Chelation (pronounced key-LAY-shun) is a means of removing heavy metals and other toxins from the blood. Chelators bind to toxins and help the body eliminate them. Once the body is cleansed, it is better able to utilize nutrients.
Proponents of chelation therapy claim that it is useful for circulatory disorders because it removes harmful calcium that holds arterial plaque together. Cardio Chelate is a combination of nutrients formulated to support cardiovascular health and promote healthy blood flow. Ethylene-Diamine-Tetra-Acetic Acid (EDTA) is a chelating agent with antioxidant properties that has been FDA approved in the food supply for 50 years. It can bind to free-flowing metal ions in the bloodstream forming a chemical bond that facilitates the removal of these unhealthy complexes.
EDTA binds metal ions from the arteries and veins with its effective chelating properties. While EDTA can remove toxic metals and abnormally metabolized minerals from the body, additional support comes from sulfur-donating methyl-sulfonyl-methane (MSM) and N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) plus antioxidant Vitamin C. These nutrients are vital for supporting the liver and other tissues during detoxification and supply the additional antioxidants required during chelation. MSM and NAC are precursors to glutathione, a powerful free radical scavenger involved in the liver’s detoxifying enzyme system. Vitamin C is a proven antioxidant and has been shown to support cardiovascular health.
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