when you are exposed to chemicals and toxic metals?   You get symptoms and you get sick when the levels accumulate over time.

This problem is easy to handle with a preventive program including intravenous chelation therapy.  You can lower the levels of many metals over time with a properly prescribed program including nutrients and a chelation intravenous program.  You can use chelation preventively each month to rid your body of accumulated metals.  Why intravenous treatments?  Because oral chelation is not powerful enough to make a difference and since EDTA the chelating agent is attracted to metal including lead what happens when the water you take the chelating agent with has metal in it or lead?  EDTA attaches to the metal and could be inadvertently absorbed through the intestines and go into the body!  Some of the lead you ingest goes straight through without being absorbed but the chelating agent could carry it into the body!

The reason you do not hear of this widely in medical information is because of  the jealous business of medicine, big pharma, and this; if you handle the CAUSES of high blood pressure and heart disease you will NOT NEED expensive surgery and interventions in the future, you will not need drugs.  If we are healthy we do not buy what is being SOLD to us.

Take some time and do some research and you will find a great therapy in chelation, used for years safely in doctors offices across the world with thousands of great results.  Check out icimed.com and medical-library.net or check the links on our website where you will find a link to Doctors Data, a lab that tests for heavy metals.

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