Enhanced oral chelation is a way to cleanse the body of toxins. This type of cleanse includes liquid drops and gel capsules, which are taken together for a certain period of time. This therapy is primarily used to remove pollutants from the arteries, veins, and blood stream. Fatty deposits and calcium can also form on the walls of the arteries, which can slow down the blood flow and oxygen needed for healthy organs. Enhanced oral chelation helps to stop accumulations in the arteries and remove heavy metals from the body.
There are many harmful metals that people can ingest, including mercury, lead, and arsenic. They can be found in drinking water, air pollution, and even in older dental filings. An overabundance of these metals can have a negative effect on blood flow and result in problems with the cardiovascular system as well as the central nervous system. It is thought that enhanced oral chelation can help to remove these metals from the body and increase the blood flow. A hair sample can be taken to determine how much metal is present in the body.
Another way in which dangerous substances can enter the body is through diet. Foods can contain chemical fertilizers and preservatives as well as large amounts of fat. Calcium and fatty deposits can develop within the arteries when a person is as young as ten, typically due to a bad diet. By the time natural aging occurs, the arteries can be considerably blocked, which can cause a host of symptoms such as high cholesterol levels or a lack of energy. Enhanced oral chelation can help to clear the arteries and address certain medical conditions and diseases.
Insufficient blood flow through the veins can harm the organs and they can start to deteriorate. Arteries and veins are not only responsible for transporting blood but they also carry oxygen to the organs. Without enough oxygen, the liver and kidneys can suffer diminished function and problems with the heart or cardiovascular disease can develop. Both of these conditions can be helped by enhanced oral chelation therapy but they are typically viewed as serious conditions and should be diagnosed and dealt with by a health care professional.