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What to expect from your chelation treatment at The Whole Health Center Houston: We give chelation via an I.V. drip in your arm. The drip usually lasts from 1 to 2 hours, and is usually painless. You will be reclining in a … Continue reading
“Eat to live” diet by Dr. Furhman. Combination of Zinc, Saw Palmetto and Lyicopene. Antibiotics for 3 weeks (Minocycline or Bactrim). Repeat PSA. Increased sexual activities.
A salt-free diet is essential for lowering blood pressure. Eliminate all salt from your diet. Read all labels carefully and avoid those food products that have “soda, sodium, or the symbol Na.” Some foods and food additives that should be … Continue reading
Hypertension has many causes. It is known in medicine that under the classification of “essential hypertension” there are different types of conditions. Some cases of hypertension are erratic, while other cases are chronic. Some individuals respond favorably to a reduction … Continue reading
Number of reported legal abortions for selected years between 1972 and 1992 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Abortion Surveillance Report, May 3, 1996: 1972 — 586,760 1973 — 615,831 1976 — 988,267 1980 — 1,297,606 … Continue reading
What are “friendly bacteria?” Friendly bacteria live in our intestines, especially our colons, and do much to keep us healthy. They have antibiotic, antiviral, anti fungal, and anticancer affects, are involved in vitamin and nutrient synthesis, and aid in digestion. … Continue reading
If you were to undergo chelation (key-LAY-shun) therapy you would recline comfortably in a lounge chair for three-and-a half hours or more while an intravenous solution slowly trickled into your bloodstream. In the meantime, you could nap, talk, read, or watch television. Any discomfort or pain would be unlikely.
The intravenous solution would include a chelating agent — usually a synthetic amino acid called ethyl-enediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) — along with various vitamins and minerals. The EDTA would seek out toxic metals within your body, such as lead, calcium, aluminum, and mercury. It would also find certain minerals such as calcium, the “glue” in artery plaque. EDTA would then wrap itself around these substances and pull them out of your body via your kidneys. Continue reading