CHELATION AND CLATHRATION

Written by Ray Smith


Chelating isrepparttar process of removing toxic materials, metals and minerals fromrepparttar 150214 body by use of certain chelating agents. These are substances that bond withrepparttar 150215 toxic materials resulting in capsulation of those toxic materials withinrepparttar 150216 chelating agent that then flashes away throughrepparttar 150217 natural excretory process of cleaningrepparttar 150218 body waste.

Arterial Plaque is one ofrepparttar 150219 most commonly identified toxin. This needs to be removed in order to avoidrepparttar 150220 arteries from being plagued and this also ensures a great cardio-vascular health.

There are varieties of chelating agents being used today, some most common ones being Ethylene Diamine Tetra Acetic acid (EDTA), Dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA), Dimercaptopropane Sulfonate (DMPS) that are mostly applied intravenously.

The chelate attaches itself withrepparttar 150221 toxins by means of reversible ionic bond. With that bond intactrepparttar 150222 toxin is pulled out and passed throughrepparttar 150223 digestive and excretory system to out ofrepparttar 150224 body. However, in this processrepparttar 150225 toxin is not neutralized and there is every possibility that in itís way outrepparttar 150226 toxin will attach other cells. This process of chelation is also not always full proof when it comes to removing heavy metals fromrepparttar 150227 cells.

Who are the so called disabled?

Written by Robin


Who arerepparttar so-called "handicapped" or "disabled" According to stereotypical perceptions they are; People who suffer from tragedy of birth defects. Paraplegic heroes who struggle to become normal again. Victims who fight to overcome their challenges. Categorically, they are called retarded, autistic, blind, deaf, learning disabled, etc., etc., etc.

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