What Makes Me Susceptible To Heart Disease?

Heart Disease is a staggering health problem that approximately 70 million people currently endure.
Heart disease is also the nations leading killer, it accounts for over 900,000 heart attacks and strokes each year. Do I have your attention now?

What Is Heart Disease?

Heart disease is any problem that impairs the structure or function of the heart, such as hypertensive diseases, congenital heart disease, rheumatic heart disease, and atherosclerotic and other conditions.

Heart disease is also one of a variety of diseases of the circulatory system. For the most part heart disease is primarily a disease of lifestyle. What kind of lifestyle do you maintain in regards to health?

Coronary artery disease is the most common type of heart disease; atherosclerosis is a process whereby the arteries that carry the blood become greatly narrowed from fatty plaque deposits.
This plaque build up can cause blood clots to form that block the arteries, can also narrow the arteries, so that less blood can flow the heart, or can completely block the arteries and the flow of blood to the heart, causing a heart attack and possible death.

There are some proven methods to breaking up this plaque and one of them is called chelation.

What Is Oral Chelation?

Chelating agents are substances, which can chemically bond with or chelate metals, minerals or chemical toxins from the body.

The chelating agent actually encircles a mineral or metal ion and carries it from the body via the urine and feces. EDTA is the primary compound of oral chelation and it can bind or chelate calcium as well as other minerals in the body. It will remove calcium particles deposited in arterial wall plaques and atheromas.

Moreover, EDTA can block the slow calcium currents in the arterial wall, resulting in arterial vasodilatation. Oral chelation fits into the heart disease problem because hardening of the arteries leads to atherosclerosis.

The degenerative disease Atherosclerosis can greatly narrow or even block arteries in the brain, heart and other parts of the body. Heart disease is the number one killer in the United States, but through a healthy lifestyle, which includes oral chelation, the chances of succumbing to this killer is greatly reduced!


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