EDTA is a molecule called a chelating agent. A chelating agent is a claw-like substance that can grab and stick to other molecules. Some types of EDTA stick to calcium.What is the controversy surrounding EDTA chelation therapy?
The controversy surrounding EDTA chelation therapy mainly comes from claims that it can be used to treat atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries, a precursor of heart disease.Does EDTA work for chelation therapy?
Chelation therapy with EDTA also improves diabetes and osteoarthritis , and it helps people with memory loss and cataracts because of the way it clears heavy metal toxins from the bloodstream. Although EDTA is the cornerstone of chelation therapy, adding high doses of vitamin C makes a significant contribution to its heart healthy benefits.How to take EDTA orally?
Oral Chelation Therapy Recommendations: Take EDTA at least 2 hours apart from any meals or supplements. This is because it chelates indiscriminately, meaning if there are other minerals in the system it will bind to those before reaching the desired area. 2-3 capsules a day for 10 days = 1 intravenous session (approx).